Carla on feeding horses in Lipa shelter: There’s nothing more rewarding than this

  • Kapuso actress Carla Abellana visited a temporary shelter in Lipa, Batangas; where a number of horses have been staying since the recent Taal Volcano eruption
  • On Instagram, Carla shared a video of her while feeding one of the horses
  • She said there is nothing more rewarding than being with the badly hurt animals during such a difficult time

Amid her busy schedule as a celebrity, Kapuso actress Carla Abellana took time to visit a temporary animal shelter in Lipa, Batangas; joining the Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) in taking care of a number of animals.

Image capture from @carlaangeline’s video | Instagram

On Instagram, Carla shared a video of her while feeding one of the horses in a shelter where a number of horses had been taken since the recent Taal Volcano eruption happened.

“It feels so good to be able to see that these horses are safe, far away from volcano island and slowly recovering. There are a total of 48, so far, at the temporary shelter in Lipa, Batangas. The worst burn cases were brought here and it was so painful seeing the burns all over their faces and bodies. They’re having a hard time breathing, as well. They have a long way to go after all the trauma, but they will get there eventually,” she wrote on the caption of her post.

She said there is nothing more rewarding than being with the badly hurt animals amid such a difficult time and letting them feel that everything is going to be alright.

“I am extremely glad to meet them personally. There’s nothing more rewarding than getting to feed them, talk to them, and touch them to let them feel that it’s gonna be alright. I hope and pray more animals will be evacuated from Batangas. Because we don’t want to lose any more precious lives should Taal Volcano fully erupt,” the actress added.

Image capture from @carlaangeline’s video | Instagram

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