The Good Samaritan takes his boat and saves

While many might be indifferent, some people are willing to go above and beyond to find animals. They don’t hesitate for a second to put their own lives on the line to save helpless wild creatures.

The quick thinking and courage of these two brothers have made them heroes to the local community, but more than that, they have saved the lives of dozens of hopeless animals.

The Good Samaritan takes his boat and saves all the stranded animals from a flash flood.

The Good Samaritan takes his boat and saves all the stranded animals from a flash flood
It has been several years, in the suite of a terrible storm, several states, with Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi, were caught in a devastating flash flood.

The bad weather and the more than 23 inches of rain forced countless people from their homes, but they also put many wild animals in danger.

While everyone was fleeing nature’s wrath and the poor animals were absolutely helpless in the face of the massive flooding, two kind brothers decided to take action.

The Good Samaritan takes his boat and saves all the stranded animals from a flash flood.

Frankie Williams, 26, and his brother jumped in their boat to try to save as many animals as possible. Thanks to their kindness, several mice, opossums, armadillos or rabbits were given new life.

“My brother and I kept noticing several animals coming out of the flooded woods to a pasture in front of our house,” Frankie shared with The Dodo.

“We had a small boat available to go see the flooded woods. On the way to the woods through the flooded fields, we rescued several field mice, land shrews and rabbits.

The waters continued to rise and while animals like raccoons still had a chance because they could easily climb to higher ground, things looked dramatic for the poor armadillos or possums.

So Frankie and his brother dove through the flooded land and rescued all the animals they spotted. All for the love of the animals!