Tuesday, August 16, 2016

This boy finds six big “rats” behind a church. One year later they look completely different.


Ken lives in the Philippines and is 11 years old. He is something of a local celebrity because he founded his own animal shelter when he was just eight. He named it the Happy Animals Club. Since then, Ken has adopted dozens of animals into the Happy Animals Club and people are supporting him from all over the world.

Most of the dogs that come to the Club are half-starved, exhausted, and terrified. Ken has to nurse them back to health.
One good example of such a dog is named Hyena. Apart from her terribly poor health, she was also terrified.
But after receiving loving care from Ken, Hyena was completely transformed. She became such a beauty.
Ken doesn't just rescue dogs, but cats as well. One of these cats is Ceiling, a loving little creature. When he originally came to the Happy Animals Club, he was dirty, hungry, and covered in fleas.
But Ken cleaned the little guy up, fed him, and nursed him back to a sprightly and loving cat.
But the most unbelievable "guests" were these six puppies that Ken picked up off the streets in December 2014. The six were in such a terrible condition, that they no longer looked like dogs, rather like big rats. 
Nevertheless, he adopted them, treated them with medication, and fed them. No one else had wanted to care for these sweet, practically furless pups. Because they all turned out to be clever little rambunctious boys, Ken named them after six famous scientists.

Bohr, named after Niels Bohr, an excitable young gentleman.
Einstein, who sticks out his tongue, just like his namesake.
Newton, the sweet one with shimmering soft fur who has a calm and loving soul.
Pascal, the casanova. He is indeed the smallest of the pack, but he makes up for it with his affectionate manner.
The happy Planck, who actually turned out to be a girl. But she got to keep the name.
Tesla, the most clever. He managed to single-handedly break out of the "most secure" pen. So he needs tons of activities to keep him occupied!
Since Ken does such good work with his shelter, thousands of people support him from all over the world in his fight to rescue animals from the streets and give them a better home. Forty animals live in the Happy Animals Club and many volunteers help Ken to take care of his adorable brood of grateful guests. If this 11-year-old's impressive feat has touched you, feel free to share this article with other animal lovers. The Happy Animals Club can only continue with your support.