Despite running and jumping in the backyard, ReyJr. had so much fun playing in the rain with Ezekiel, his owner. Both of them were panting when they entered the living room. A trail of muddy paws and human feet lead to their favorite spot by the fireplace ReyJr. shook his golden brown coat to Ezekiel's amusement.
It had been six years since he was rescued - an Angel found and saved him from drowning in a flood.
"Come here boy! Time to dry your dirty fur," called Ezekiel, who got a fresh towel from the bathroom. ReyJr. then came up to Ezekiel, rolled on the floor belly up and looked at him with playfully loyal and loving puppy dog eyes.
The only memories of Reyjr. about the rain were these moments when he played with Ezekiel; his guardian Angel - his best bud.
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Pangasinan Provincial Officials are requesting for Help to National Gov't
Pangasinan is 90% flooded and parts of Baguio City is underwater. According to News the town of Aparri in Cagayan Valley is likewise inundated. Going to North Luzon Motorist are advised to postponed their trip view a lot of National Road are impassable and dangerous.
The local government of Pangasinan is requesting for help to evacuate people to safe areas. There requesting for rubber boat, life raft and helicopter for the evacuation to higher areas.
The affected areas are Aguilar, Basista, Urbiztondo, Sta. Barbara, Dagupan City, Manaoag, Mangaldan, San Fabian, San Jacinto, Alcala, Bautista, Binaloan, Laoac, Pozorrubio, Sison, Urdaneta City, Villasis, Asingan, Bulangao, Natividad, Rosales, San Manuel, San Nicolas, San Quintin, Sta. Maria, Tayug Bayambang, Calasiao, Mapandana and Umingan.
Among the most affected areas are Natividad, Tayug, Asingan and Mangaldan with all the villages there flooded.