Chella Phillips, a founder of The Voiceless Dogs of Nassau, Bahamas, rescued almost 1,000 animals in four years. When a strong hurricane named Dorian fell on the Bahamas, she immediately opened her home to foster 97 homeless dogs. She helped to protect and take care of them during the hurricane; in fact, she even conducted a fund-raising.
Chella tried to give the dogs the most comfortable lives that they deserved. She even turned the music on to calm them during stressful situations. She even allowed them to stay in bedrooms; in fact, 79 dogs slept in a master bedroom. Apparently, she used donated crates for sick and scared dogs to give them pleasant and warm spaces inside her home. She also fenced the surroundings of her house to protect them from any harm.
Chella was happy to see all of the dogs got along well together; therefore, she desired to foster more dogs. As she expressed on social media sites her sincere desire to help them, she asked some compassionate people to join her rescue mission. Fortunately, she was able to convince lots of people all over the world to participate in an online fund-raising. The online fund-raising reached a total amount of $89,000 that was over from a total goal amount of $20,000.
Chella showed her deepest gratitude to people who helped in The Voiceless Dogs of Nassau, Bahamas’ rescue mission. Without their assistance, she could not provide for the needs of the dogs. When she posted some of the dogs’ photos on Facebook, they became viral. She believed that they could definitely reach more people who were eager to help them.
Fortunately, some goodhearted people have deep concerns about animals’ welfare during disasters. They are true heroes; they spend their time and efforts for the animals in need. Now, Chella still encourages people all over the world to help The Voiceless Dogs of Nassau, Bahamas, in raising lots of dogs. She believes that they are like humans, so they deserve to receive compassion and kindness in any circumstances too.
Credits to Chella Phillips