Pet lovers save stray dog with knife stuck in head

Pet lovers save stray dog with knife stuck in head

A stray dog named Bonbon was identified on Wednesday, Nov. 9, with a knife stuck in his head in a mountain village of Cebu Town. (Picture courtesy of Theresa Marie Vidal)

CEBU Town — A stray pet found with a knife embedded in his head bought the tender-loving treatment he necessary from pet lovers in this town.

Excellent Samaritans brought the Aspin to a veterinarian for substantially-essential surgery after his rescue on Nov. 9.

Theresa Marie Vidal, an animal lover who led the rescue, claimed she discovered about the pet dog via social media.

Shots of the pet with a knife caught in his head went viral on Nov. 6 just after these were being circulated on Facebook.

On Tuesday, Vidal explained she, some mates, and rescuers went again to Sito Bandila in the mountain barangay of Bonbon to glimpse for the pet dog but to no avail.

“We speculated the puppy went into hiding or was too weak to walk and it’s possible just died where ever he was,” she claimed.

It was Jezzrel Tabal, an ambulant seller, who initial located the pet with a knife in its head in Bonbon previous Sunday.

Inhabitants reportedly tried using to take out the knife in the dog’s head but the animal ran away.

Tabal posted the dog’s ailment on social media on Sunday to get assist from animal lovers.

Vidal reported searching for the pet dog was an uphill climb.

“We searched almost everywhere: grassy locations and abandoned structures in the spot. We questioned inhabitants living in Sitio Bandila, such as college students and habal-habal (motorcycle-for-employ) drivers (but to no avail),” she mentioned.

After 4 days, Vidal and the other rescuers located Bonbon alive.

Vidal promptly introduced the canine to Dr. Ryan Yandug, a veterinarian in Barangay Guadalupe.

At midday on Wednesday, the canine was in secure ailment soon after the knife was removed from its head. The knife barely grazed his brain.

Rescuers named the pet “Bonbon” from the village wherever he was identified.

Vidal thanked those people who aided find the wounded pet dog.

“Finding him was not uncomplicated. The highway and the spot are now a wrestle. Thank you to these who achieved out,” she claimed.

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