Photos: People (and pets) continue to evacuate from flood waters


People evacuate their homes after the area was inundated.
1 People evacuate their homes after the area was inundated with flooding from Hurricane Harvey. 
Evacuees arrive at the Convention Center shelter after evacuating.
2 Evacuees arrive at the Convention Center shelter after evacuating from their homes when Hurricane Harvey caused heavy flooding. Some 13,000 people have been rescued in the Houston area, and more than 17,000 have sought refuge in Texas shelters. 
People  evacuate after flooding from Hurricane Harvey.
3 People evacuate in a boat from their homes. 
People  evacuate in a boat from their homes.
4 Louisiana's governor offered to take in Harvey victims from Texas, returning a favor done by Houston after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. 
A man waves down a rescue crew as he tries to leave the area.
5 A man waves down a rescue crew as he tries to leave the area. 
A child is helped off the back of a rescue truck.
6 A child is helped off the back of a rescue truck after his family evacuated their home. 
People are rescued from a flooded neighborhood.
7 People are rescued from a flooded neighborhood. 
People make their way out of a flooded neighborhood.
8 People make their way out of a flooded neighborhood. 
Residents are evacuated from their homes in north Houston.
9 Houston has asked the Federal Emergency Management Agency for more supplies, including cots and food, for an additional 10,000 people, said Mayor Sylvester Turner. 
Andrew Brennan helps evacuate an elderly woman and her granddaughter.
10 Andrew Brennan, of Louisiana, helps evacuate an elderly woman and her granddaughter from the Clodine district in Houston. 
Billy Argueta, right, helps evacuate a family from their flooded street.
11 Billy Argueta, right, helps evacuate a family from their flooded street in the Clodine district of Houston. 
A truck driver walks past an empty truck while checking the water depth.
12 A truck driver walks past an abandoned truck while checking the depth of water beneath an underpass. 
People catch a ride on a construction vehicle.
13 People catch a ride on a construction vehicle down a flooded street. 
People walk down a flooded street as they evacuate their homes.
14 People walk down a flooded street as they evacuate their homes. 
People wait to be rescued from their  flooded homes.
15 People wait to be rescued from their flooded homes. 
Shardea Harrison looks at her 3-week-old baby Sarai.
16 Shardea Harrison looks at her 3-week-old baby Sarai, being held by Dean Mize as he and Jason Legnon used his airboat to rescue them from their home. 
A person walks through a flooded street with a dog.
17 A person walks through a flooded street with a dog after the area was inundated with flooding. 
People walk down a flooded street as they evacuate their homes.
18 People walk down a flooded street as they evacuate their homes after the area was inundated with flooding. 
Dean Mize, left, and Jason Legnon carry a person to an airboat.
19 Dean Mize, left, and Jason Legnon carry a person to an airboat as they rescue people from their homes. 
People walk down a flooded street as they evacuate their homes.
20 People walk down a flooded street as they evacuate their homes. 
People walk down a flooded street as they evacuate their homes.
21 Harvey initially came ashore as a Category 4 hurricane in Texas on Friday, then executed a U-turn and lingered off the coast as a tropical storm for days, inundating flood-prone Houston, the nation's fourth-largest city. 
Residents are evacuated from the Cypresswood Creek subdivision.
22 Residents are evacuated from their homes in the Cypresswood Creek subdivision in north Houston. 
People evacuate their homes after flooding from Hurricane Harvey.
23 People evacuate their homes after the area was inundated with flooding from Hurricane Harvey. 
People evacuate their homes.
24 Harvey is expected to weaken as it slogs through Louisiana and makes it way northward, with Arkansas, Tennessee and Missouri on alert for flooding in the next couple of days. 
Evacuees arrive at the Convention Center shelter.
25 With the water still high in places and many hard-hit areas still inaccessible, numbers of those seeking shelter seemed certain to increase.