A police officer recently made a wheelchair for a disabled stray dog who has been a regular resident of their station in Kalilangan, Bukidnon.
“Tiger” was a stray dog who lost her ability to walk with her hind legs because of a hit-and-run incident. Because of this, she cannot run again and tries to drag her two back legs to go from one place to another.
When Acting Chief of Police of Kalilangan Municipal Police Station Patrick Dela Cruz Castro saw her, he immediately decided to make her a wheelchair.
He improvised a wheelchair on July 2 with only pieces of PVC water pipes, rubber bands and wheels they found from a damaged stroller.
“The improvised wheelchair helps the dog not only physically, but also psychologically, because with the wheelchair, ‘Tiger’ is no incapacitated,” the police station wrote in a Facebook post.
Tiger was given her second chance at running once again.
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