In Quezon City, 13 dogs died after a fire engulfed a compound
QUEZON CITY – Thirteen dogs have died after a fire engulfed a compound in Brgy. Bahay Toro. The fire reportedly broke out at around 3:00 PM last Thursday and unfortunately, the dogs could not be rescued.
According to the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), the fire reached the first alarm. The BFP was able to put out the fire successfully and is currently investigating the cause of the incident.
The loss of the thirteen dogs is a tragedy that has left many animal lovers heartbroken. The incident serves as a reminder to pet owners to prioritize the safety of their animals, especially in times of emergencies.
It is important for pet owners to have a plan in place in case of emergencies, such as fires. This includes ensuring that all animals are accounted for and that they have easy access to exits. It is also important to have emergency contact numbers on hand, such as the local fire department or animal control center.
Moreover, it is vital for communities to come together and take action to prevent such incidents from happening in the first place. This includes conducting regular safety checks and inspections to ensure that homes and compounds are up to code and have proper fire safety measures in place.
In the meantime, the loss of the thirteen dogs in Quezon City is a tragic reminder of the importance of fire safety and emergency preparedness, not only for humans but for our animal companions as well.
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