This Mexican man rescued 300 animals from hurricane and sheltered them in his house.

A resident of the Mexican city of Cancun, Ricardo Pimental, saved three hundred animals of various species from the act of God, sheltering them for in his own house during the hurricane. It is interesting that the animals were so grateful to their savior that they did not spoil anything and did not even misbehave in the house.

The man was engaged in saving animals from an early age. Nine years ago, he had even founded a shelter in his hometown. He accepted not only cats and dogs, but also cows and sheep, iguanas and turtles and many other kinds of animals.

Hurricane Delta hit Mexico recently. Ricardo was very frightened for the fate of his pets, since many of them lived in the open air, and the shelter walls could not withstand the flow of the hurricane, therefore, to make sure that the pets would not suffer, he let them in to spend the night in his house.

Thus, under the same roof with him were three hundred animals. Ricardo says that his wards behaved very well. He mentioned that all animals were sterilized, received proper vaccinations and dewormed. Almost all animals are ideally prepared to meet caring, loving owners.

Now the man has directed all his efforts to building new, stronger walls in the shelter, so that the animals would be safe in case other hurricanes happened. Netizens tirelessly admired this act and thanked him for his generosity.


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