Dogs, Cats Rescued By Good Samaritans In Marawi City
Good Samaritans has rescued about six dogs and seven cats that have been accidentally left in the beleaguered city of Marawi.
On Friday (August 18, 2017), about six dogs and seven cats have been rescued by the volunteers who fearlessly entered Marawi City. The rescuers are able to save the pets accidentally left by their owners during the extended gun battle in the besieged city.
The recovered pet dogs and cats were mostly sick and malnourished when they are found by the kind-hearted Samaritans. Most of the animals were rescued from Amai Pakpak headquarters and currently needing for shelter, food, and medicine for fast recovery.
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On May 23, 2017, Marawi City has been attacked by the ISIS-inspired Maute Terror Group who fought back the government forces, which severely affects its residents.
The extended gun battle between the government troops and the terrorist group has prompted President Rodrigo Duterte to declare martial throughout the entire region of Mindanao to handle the situation and prevent the extremists from escaping.
The government forces are now making efforts to end the crisis in the beleaguered city as the conflict zone was confined to two barangays and a half.
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