Partners, not pounds: There is more to animal welfare than rounding up strays

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BULACAN, Philippines — It’s three in the afternoon, and the familiar smell of dog food, cooked meat, and rice wafts through the air. Dozens of dogs begin wag their tails and bark in anticipation and in unison, while their caretakers pile food onto each dog’s plate. One of Pawssion Project’s caretakers fills a dog bowl with a mixture of dog food, meat and rice. Meanwhile, the cats wait patiently to be fed inside their enclosure. This is how a regular afternoon goes at Pawssion Project in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan, a small shelter that Malou Perez put up in 2019. Its sister shelter, located in…

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