Contemplating our actions in critical and life-threatening situations is very difficult. In such situations, we are mentally not in a place to analyze everything with a clear mind. We do not have enough time to consider all the available choices and make the best decision for everyone. When we are in danger, our hearts are pounding and we can’t think straight. Our body is in a fight or flight mode where we should act immediately. At such moments, we can’t judge anyone for how they act, even if they act selfishly. However, there are some people that always go the extra mile for others. Even if their own life is in danger, they put others first, which is truly amazing. They prioritize the safety of those that are smaller and weaker than them, and this heroism should be appreciated.
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Recently, the United States was hit by Hurricane Ian, which is the second-deadliest storm to hit the country in the 21st century. The magnitude of this tragedy is massive. However, this post is dedicated to honoring some selfless souls that bravely rescued some animals affected by the storm.
A 29-year-old named Mike Ross courageously weathered the floods to rescue a terrified cat. While his own house was “10 feet underwater”, he was staying with his parents who has a fortress that can withstand storms. Mike’s mom, Marybeth Ross, captured the heartwarming moment on camera. The video was shared on Twitter by his girlfriend, Megan Shevo, and it has gained over 3.8M views. Another man whose name is unfortunately unknown, bravely waded through the waters in Fort Myers to save a pup. After that, he saved another man and also a cat. This dangerous yet selfless act went viral on Twitter, gaining over 1.8M views.
In addition to these, many other individuals and non-profits came forward to help those in need. So, check out the images and videos below and share your thoughts with us in the comments.
— Megan Cruz Scavo (@MeganScavo) September 28, 2022
Dog rescued from sailboat in Fort Myers. He went back and got a cat too. pic.twitter.com/JFcWl4972g
— Brian Entin (@BrianEntin) September 28, 2022