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Photo of Senior Citizen Selling Bird Cages Made of Recycled Materials Earns Praises Online

A senior citizen selling cages made of recycled materials garnered various reactions from the online community.

A Facebook user named Nico Jose has shared the photo of an elderly vendor selling bird cages made of recycled materials along the streets. The post earns various comments from the netizens.

Jose said that the 65-year-old man identified as Tatay Rey is selling the each bird cage for P550. He usually sell it at St. James hospital in Sta. Rosa Laguna.  He can be usually located at Purok 4 Caingin Sta Rosa City Laguna.

Senior Citizen

Interested individuals could contact Tatay Rey’s niece named Jovelyn Jarito. The senior citizen has no mobile phone.

Nico Jose also expressed his willingness to help Tatay Rey by endorsing its bird cages. He also said that people should help each other especially during this time of pandemic.

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Here is the full post:

“Good morning.

Siya po si tatay Rey 65 yrs old. Nagbebenta sya ng bird cage na gawa sa recycled materials. 550php. andito siya ngayon sa may tapat ng st. James hospital sta rosa laguna. Pls support tatay hehe.

Update: sa mga gusto pong bumili puntahan niyo na lang daw po si tatay rey aka FPJ sa purok 4 caingin sta rosa city laguna. Or imessage nyo po yung pamangkin niya

Wala kasing cellphone si tatay rey hehe”

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