January 2022 Update:
Henlo hoomans! Can you still remember me?
Yes! This is me Caleb! It’s been 9 months since I was rescued all the way from God’s home of refuge in Batangas. My previous hooman died and then I was left to fend for myself until I eventually got sick. Over 1 month of confinement at the vet because I tested positive distemper upon rescue. I also had TVT, but as much as my rescuers wanted to treat me right away, they could not because there were infections we had to treat as well as the distemper.
This is me now. 9 months of rehabilitation and weekly chemo sessions and so much love from my hoomans! I am also very lucky have stayed in an aparment with the rent covered by @thunder_hoomom
I am now finally an official survivor of distemper and TVT, already vaccinated and neutered and ready for adoption! I am very very sweet and clingy and I look forward to coming home to a family who will really love me.
Please give me a chance.
We may have been posting happy faces of our rescues and pandesal treats as well as supplies give away today, but our reality is actually this — over 10 cases accommodated in just 1 day, relief drives and ongoing strayfeeding now.
One of the cases we assisted with today is Caleb, another victim of animal cruelty.
Caleb’s owner already died, so he eventually became a stray, and was abused by other people.
“Tinorture po siya ng mga tambay sa palengke. Tinalian po balls nya. Pinagtusok ng bbq stick yung legs nya.”
Seriously, how can people do this?? The animal cruelty reports never end !! What’s even more heartbreaking is most of these people never go to jail as for a case to be successful, both a witness and the evidence of the act being done should be present. Through the help of Maan from God’s home of refuge shelter, Caleb was brought to the vet. We already paid his initial vet bills but it will take a while before he completes his treatments and rehabilitation.
Let us help Caleb survive!! 🙏🏼