For the love of animals: CJ Suzara and furry friend

For the love of animals: CJ Suzara and furry buddy

“Young people just can’t.”

“Why?”

“Because they’re young.”

When it involves exhibiting the world what they’re able to, the youth have at all times gotten a foul rap.

Such views didn’t dampen the spirits of 21-year-old Kristianne Jesse “CJ” Suzara, a 3rd yr BS Psychology main from Colegio de San Lorenzo. For the previous 5 years, CJ has volunteered to assist numerous native animal welfare teams. She additionally rescues and rehabilitates injured and undesirable animals from the streets.

Influenced by her siblings, CJ was 5 years outdated when she first acquired concerned in animal rescues. As she acquired older, she did volunteer work for an NGO for her NSTP (National Service Training Program) class, then for the Mandaluyong Animal Shelter, the town pound of Mandaluyong.

Together together with her mom, CJ entered the world of animal rescue, by no means considering of the affect it might have of their lives.

Today, CJ is a part of the Philippine Animal Rescue Team (PART), a Securities and Exchange Commission-registered group that rescues and rehabilitates deserted and injured animals across the nation for adoption into good properties.

Part-time and full-time volunteers have traveled in every single place for this advocacy. They have gone on a highway journey to Batangas and brought a ship to Quezon Province to avoid wasting animals and convey them to their new properties.

Funding PART is a problem as a result of it depends on the generosity of pals, animal lovers and donors. Also, few individuals select to spend their money and time on animal welfare organizations, and even fewer pledges go to cats.

When funds are restricted, volunteers shell out cash from their very own pockets to purchase meals, medication and different wants for the animals of their care.

Animal abuse

Jack ready for adoption

Jack prepared for adoption

Sadly, volunteers encounter all forms of animal abuse each day. Keeping a canine in its cage for days, or leaving a canine chained to at least one spot the place it eats, sleeps, poops and pees are thought-about types of abuse. Even merely forgetting to convey a canine into the home when it rains is an act of cruelty.

“We have to remember that animals are living beings. Like people, they are alive,” says CJ. “We feel for these animals and take them in because we know that others won’t. It’s really about love for animals.”

PART’s volunteers study concerning the worth of life. They additionally develop compassion, persistence and willpower. These are qualities they draw upon once they rescue an animal caught beneath a bridge or inside a manhole.

Meanwhile, love comes naturally once they save an animal, look after it and discover a appropriate household to undertake it.

A happy student volunteer

A contented scholar volunteer

While rescuing an deserted canine and rehabilitating it again to good well being is a rewarding expertise, the actual reward for CJ and PART volunteers is seeing the canine welcomed by a loving household.

Age shouldn’t matter in the case of saving lives—be it human or animal. —CONTRIBUTED

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