He also posted a video on Monday, showing the premises filled with water and a boat parked outside.
"We're less than a foot from going over the fences", Saurage told KFDM/FOX 4.
The Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office has warned residents of displaced alligators from the flood waters in the area. "Everything that is not from here, we've put up and we have in a safe place, but we live with alligators", officials at the park have said. "All of these are certified high fences, but look - when it won't quit", Gary Saurage told local station KFDM, and assured his neighbours that not all of the park's animals are at the risk of escaping.
The alligators living in the sanctuary were rescued from the surrounding area, Saurage said, mostly ones that found their way into residential neighborhoods and needed to be taken out. The clip then goes on to show the second alligator in water.
Kelsch told the Houston Chronicle that she thought it was kind of cool to see the alligators hanging out in her yard. "There's just no way I can respond to all of them right now", he said.
"The good news is, we caught all of our crocodiles, all of our venomous snakes. Residents here in Lake Olympia will have sightings in the spring of baby alligators, but never inside our backyards".
In addition to keeping an eye on the gators, Kelsch said that she was making sure snakes didn't find a way into her home. "Simply looking for higher ground".
He said he's frustrated that much of what he's worked for - rescuing alligators and other creatures to add to his farm - is gone with three days of flooding.
During flooding in 2016, alligators turned up on beaches near Houston and in other unusual spots in San Antonio, according to The Austin American-Statesman.