Good People Doing Good Things — Saving Critters

Amazing acts of selflessness.
One for you, Mister Z.

Filosofa's Word

Today’s good people post is a little different than the usual fare.  Typically, I seek out people helping other people, but today I want to focus on a couple of people helping non-human critters, for their lives are important too.


Chella Phillips lives in the Bahamas, where Hurricane Dorian left a trail of devastation this past weekend.  She also runs a refuge for homeless dogs, called The Voiceless Dogs of Nassau, Bahamas.  On this day, her refuge celebrated its fourth anniversary, and in that time she has taken in some 1,000 dogs and found homes for them.  But on Sunday, Ms. Phillips home became an extension of the refuge.chella-phillips.jpgHurricane Dorian was beginning to hit the island and there were dogs everywhere, some abandoned by owners fleeing the island, some were strays, but all were definitely in harm’s way.  And that’s when Chella Phillips stepped in and did what…

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3 thoughts on “Good People Doing Good Things — Saving Critters

  1. Absolutely praiseworthy.
    A thought that strikes me, as it has done locally with animal rescue initiatives, is why it is almost invariably the female gender involved. Do males lack empathy, or are they just too full of lethargy or self-importance?

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