Some folks speak about wanting to assist and a few folks spring into motion.  Take this truck driver from Greenbeck, Tennessee, for instance.

When Tony Alsup discovered that there was not sufficient room left within the animal shelters to guard the needy animals from Hurricane Florence, he knew he wished to assist.  So he took off in his yellow college bus, which had the seats eliminated, and headed for South Carolina.

The phrases “Emergency Animal Shelter” plastered on the aspect advised the world that assist was coming for the “leftover” animals.

As first reported by Greenville Information, he traveled many miles and picked up 53 canine and 11 cats alongside the way in which.

“It’s really easy for folks to undertake the small pets and the cuties and the cuddly,” Alsup stated, standing subsequent to an old style bus that reeked of moist canine.

“We tackle those that deserve an opportunity despite the fact that they’re large and a little bit ugly. However I really like large canine, and we discover locations for them.”

All in all, Alsup saved 64 animals from the storm, which ended up taking 11 human lives.  He bused them to shelters situated in Foley, Alabama.  From there the animals have been then shared with different shelters and put up for adoption.

This isn’t the primary time the type hearted Alsup labored arduous to save lots of animals throughout storms.  He additionally hauled pets from hurricane zones in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico.