The Trixie Foundation in Elliott County, which is under construction, was pushed off its foundation by flooding last week.
Trixie Foundation founder Randy Skaggs at one of the bridges across Little Brushy Creek, which flooded last week.
Flooding damaged bridges and utility lines at the Trixie Foundation.
None of the hundreds of dogs (and cats and chickens) at the Trixie Foundation’s no-kill shelter were hurt in the flooding.
The Trixie Foundation compound on the right, next to Little Brushy Creek.
The shelter houses 150 dogs.
Trixie Foundation founder Randy Skaggs talked with carpenter Tommy Jordan.
The Trixie Foundation clinic was damaged by flooding.
Trixie Foundation founder Randy Skaggs worked to clean up inside an apartment he’s building above the no-kill shelter’s clinic in eastern Elliott County. Flooding last week pushed the structure off its foundation.
Trixie Foundation employee Lakota Walter made his way through the mud.
One of about 100 cats at the Trixie Foundation no-kill animal shelter in Elliott County.