Hurricane Washes Packs Of Stray Dogs Into The Ocean

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The recent hurricane that hit Puerto Rico killed all of the stray dogs on a beach, causing them to reportedly wash away to sea.

Abused and abandoned dogs were left to die on Dead Dog Beach in Yabacoa, Puerto Rico, reported the New York Post, and Hurricanes Irma and Maria force were the final blow to the pups.

“Sadly, we did not find them and our hearts are heavy with the reality upon seeing the utter devastation at the beach — they did not survive,” Christina Beckles, founder of the non-profit The Sato Project which saves dogs in slums from Puerto Rico, to the New York Post.

Beckles added that one security guard for the hotel by Dead Dog Beach said he heard the dogs “screaming in terror.”

“Our team visited the beach yesterday and upon seeing the devastation we believe at this time those dogs have perished. We have rescued three dogs since the hurricane – all dumped during the storm. One is heavily pregnant and was with a small puppy,” said Beckles.

Puerto Rico is left devastated from the hurricane, the island of 3.4 million people is left without electricity, water, and looters caused the National Guard to enforce a strict 6 pm to 6 am curfew, reported Fox News.

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