Ken lives in the Philippines and is 11 years old. He founded his own animal shelter when he was only 8. He called it the Happy Animals Club. Since then, Ken has adopted many animals and is supported and financed by people from all over the world.
Most of the dogs that come to the shelter are malnourished, exhausted and scared. Ken sees to it that they recover.
An example of what this child is Hyena. When Ken found her, apart from being in terrible health, this dog was terribly scared.
But after Ken’s care and affection, Hyena has been completely transformed. And she now she looks so pretty and happy.
But Ken not only rescues dogs, he also rescues cats. One of those cats is Ceiling, an adorable little creature. When she arrived at the Happy Animals Club, she was dirty, hungry, and full of fleas.
But Ken fed him, and in just a few months he gained weight. He is now a very pretty and robust cat.
But the most shocking case is that of these six little puppies that Ken picked up from the street in December 2014. All six were in a terrible state, they didn’t even look like dogs, rather big rats.
Still, Ken adopted them, treated them with medication, and fed them. No one else had wanted to take care of these little, practically hairless puppies. Since they seemed like six smart and rambunctious kids, Ken called them six famous scientists.
Tesla, the smartest. She manages without assistance and is able to escape from a “maximum security” cage. So she needs a lot of activity to keep her busy.
The nice Plank has turned out to be a female. But he has kept his name.
Pascal, quite a casanova. He is the smallest of the group but he makes up for it with how affectionate he is.
Newton is the sweetest and has a very soft, shiny coat. Also, he is the most calm and adorable.
Einstein, always sticking out his tongue.
And finally Bohr, like Niels Bohr, very nervous and quite a young “gentleman”.
Since Ken had the initiative to create this animal shelter, thousands of people have financed it from many parts of the world and have supported him in his fight to rescue stray animals and give them a better home. There are forty animals that live in the Happy Animals Club and there are many volunteers who help Ken take care of his “tenants”.