Quilty the cat earns rebel status for repeatedly freeing cat comrades

Aileen Cerrudo   •   November 14, 2019   •   461

Who let the dogs cats out?

Quilty the cat became internet famous after repeatedly freeing his cat comrades at a shelter in Houston, Texas, United States.

Reports say the staff at the Friends for Life Animal Shelter had to collect around 15 cats every morning and put them back inside the cat room.

It was a spooky mystery at first, they did not know who or what kept opening the door in the cat room.

Later, through the security footage, they found out that it was Quilty who was guilty of freeing the other cats.

“Quilty will not be contained and he has no shame. Quilty loves to let cats out of the senior room. Repeatedly. Several times a day,” according to the post of the Friends for Life Animal Shelter.

Apparently, this is not the first time that Quilty the guilty kitty freed an animal comrade.

“This is not a new skill he learned here at the shelter, he used to let his dog sibling in the house at his old home,” the animal shelter said.

Quilty had to be put into a ‘solitary confinement’ for his rebellious act and had to ‘Quilty-proof’ the cat room. This gained a lot of attention from netizens around the world.

The internet fell in love with this rebel and some already made plans to adopt him. Quilty is currently in a sleepover which is a trial period with a potential owner.—AAC

5-year-old hero saves family from fire in Georgia

Aileen Cerrudo   •   February 14, 2020

A 5-year-old boy in Georgia, United States, was able to save his family when their home caught fire.

In a Facebook post of the Bartow County Fire Department (BCFD), 5-year-old Noah Woods woke up to find his bedroom on fire and the only way out was through a window.

Noah was able to save his 2-year-old sister and their dog through the window and woke his uncle up next door to alert the rest of the family.

“Noah and 4 other family members were treated for minor burns and smoke inhalation. Noah is credited for saving himself and 7 other family members,” the post reads.

BCFD Chief Dwayne Jamison will recognize him as an Honorary Bartow County Firefighter and present him with a Lifesaving Award.—AAC

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MMDA officer carries sick child to hospital amid traffic

Aileen Cerrudo   •   January 20, 2020

Mit Javellana and her family were on their way to the hospital. Her son, Earl, was having chills due to high fever and was in need of medical attention.

But their car was not moving due to the severe traffic and they had no choice but to forcefully make their way through just to get to the hospital.

An MMDA officer, Jeremi Lukban, noticed and approached them.

“Nung malaman niyang papuntang ER, nag-offer siya na buhatin si Earl at naglakad na lang pa-ospital (When he learned that we are going to the ER, he offered to carry Earl and walked to the hospital),” Mit said in her Facebook post.

MMDA Chairman Danilo Lim lauded Lukban’s action and reminded the public to never hesitate to ask the MMDA for any assistance.

“Lagi tayong handang tumulong sa ating mga kababayan (We are always ready to help our fellowmen),” he said in his Facebook post.—AAC

Student reminds us you don’t have to be rich to help those in need

Aileen Cerrudo   •   November 14, 2019

Grade 12 student Jasper Mallari never knew he would have another chance to help the same stranger he helped a year ago.

He was riding a jeepney when he noticed a kid who kept staring at him. He ignored it at first until their eyes met, the kid gave him a smile.

He smiled back.

In his Twitter post, Jasper recalled he could not remember who the kid was at that time. But he smiled back anyway. When they both alighted the jeepney, the kid approached him.

“Kuya, thank you po nag-aaral na po ako,” the kid said. That’s when Jasper remembered. He gave the kid a set of school supplies last year.

Jasper couldn’t help but shed a few tears. Who knew that someone like him, a student, could have a lot of impact to another person.

He never expected the kid to remember him or even thank him for the small thing he had done.

Jasper decided to give him more school supplies and was happy to have found another opportunity to spread kindness.

“Hindi mo naman talaga need ang super yaman kasi kung willing ka talaga tumulong for them tutulong at tutulong ka no matter what. Kasi iba iyong pakiramdam na tumutulong sa kapwa (You really don’t need to be super rich because if you are willing to help then you will help them no matter what. Being able to help someone is really a different feeling),” he said.—AAC (with details from Cianell Camposano)

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