Bakunado din si bantay! General Mariano Alvarez Mayor Maricel Torres promotes anti-rabies vaccination
Even four-legged residents got vaccinated in General Mariano Alvarez.
Pets got the jab, not against COVID-19, but against rabies.
In a Facebook post, General Mariano Alvarez Mayor Maricel Torres said the Bet ng Vet Vaccination program was recently conducted in Barangay Ramon Cruz Sr.
The vaccine was offered for free and was administered to the pets by the group led by Humanity for Animals GMA Cavite, Torres said.
She reminded residents that rabies is dangerous, which is why it is important to ensue that pets are inoculated against this disease.
This is an important way of protecting our furry friends, she said.
Even pets need to be vaccinated!
“[‘BET NG VET’ VACCINCATION PROGRAM, ISINAGAWA SA BARANGAY RAMON CRUZ SR.]
Hindi nagpahuli ang mga cute nating pets mula Brgy. Ramon Cruz Sr., dahil ngayong araw ay #vaccinated na rin sila.
Matagumpay ang pamamahagi ng free anti-rabies vaccine para sa mga alagang aso at pusa sa Brgy. Ramon Cruz Sr. Ito ay sa pangunguna ni SKF Nathaniel Nuarin at ng grupong Humanity for Animals GMA Cavite (HAGC),
Muli pong nagpapaalala ang pamahalaang bayan na delikado po ang ‘Rabies Infection; mula sa kagat at laway ng mga alagang aso at pusa na hindi bakunado ng #AntiRabiesVaccine. Kaya kung ayaw mo na makapahamak ang pet mo, pabakunahan mo!
Maging responsableng ‘furr parent’ Pabakunahan ang inyong pet!
#AntiRabiesVaccine,” Torres posted.
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