With hurricane Dorian currently rampaging through the Bahamas, a woman opens her doors to 97 dogs that may have had it worse without her.

Chella Phillips’ Facebook page has been gaining a lot of attention lately after she had shared pictures of her house just chock full of dogs. She has posted a couple of pictures on her Facebook page with dogs on almost every part of the house and with her saying that the whole thing was “insane.”

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Chella Phillips. Image via Chella Phillips’ Facebook page

“97 dogs are inside my house and 79 of them are inside my master bedroom . . . It has been insane since last night, poop and p… nonstop,”

97 Dogs

Image via Chella Phillips’ Facebook page

97 dogs

Image via Chella Phillips’ Facebook page

97 dogs

Image via Chella Phillips’ Facebook page

97 dogs

Image via Chella Phillips’ Facebook page

The house has ultimately become quite a mess however Phillips said that all 97 dogs were “respecting” her bed:

“Nobody has dared to jump in.”

She remarks pertaining to her furry house guests, further adding that they were all getting along.

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In other Facebook posts she describes how the dogs have no problem welcoming each other and accommodating newcomers stating:

“Everyone here gets along and welcome the newcomers with tail wags cause they know they are their brothers and sisters in suffering on the streets,”

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Image via Chella Phillips’ Facebook page

Other than dogs simply found on the street, Phillips said that she also managed to save “some less fortunate” dogs along with some “scared ones and the sick ones” given to her by people.

Accordingly, the dogs were also kept entertained with cartoons up until the power went out.

“All services are down, all TVs are fried from the lightnings so no more cartoons for the sick dogs until we can purchase new ones,”

Phillips wrote in a Facebook update. She explains that her heart felt “broken” when she thought about all those homeless dogs outside with nowhere to hide.

“I pray for the other islands who have unimaginable damages and I don’t see how any dogs or any living being could have survived outside. My heart goes out to them. Only God can protect them now.”

Chella Phillips is no stranger to saving dogs, this hero has been running a rescue service for homeless dogs in the region called “Voiceless Dogs of Nassau.  Throughout her mission, for the past four years, she was able to rescue almost 1000 dogs.