Breakup’s are always nasty, and divorce is even worse! I mean they can get nasty, just as this one did, when this Ex Husband left his wife for HER SISTER! He wrote the most awful letter – which made me so mad, I felt SO sorry for his wife…until I read her response. You must read these letters!
I’m writing this letter to you to tell you that I’m leaving you forever. I’ve been a good man to you for 7 years & I have nothing to show for it. These last 2 weeks have been hell…Your boss called to tell me that you quit your job today & that was the last straw. Last week, you came home & didn’t even notice I had a new haircut, had cooked your favorite meal & even wore a brand new pair of silk boxers.
Can you believe this JERK? I feel so sorry for his wife – she doesn’t deserve this.
But he hasn’t finished with her yet…..
As Hurricane Florence recedes, people come to the flooded territories. No, it’s not the owners of flooded houses, but animal protectors like PETA.
A dog that had been abandoned during the floods of Hurricane Florence seemed so happy when it was finally rescued. The poor dog was found in North Carolina by PETA on Monday (September 17).
The owners seem to have abandoned their lovely puppy when they fled the torrential weather of Hurricane Florence.
The dog was trapped outside a house in Lumberton, North Carolina, where the Lumberton River had overflowed and the city was full of water.
The flood water reached the porch of the house where the dog was and covered the wheels of the car in the driveway.
The brave rescuer approached the frightened dog through the water as he walked across the porch and sat on the elevated platform, calling him to come near him.
The dog seemed terrified and extremely cautious, but still, he waved his tail with joy as the rescuer appeared and began to show him some love. In his mind, it is clear that the dog has long been alone, he is confused, frightened and does not understand how to react to strangers. But then the ancient genes, the millennium of education and domestication take their effect – the animal responds to the caress of man!
The PETA staff took the pet to a waiting area that had been set up by the emergency workers. From there, he can be transferred to a nearby shelter.
It is a pity that such situations occur, but it is wonderful that many of them end on a positive note!
Watch the heart-melting moment when the dog is rescued in the next video.
Dogs are not the only ones left by people. PETA has also been busy rescuing frightened cats, who, as is known, in most cases are terribly afraid of water.
Rescuers shared a video with a poor cat and a kitten, which hid behind the garbage cans on the porch.
Employees of the organization worked incredibly hard, making their way through flooded areas to help all the poor animals.
Don’t Forget to Watch the Video Below:
Tammie Hedges, a lady who runs a North Carolina charitable called Crazy’s Claws n Paw spared more than two dozen pets amid Hurricane Florence, however now she is confronting charges since she didn’t have an allow. Fences was building a haven when Florence hit the drift, so she offered the space to pet proprietors in the zone.
“The goal was to make sure they were not out there drowning. We had an elderly couple, they were evacuating that afternoon, and there was no way they could take 18 animals with them,” Hedges explained.
“We were trying to help abandoned animals. We knew North Carolina didn’t have any regulations or laws regarding shelters for animals. So a group of us got together to do something to help those animals is why we opened our building to them so they’d have a safe dry place to go until their owners returned to get them. I had not gone out and gotten any animals, but a couple of independent rescuers had gotten some from flooded areas and brought them to me,” she added.
They offered their administrations gratis and housed 17 cats and 10 dogs all through the term of the tropical storm.
After the tempest passed and the inconvenience was finished, Hedges got a call from Wayne County’s creature administrations supervisor Frank Sauls, who undermined to get a warrant to take the animals
“You can voluntarily hand over the animals, or I can go get a warrant,” they allegedly told her.
She consented to the request, and the pets were altogether taken to the Wayne County Animal Adoption and Education Center.
Volunteer Kathie Davidson said that animal control officers called Hedges a lawbreaker.
“One officer specifically told me that Tammie was operating a shelter without a permit,” she said. “I think it’s really sad that when someone tries to do the right thing, they’re punished for it. I’m hoping they don’t file charges. We’d like to see him reach out to her and push the reset button,” she added.
The rare and shocking phenomenon reached 60 meters in height and was recorded by Canadian firefighters.
Canadian firefighter Mary Schidlowsky has posted on her Instagram account a video showing how her team of firefightersstruggled to regain control of a fire hose devoured by a ‘fire tornado’. The tornado reached about 60 meters high and was generated by the heat of the fire and strong winds.
Three firefighters are struggling to control the hose while being sucked into the flames, and simultaneously a spinning vortex of fire appears several meters away.
Firewoman Mary Schidlowsky recorded and published the video of the August 18 tornado, and was almost 60 meters high.
The unusual phenomenon was recorded on August 18 during a fire, which formed southwest of the municipality of Vanderhoof, B.C., near Lake Chutanli, in British Columbia, Canada, but the video has been published just these days. Schidlowsky pointed out that the burning tornado threw firewoods for 45 minutes and finally the hose was destroyed in the air about 30 meters high.
The British Columbia Forest Fire Information Officer, Forrest Tower, said the tornado was caused by the heat rising from the wildfire in combination with extremely strong winds.
The dangerous phenomenon has endangered the lives of firefighters rushing to the scene, with the fiery vortex that has sucked the hydrant tube used to try to shut it down. And the situation in British Columbia now worries Canada: “it is one of the worst fire seasons ever,” emphasizes the ABC 13 portal. And the United States have also had to accounts with similar phenomena: at the end of last July, an impressive firenado hit Shasta County, in Northern California, to uproot trees and overturn cars on the roads. Large damage to homes, with about 38 thousand residents of the area forced to leave their homes.