Lonely Homeless Boy Rescues A Street Pup, Doesn’t Know Pup Will Return The Favor In Touching Way

There are few things more heartbreaking than seeing a child living on the streets. Sadly, it’s more common than most people realize.

Few things are more sad than witnessing a child surviving on the streets. Unfortunately, it is more frequent than most people know.



Photographer Maria Kabs came across a young boy named Rommel Quemenales living on the streets of Quezon City, Philippines, and chose to photograph him for her Facebook page. Rommel may have been homeless, but he had discovered a way to make his life more enjoyable. He'd taken in a puppy who was also living on the streets. Qaboos was moved by their friendship and decided to shoot together. Despite their living conditions, Rommel and his canine companion are content. They no longer have to be lonely because they have each other.





Kabs shared her images on Facebook, and they received a lot of attention. They have had an impact on many people. Although everyone wishes Rommel wasn't homeless and could have a regular upbringing, they are gratified he has a playmate to play with and make him happy.




Rommel's story is much more tragic than most people believe. He told the photographer that his parents had divorced and that he had to drop out of school after the second grade. He also said that he has a sister in another town and that when he has the money, he goes to see her. He wants to go back to school and play with other children of the same age. He said that he discovered the puppy and named him Badgi.




Rommel's best buddy is Badge, with whom he spends the entire day playing. Rommel likes to teach Badge new things and cuddle with him at night. Rommel was dealt a bad hand, but he has learnt to care for people and to be empathetic. Buggy and Rommel are really lucky to have each other. Hopefully, their situation will improve one day.

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  • john swinkels
    john swinkels August 23, 2021 at 11:12 PM

    So why cant we as a collective of christians look after this child. what the hell happens to all our donations now. I have no faith in the larger organisations it appears it has become a business.

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