Meow! The ‘Thunder From Down Under’ Men Cuddle Post-Harvey Pets

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Dancers from the Las Vegas all-male revue, “Thunder From Down Under,” visited homeless pets at the Houston Humane Society recently. After hearing about the plight of pets in the Houston area, (as a result of the flooding from Hurricane Harvey) the group of male dancers visited the shelter to aid in the relief effort by bathing, playing and walking some of the animals left homeless by the storm.

Lots of Drooling Ensued

TFDU kitten

Photo: Facebook/HoustonHumaneSociety

Proving that “real men” love and care for animals, too, one dancer said, “It’s getting a little emotional at the time when you see what these poor animals have gone through.” The group donated some of the proceeds from their recent Houston show to the Houston Humane Society to aid in the cause of helping animals in the Houston area.

15 Years of Thunder From Down Under in Vegas

Thunder From Down Under

Photo: Facebook/ThunderVegas

For 15 years, Thunder From Down Under in Las Vegas has been “eye candy” for women of all ages with the dancers making women happy in the blink of an eye and the unbuttoning of a shirt. This show is often called the ultimate bachelorette party experience. Since its debut, nearly 10 million people have watched them perform. The Thunder From Down Under has toured over 15 countries including Russia, England, Canada, South Africa, Europe, New Zealand, Australia, Mexico, Ireland, and, in 2017, will be headed to Thailand and China as well. Each year, the group releases an annual calendar featuring the dancers and releases a documentary of the shoot.

To learn more about the post-Harvey efforts of the Houston Humane Society, follow them on Facebook or visit their website. To catch the Thunder From Down Under in their home venue in Las Vegas or in a city near you, visit their website for more information.