The Avilon Zoo in Rizal province asks the public to help them provide food and veterinary services for its animals during the quarantine period.
In a Facebook post last May 9, the zoo said they have exerted their best effort in providing all the animals’ needs, but must admit that it has been challenging.
“We must admit though that it is quite challenging to maintain good quality animal care and veterinary services in this extraordinary time. We need your support,” the zoo said.
They appeal to the public to avail their admission tickets online, which can be used at any time they prefer when the quarantine restrictions are lifted.
“Avail as much as you can and help us continue to provide for our animals and the people taking care of them. We greatly appreciate your kind support!” the zoo added.
The zoo is currently the largest zoological institution of the Philippines in terms of collection of live animals.
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