Help me provide these poor souls the life they deserve. I have: 4 adult cats (2 females, 2 males); 8 kittens from 2 of my adult females; another 3 kittens I rescued on the side of the street 3 days ago; 3 dogs (1 I got from a rescue organization who were looking for adopters willing to save animals from being euthanized in Antipolo Pound, 1 6 years old doggo I got from a friend years ago, and another 1 female dog that I rescued from the streets - she had some sort of a cataract and a prolapse genitalia). I can only provide them baths, shelter, table food, time, and affection. I know that's barely enough for them. I can't provide them enough but why do I keep on letting these cats/dogs become part of my family you may ask? Well, I really can't stand leaving them behind. I can't stand the cries of kittens being abandoned. I can't let these dogs be killed and won't get another chance of living the life they deserve.
This is Baby Prolly. I got her a few days ago. I hand hed her with the bread I got from my favorite bakery nearby. By then, I already felt that she needed someone so bad.
She's got blurry eyes/ cataract on both eyes and a prolapsed genitalia. Right now I don't know how am I supposed to help her fix this. That's why I'm here, knocking on your hearts to help her and my other rescues.
Here's Pipi. I got her from a friend 6 years ago. She currently has Otitis media and is undergoing medications. Hopefully she won't be needing a surgery just like the vet told me last time. If it's going to be a surgery, I don't know how am I supposed to get the money for me and Pipi to go through with it.
Here's Isda, the calico mom on the left, adjacent to the couch. Isda ("Fish" in tagalog) because her pattern kinda resembles that of the fish scales haha. The other one the right is Mommy nyaw (Yep, we haven't had the right amount of creativity when we thought of that one). Both of them gave birth 4 kittens at the same time last December. Sadly 2 of them died, so I only got 6 of them. I'm asking for financial assistance for them to be spayed ASAP. Thank you so much :(
Here's Polo. I got him from a rescue group asking for adopters. I adopted him because I want to help rescue those poor dogs from Antipolo pound that are about to be put down. Right now, all we know is that he has skin problems. When we got him he had a lot of bruises and wounds. The rescue group also mentioned that it is possible that he was abused due to the marks in his body especially in his neck. We had an initial visit with the vet and will soon go back. However, I'm pretty sure I can't comply with the medications since I'm out of money. :( Polo came here with another dog named Auntie, however she died a few days unfortunately. We didn't know the reason and I was so disappointed with myself because I didn't have the capability of sending her to the emergency vet as early as possible. Help me avoid these mishaps please. I'm tired of crying for my babies.
Here's Anya, a too brave of a warrior. He's been fighting with my other cat. Well, they are free-roaming and they just go here for the food. I hope I can get funding to get both of them neutered.
Here's my recent rescue. Just the other night, I heard loud cries of multiple kittens outside. I found them abandoned on the side of the street, crying their hearts out. I searched the area, hoping that a mommy cat was just nearby. Sadly, after a few minutes of searching, I found none. I can't imagine myself leaving them behind. Yes, I currently have a lot of animals right now especially that my mother cats have 6 living kittens at the moment. I was afraid that I couldn't take care of them all but what frightens me more is what would've happened if I left them, hoping someone else would bring them home.I am Rob by the way. I am a 2nd year medical student from Manila. And No, we are not paying for my tuition fee, simply because we can't afford it. That's why I am very thankful for Rev. Fr. Art who provided for my education especially during these hard times. I also lost my dad 4 years ago, and my mom lost her job recently with the same reason why most lost theirs - COVID-19's impact on companies. I don't have any income and I've always relied on my allowances for my financing the needs of my babies. Right now, I'm in a a bind, juggling my studies, nursing my kittens, feeding the adults, taking care of them, as well as worrying how to find the money to send them to the vet and have a great life. That's my dream, to spend their life with no worries in a place they can call home.
Thank you so much for your time. Having been able to share them with you is already a blessing for me.