Dogs & Cats Rescued in Hurricane Florence Are Now Housed In Foley, AL

A pet lover escaped South Carolina with 64 dogs and cats on a school bus...and brought them to Foley

"Tony Alsup, a trucker from Greenback, Tennessee, drove into South Carolina last week to fill a school bus with dogs and cats from animal shelters in the path of Hurricane Florence, which was bearing down on the Carolina coast. Florence was downgraded to a tropical storm after it made landfall Friday, but strong winds, torrential rain and flood waters have devastated communities and killed at least 11 people.

On Monday, when the hurricane was still a few days from shore, Alsup drove his school bus to shelters in four South Carolina towns – North Myrtle Beach, Dillon, Georgetown and Orangeburg – loading up 53 dogs and 11 cats and busing them to an awaiting shelter in Foley, Alabama". (Greenville Online)

The shelter he brought them to is called Angie's Doghouse in Foley and they really could use your help. Donations, items, volunteers. 

Dan and I spoke with Angie today on our show, recently, hear what she had to say below: 

(P.s. Hear Dan & Shelby 3p-7p, M-F on 94.9fm or on iHeartRadio App). 

Scroll down to see the posts and the story!

And here's more: Angie's Dog House @ 19121 Carver Lane, Foley, Alabama 36535. Various Hours. 

Call (251) 609-1673.

Dan and Shelby with Angie from Angie's Dog House

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