Man Thinks Pets Died In Hurricane. Watch The Tearful Moment They Find Them In Ruins

By alkane /

This summer, Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc on Texas, displacing families and, according to The Balance, causing an estimated 180 billion dollars worth of damages. People weren’t the only ones affected, however.

Unfortunately, when residents were evacuated for the hurricane, a lot of them didn’t have the opportunity to bring their pets with them. This was the case for Lester Morrow, a school teacher in Maple Grove, Texas.


Source: Lester Morrow/Facebook

Morrow, who also owns a 500-acre farm, told the Daily Mail, “My animals are my hobby and favorite pastime, and because they all have their own unique personalities, I love them like my own children.

“At the moment that I was forced to evacuate, all I could do was move them to the highest ground possible, give a hug and kiss, and say a prayer for my beloved animals.”

When the storm had ended, Morrow was certain he had lost everything— including his farm animals. When he finally returned to his property to see the full extent of the damage, he decided he wanted to record the experience.

Morrow holds the camera as he walks along a flooded pathway; the entire area is covered with random items that had been picked up by the rising flood.


Source: YouTube Screenshot

Morrow describes the damage he sees while he approaches the animal clearing in the distance. Roughly one minute through, however, you hear him stop and sob:
“Oh my God… That’s Patty!”

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