Teenager’s Crusade for Animals Leads To Owning His Very Own Shelter

By Nick Washington Dec 1, 2016

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An 11-year-old boy named Ken, from The Philippines, decided to take matters into his own hands when he saw pets suffering in his hometown. At just 8 years old, Ken founded Happy Animals Club, a no-kill shelter where he lends his personal touch to caring for dogs and cats.
Ken’s shelter was so successful, he began receiving donations from all over the world. He used the donations to buy pet supplies, food and even more workers for Happy Animals Club. The operation grew so large and so fast that Ken couldn’t keep up with everything.
There’s a puppy named Hyena came to the shelter as a scared youngster suffering from mange. After Ken and the rest of the crew cared for Hyena, the puppy recovered and lives a very happy life.
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A few years before now, Ken took in a litter of six abandoned puppies. All of them had very thin fur and were basically skin and bones. A year after the major rescue, the pups grew to healthy dogs that Ken named after famous scientists such as Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr and Sir Isaac Newton.
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Cats also receive help at Happy Animals Club. One kitty, which Ken named Ceiling, arrived at the shelter filled with fleas and very hungry. Today, ceiling is a chubby kitty with plenty of happiness in his eyes, and it’s all thanks to a boy with a kind heart for animals. Way to go, Ken!
Source: Honesttopaws
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