Typhoon Yolanda’s Terrifying Torture
Super Typhoon Yolanda hit the Philippines in the beginning of November, 2013. It was the deadliest Typhoon the Philippines had ever seen with winds up to 195 miles per hour. Its death toll was over 6,300 people, and even more animals and pets were killed as well. Some of the bodies are still being found to this day.
Many people fought long and hard to find lost, scared animals and bring them to safety. Lots of the animals did not ever make it to their owners and were either lost or killed. The exact number of animal/pet deaths was not calculated for this event.