Frankie Williams and his brother took their boat and rescued dozens of mice, rabbits and armadillos from drowning.
There are some people in the world who so love nature and every type of animal that populates it, that they would put their lives at risk in order to save any creature that is in obvious difficulty. Two examples of such heroes are undoubtedly Frankie Williams and his brother, who became the protagonists of a heroic act that inevitably went viral on the internet.
In reality, the story is by no means recent. It happened now 7 years ago, in 2016but it was so extraordinary that it remains in everyone’s memory and is still told today.
In the fall of that year, some states of America such as Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas and Mississippi were swept away by a wave of unusual rains that caused many floods.
Some areas in particular found themselves flooded by over 20 centimeters of water and this caused a lot of inconvenience to many people and poor animals that populated the local fauna.
In the midst of this terrible chaos, made up of massive damages for millions and millions of dollars, two people stood outamong many others, for having done everything in their power to help poor animals in difficulty.
Frankie Williams and his brother become animal heroes
Frankie Williams, a 26-year-old plumber living in Hernando, Mississippiand his brother, have always lived in the midst of nature and with a great love for all kinds of animals.
Seeing that so many species of the local fauna were in trouble from bad weather, they had one brilliant idea to help them.
My brother and I kept noticing several animals making their way from the flooded woods into a pasture in front of our house. They had a small boat available, so we thought we’d go out with that to check it out.
Well on their patrol tour, the two brothers managed to get on their boat dozens of animals among raccoons, hares And country mice. All animals that most likely would have drowned in the waters of the flood.
As soon as the water level dropped, they took care of free them in their habitat. The video of their heroic act went viral on the internet.