Disabled dog gets 'wheelchair' from Bukidnon cop | Inquirer News

LOOK: Disabled dog gets improvised ‘wheelchair’ from Bukidnon cop

By: - Social Media Content Lead / @carlomolina_
/ 03:02 PM July 11, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — A disabled stray dog in Bukidnon province has recently been given another chance at running and playing, after a policeman of Kalilangan town Police Station improvised a wheelchair for the injured animal.

The municipal police said their acting chief Patrick Castro initiated the “random act of kindness” for the dog named Tiger who lost the mobility of her back legs after supposedly being hit by a moving vehicle.

The police officer only needed a few PVC water pipes, rubber bands and wheels from a damaged stroller to develop the wheelchair for Tiger.


STRAY DOG GIVEN WHEELCHAIR IN PLACE OF BACK LEGS"No Act of Kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted" -…

Kalilangan Mps Pcr 发布于 2019年7月2日周二

The station further stated that “the improvised wheelchair helps the dog not only physically but also psychologically, because with the wheelchair, “Tiger is no longer incapacitated.”

Kudos👍👍👍Kalilangan Mps Pcr"Stray dog given wheelchair in place of Back Legs"It's very sad to see a dog dragging its feet, kudos for having the initiative to help this pup! Dog-lover or not, I hope his action gets to inspire everyone to put effort into being kind to one another.

Ja Gui 发布于 2019年7月2日周二

The well-meaning act earned the praise and admiration of Filipinos, as the post of the police station on July 2 has amassed more than 2,000 reactions and over 1,300 shares, as of this writing. JB


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