he floods in #Kerala have left many homeless. Near the Eranhimangad #Relief camp, to aid animal rescue in the flood hit district in kerala, that so many dogs were trapped There was 10 feet of water there. This was a highly challenging rescue and we had to take boats into the house to bring the animals out, An animal rescue team from animal charity Humane Society ... Jump To The Aid Of Strayed, Trapped And Suffering Animal In Kerala Floods.Kerala has been engulfed in a catastrophic event which is being called as one of the worst disasters of the century for the state. While the navy and disaster control officers bravely rescue the people who are stuck amid the floods, animal activists too, have jumped in to take care of the straysMany animals have already perished in the onslaught of rains that started since August 8. In this, an animal rescue team from animal charity Humane Society International, India is battling the challenges in Kerala to rescue and rehabilitate animals stranded or abandoned. Animal rescuers are going to Kerala to save the abandoned animals amid state's worst floods and landslides. working on ground zero-day in an out to save the animals.