Angel Locsin asks for prayers for her sick dog, “Please pray for her. Her kidneys are failing.”




Last friday, actress Angel Locsin took to Instagram a photo of herself hugging her adorable dog, Pwet-pwet, while in a hospital for treatment. Angel asked for prayers for her sick fur baby
as it suffered kidney problem.

“Please pray for her. Her kidneys are failing," Angel wrote with a broken heart emoji.


Pwet-pwet is a female hypoallergenic bichon frise and netizens absolutely adore her fluffiness and cuteness every time Angel shares her pet dog’s photos online.




It can also be remembered that Pwet-pwet appeared on Magandang Buhay four years ago when Angel was promoting her movie “The Third Party.”


She was turning 9 at the time and now she’s 13, which probably scares Angel more as her baby already reached the expected life expectancy of a bichon (12-15 years).


It is a critical age for her fur baby’s health condition and prayers will certainly help her regain strength and speed up her recovery.


Get well soon cutie Pwet-pwet! Don’t make mommy Angel worry too much. Thoughtful prayers sent your way that you will soon feel better again.



Source: Instagram

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