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LUMBERTON, NC —
A dog rescued from a flooded North Carolina home after Hurricane Florence had climbed onto kitchen counters to escape the rising floodwaters.
PETA volunteers rescued the dog, Max, from the kitchen of a Lumberton home after the storm had moved through. In a tweet, PETA said firefighters in the area contacted the organization after noticing the dog from the outside.
This dog climbed on top of the kitchen counter to escape the ever-rising waters after being left inside his flooded home. Firefighters & PETA’s rescue team waded through waist-deep water to save Max ‼️ #HurricaneFlorence
(See thread to see his happy face after being saved.) pic.twitter.com/F7OZYTUgTF
— peta2 (@peta2) September 18, 2018
The team also rescued two other dogs and a cat that was trapped on the porch of a flooded home.