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Horses in Tagaytay need our help — Please, spread the news

Horses in Tagaytay need our help — Please, spread the news

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Some horses were left abandoned by their owners in Talisay, Batangas City after the Taal Volcano erupted on Sunday afternoon.

In a video posted by Dave Encarnacion on Facebook, horses were covered with ash spewed by Taal Volcano. According to some netizens who shared the video, these horses are used to attract tourists in the said area but left abandoned with no food and shelter for days.

Watch the full video here:

Meanwhile, horse owners in Tagaytay City have already rescued some of the animals. In fact, these horses have become part of tourism livelihood of Tagaytay. They served as the mode of transportation to Taal Lake.

Watch the video below uploaded by Yummie Dingding of the Daily Tribune.

https://www.facebook.com/tribunephl/posts/2476285982583096

Netizens react to horses’ poor situation

Furthermore, some netizens also shared their reactions to the poor situation of the abandoned animals.

https://twitter.com/erabnvntraa/status/1217008258000420864

https://twitter.com/bbjzminju3/status/1216981047239499776

 

Meanwhile, Taal Volcano still remains to be on Alert Level 4. This means eruption can occur within the next few hours or days, Phivolcs (Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology) confirmed this on Monday. Furthermore, authorities have already advised residents near the incident area to evacuate for their safety.

Keep safe, people!

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