Buddy is now beloved Kimchi Posted on Thursday, 21 May 2015

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Do you remember Buddy, the malnourished, mangy, flea-infested, senior King Charles Spaniel mix a CARA volunteer found wandering the streets in Alabang back in 2012? He was adopted in January 2013, and his mom and dad became CARA volunteers soon after. According to them, he’s the sweetest, most loving dog- definite proof that you don’t need to raise a dog from a pup to get his loyalty, affection, and love. Here he is with his sister, Ginger, who often acts as his guide dog as he is almost completely blind. They both enjoy road trips, and are often brought along on family vacations, and to pet events.

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Whenever they are taken out for a walk, or brought to a pet event, they are tethered to each other. Kimchi has very little vision left, and he would bump into things when in an unfamiliar place, so Ginger acts as a guide dog for him.

 

 

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Looking for a lovable family dog like Kimchi? Adoption is a great option! Check out our Adoption Gallery for our adorable adoptables. For more information about our adoption process, please click here: Adopt A Pet.

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Article by Eric Suguitan | Posted by Michelle Baena Ciriacruz

 

 

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This entry was posted on Thursday, May 21st, 2015 at 8:42 pm and is filed under Adoption Stories.

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Michelle is a bookworm as well as an animal lover. She founded the CARA Blog Community in 2014 to help spread the awareness of responsible pet ownership to the public and to strengthen the group's online presence. She served as the site's editor in chief up to January 2019. She continues to blog for a purpose in various media channels.
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