Betty Vaquera Escandon shared a video to Facebook of her parents floating a bucket full of puppies through the floodwaters in the city of Reynosa.
Escandon said her parents “lost everything” when heavy rains flooded their home, but luckily they “managed to get their babies out.”
“I [recorded the video] more than anything because it gave me a lot of emotion and tenderness to see my parents with all the puppies,” Escandon told Storyful.
Flooding from the storm as it weakened over Mexico left at least four people dead and six others missing.
Rescues were still ongoing on Jalisco on Tuesday, as high water and flooding continued.
The Jalisco Civil Protection said on Facebook two people became trapped when their truck was dragged along the rushing Bolanos River in the town San Martin de Bolanos in northern Jalisco.
One of the trapped people was a 17-year-old boy rescued by Jalisco Civil Protection, officials said.
“In this rainy season, we urge the population to take the necessary forecasts, river channels and streams can suddenly increase, and water force can drag vehicles, horses, or any means of transport,” the agency said. “Do not become a victim.”
Flooding is still being reported throughout the region, and a new round of rain over South Texas may cause more problems in the days ahead.
Several thousand homes and businesses in South Texas remained without power on Wednesday, according to power outage-tracking website poweroutage.us.