Pet store owners in St. Louis, Missouri are dealing with mudslide after mudsands buried some of their stores.
Krispy Kreme opened in St Louis and now faces another mudslime crisis.
The chain was supposed to reopen Friday.
But when the storm hit, the owners of the St. Charles Pet Store were forced to shut down and reopen Monday.
Karen Schmid said her store is stuck in mud for more than a week.
“The mud and water is still coming out,” Schmid told ABC affiliate KMOV.
“We don’t have enough to make the shelves, so we’re stuck in it.
I think they’re going to have to move some stuff to different places because there’s no other stores to put the shelves.”
A spokesperson for Krispy Kremes told ABC News that the store’s store management team is taking the crisis seriously and are working with local authorities.
Krystal Besser said she’s been trying to sell her store for years.
“It’s been in the news for a while, but it’s kind of a strange thing to get hit by a mudsliding in St Charles,” Bessers told KMOV, adding that she was in the process of moving her store to a new location when she was hit.
“I think we’re going back to the old location in the future, but we can’t move until the mud settles down and we get our shelves back in place.”
Krispys pet store opened in 1959, but has been in a decline ever since.
The store has lost more than 20 percent of its customers in the last decade, according to the National Retail Federation.