Pets weather the storm as Hurricane Harvey flooding strands thousands of residents

A German shepherd mix named Otis walks through rainy streets, and shelters like Austin Pets Alive help take in stray animals.
0:44 | 08/28/17

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One image that's become a bit of a symbol of Texas strength. This German shepherd next guy's name is Otis shown here walking through the rainy streets carrying an entire bag of dog food with them. Just in case turns out though Otis got loose from the screened in porch during the storms thankfully we're happy to report he has since been returned to his owner everyone's safe and sound. To all the shelters though that are helping take in stray animals who are which relief flooding. The shelters are scared hungry alone thank you among them Austin pets alive they're transported over 235. Animals already. In the direct line of hurricane Harvey to their shelter yeah. Other investors are we doing a lot of yacht rescues. Humans animals stay put because they want to stay with their animal yes absolutely.

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