(ANIMAL RESCUE/PETS/ANIMAL VIDEO) In the dramatic footage above, witness a woman and her dog as they are rescued from a car as Louisiana floodwaters swallowed the vehicle.

Emergency workers have rescued more than 20,000 stranded Louisiana residents and more than 600 animals from the catastrophic flooding. Disaster relief efforts are still underway as  recovery will be exceptionally slow given Louisiana’s flat topography and several areas in Louisiana are still under flood warnings with scattered storms in the forecast.

Global Animal Foundation, a 501(c)(3) that funds emergency animal rescue worldwide, is collecting donations to disperse between vetted organizations working on the ground in the affected areas to help with medical costs for injured animals, boarding and food, and reuniting lost pets with their guardians. Please consider supporting the efforts to save animals in critical peril. Your compassion in action and support of Global Animal Foundation can help save the lives of animals in crisis. — Global Animal

TAKE ACTION: Click here to see how you can help animal victims of Louisiana’s flooding.

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