Watch: Animal Survivors in Taal Volcano Island Finally Rescued by Authorities

Netizens were grateful for the animal survivors who were finally rescued by authorities and residents two days after the Taal Volcano started to spew ashes that almost wiped the life on the whole island.


In some photos posted on social media and a video being posted online, it showed the remaining horses being used to transport people in Taal had been brought to the mainland via boat by the Philippine Coast Guard and volunteer groups to receive veterinary care.



Aside from the horses being rescued, residents and volunteers also rescued dogs, pigs cows, chickens and other animals.

One of the heartbreaking video showing a horse being trapped in the mud after being left by its owner in the volcano island had gone viral, due to its popularity, it raised the calls of the netizens to rescue the remaining animals in Taal.


The video posted by the netizen also claimed being worried after the PDRRMO of Batangas said they will no longer be able to rescue the horses that have served the tourists, as well as the other livestock on the island.



Last Tuesday, Taal Volcano's activity got calmer than the last few days, which gives some go signal for the authorities and residents that they can go bac to the island to rescue their animals.

However, the rescuer said they need a bigger boat to rescue all the animals being trapped in the island and for them to move their efforts faster in rescuing the animal survivors.

Watch the Video of the the Animal Rescue in Taal:



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Watch: Animal Survivors in Taal Volcano Island Finally Rescued by Authorities Watch: Animal Survivors in Taal Volcano Island Finally Rescued by Authorities Reviewed by Phil Newsome on January 17, 2020 Rating: 5
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