Compassion in action

posted December 14, 2019 at 06:05 pm
by  Desiree Carlos
Compassion in actionStray dogs and cats have it so bad on the streets with no food, no water, and no shelter. Worse, some cruel humans even kick them, pour boiling water on them, stab them or hit them on the head with a sharp, hard object.

They never have it easy, and not many humans care about these poor beings.

Compassion in action
Tanods (officers) of Barangay Industrial Valley Complex of Marikina City rescued a kitten trapped on the side of a flyover.
Our hearts are thus warmed and gladdened every time we learn about humans who help stray dogs and cats and even neglected owned pets. We were grateful when we learned about humans who helped the homeless dogs and cats when Supertyphoon Tisoy hit the country.

Compassion in action
Stray dogs enjoyed a place to sleep and the flattened carton boxes that kept them dry. Thanks to the staff and management of Puregold in Moonwalk, Paranaque, during the height of typhoon Tisoy. 
These acts of compassion are rare. We want to honor the men and women who helped the dogs and cats. This is the least we can do.

Compassion in action
Caretakers of Save Animals of Love and Light- Save ALL Inc., an animal welfare group, went around a village in Bulacan and gave stray dogs and cats, and hungry, cold pets, boiled food with turmeric powder to warm their bodies during the onslaught of  typhoon Tisoy.
Above are photos of compassion in action. Bless the men and women who helped the animals in need. May other humans do the same, and feed the strays when they can. 

Topics: dogs , cats , Supertyphoon Tisoy , shelter , compassion , Save Animals of Love and Light
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