Tony's animal evacuation and rescue saves the day in South Carolina

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    20_yrs_2_go So we got that going for us, Wich is nice

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    Trucker rescues 64 dogs and cats from Hurricane Florence flooding — with his yellow school bus

    Animal lover Tony Alsup, 51, drove to South Carolina last Monday to save “the leftovers” from crowded animal shelters, according to the Greenvale News.

    In an effort to help the animals, Alsup drove to four shelters in South Carolina. “We take on the ones that deserve a chance even though they are big and a little ugly. But I love big dogs, and we find places for them,” said Alsup, referring to the animals that aren’t easily adopted.

    The towns he visited were North Myrtle Beach, Dillon, Georgetown and Orangeburg.

    “It’s all true — Tony swooped in at 4am Wednesday morning to pick up our “leftovers” — the dogs with blocky heads, the ones with heartworm. The ones no one else will ever take. And he got them to safety. Not the most conventional evacuation, but surely the one with the most heart,” Saint Frances Animal Center, the only open-admission animal shelter in S.C., wrote in a Facebook post.

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