In an effort to help raise funds for the rescued Taal horses, Philippine Animal Welfare Society launched the #PAWSFurstDate Taal edition on February 12 and 13. 

GET READY FOR A ONE-OF-A-KIND VALENTINE'S DATE.❤️ This year we present the #PAWSfursdateTAAL edition! This two-day…

Nai-post ni Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) noong Lunes, Pebrero 10, 2020

Forty-four rescued horses from the Taal Volcano eruption became the Valentine’s dates of some animal lovers. 

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!?❤️WHAT: Valentines date with the PAWS rescued horses from Taal (Activities include grooming…

Nai-post ni Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) noong Martes, Pebrero 4, 2020

The date fee was priced at “P1,000 per person excluding transportation expenses which will be divided among the number of guests that day.” 

Proceeds from the initiative will go to the PAWS horses rehabilitation fund. 

Activities from the two-day event include grooming and spending time with the rescued horses. 

On its Facebook page, PAWS shared a video of the guests having a good time with the horses. 

The post read: “Our guests today enjoyed learning about the story of horses rescued from the volcano eruption last month. Today they learned how to properly approach, groom, and feed rescued horses. They also got to spend time bonding with their very special date.” 

Day 1 of the #PAWSfurstdateTAAL edition for the benefit of the 44 rescued horses under PAWS's care. Our guests today enjoyed learning about the story of horses rescued from the volcano eruption last month. Today they learned how to properly approach, groom, and feed rescued horses. They also got to spend time bonding with their very special date. Thanks again to everyone who took time to support and donate towards this fundraising event for our horse rehabilitation program. You can also help by donating online at www.paws.org.ph.❤️? #PAWSphilippines #AnimalWelfare #rescuedismyfavoritebreed #Philippines

Nai-post ni Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) noong Martes, Pebrero 11, 2020

Horses and other animals were among the most affected by the sudden Taal eruption last January.