Lumberton, N.C. (STORYFUL) - While assisting communities affected by Hurricane Florence in North Carolina, members of PETA came to the rescue of a dog who became stranded on the porch on a Lumberton home.
Footage shows the dog pacing up and down the porch “with no way to escape the rising Hurricane Florence flood waters," the nonprofit tweeted.
RESCUED! PETA's rescue team spotted this terrified and abandoned dog in Lumberton, North Carolina on the porch of a flooded home with no way to escape the rising #HurricaneFlorence flood waters and were able to bring him to safety ❤️ pic.twitter.com/3wN9wEqoL2— PETA 🐾 (@peta) September 17, 2018
PETA said the team took the dog onto its boat and transported him to a safe staging center at a local police station. From there, the pup was reportedly taken to a local shelter.
Those interested in donating to PETA's Animal Emergency Fund, which helps support animals endangered by events like Hurricane Florence, see here.