President Donald Trump has arrived in storm-ravaged North Carolina to take in the devastation left by Florence.
"He wanted to see the areas hit the hardest and most impacted by the flooding, and get a full overview from both states", she said.
That's the takeaway from recent viral news stories coming out in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence in North Carolina, which are drawing attention to the plight of the animals left behind as owners are forced to flee the flooded region.
"We have never seen one like this", Cooper added.
Much of Columbus County, where Fair Bluff is located, was under water, according to Steve Abbott of the North Carolina Department of Transportation, with most roads closed and "driving not advised".
Wilmington, population 120,000, was still mostly an island surrounded by floodwaters, and people waited for hours Tuesday for handouts of food, water and tarps.
"I know for many people this feels like a nightmare that just won't end", he said.
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Richardson says the incident happened near the Little Pee Dee River, which is one of the bodies of water officials are monitoring for intense flooding following Florence.
Several rivers in North Carolina are still rising, causing a new flooding.
"The house in the background is my granny's house, the place my mom has always called home in Ivanhoe, NC and the church that I've gone to with her as long as I can remember", Trump, who's married to President Trump's son, Eric, captioned a Tuesday Instagram post.
Sitting on the shores of Lake Norman is a Trump National Golf Club. Four days later, he returned - and urged people at a Houston shelter to "have a good time".
Despite everything they had been through, the volunteers and locals were energized, and cheered when he finished handing out food, then crowded around the president to get photos.
Thousands of people are still in shelters in North Carolina anxiously waiting to find out if they have a home to go back to.
The president said he trusts the Senate to do its job.
Mindful of the recurring criticism, Trump defended the administration's response to Florence on Twitter on Tuesday, predicting Democrats will eventually look to criticize the efforts for political reasons. "They don't know whose boat that is".