It's not just people struggling to cope with rising flood waters, animals are too.
Many of them are ending up at Wild Heart Ranch in Foyil where the wildlife sanctuary is taking in a record number of orphaned animals.
"When this rain and flooding started the influx of wildlife that were being flooded out of their dens, blown out of trees and swept away in flooding have increased," said Annette King with Wild Heart Ranch.
Donor Debbie Barmann said, "It's bad. It's so bad. I feel bad for the people in Texas especially. Cause I see the horses and cattle stranded. Then you wonder about the wildlife that's out there. You just pray and hope and do what you can."
If you want to help Wild Heart Ranch, with either money or time, you can get information on their website.