[UPDATE] Magnificent 5 volunteer at Animal Welfare and Cape Town shows them love
A few weeks ago five young boys from Philippi spotted this labrador in the bushes. He was malnourished and not in good shape. After some effort, they managed to create a rope collar and walked the dog all the way to the Animal Welfare Society of SA which is also based in Philippi.
Now their rescue, appropriately named Champ, is looking so much healthier and happier, and the boys have begun volunteering at the welfare society every Saturday!
Look how well this beautiful pooch is doing.
Rosemead Spar donated a R1000 voucher to for each boy to spend in-store and a gift bag full of goodies for their wonderful good deed.
The big-hearted young boys have received so much love from Capetonians.
Organisations, companies, and individuals have opened their hearts to the five boys and animal welfare's beautiful rescue. Check out the Animal Welfare Society of South Africa Facebook page for more beautiful photos and videos and generosity.
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