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Jul. 16, 19 | 12:05 pm

DUBAI: In this era of “Lion King,” “Finding Nemo,” “Ice Age” and “Madagascar,” this fresh grad’s story is a winner!

Maria Kristine Neeve Cambel, a 20-year-old student who graduated with a degree of BS Psychology from Cavite State University in Indang, Cavite, is thankful for her family and friend – and to their rooster, most especially.

Cambel recently dedicated her Facebook page to their feathered family pet, “bunso,” thanking the cockerel for helping her not miss school.

“Gusto kong malaman mo na ikaw ang isa sa mga rason kung bakit ako [sinipag] mag-aral dahil tiktilaok mo pa lang sa umaga, mapapabangon na agad ako,” Cambel said in her post.

“Nang dahil din sa iyo, nakapagtapos ako sa kolehiyo. Thank you tinulungan mo parents ko financially and you also helped them to become responsible parents to you chickens,” she said.

She also expressed fondness for “bunso” for all the rough times it has gone through during fights, saying: “wieee soar high, fly high!”

Cambel also could not hide a somewhat sense of sibling rivalry with “Bunso.”
“I also want to tell you that I have hard feelings with you a little bit because you are more favorite of our parents especially papa :— < so sometimes i want to make you, tinola lol,” she said.

The fresh grad told Inquirer.net that their family has been raising fighting roosters for years, and they already have approximately 200 roosters.

Being an animal lover, she has a message for her beloved pets and other pet owners: “Whenever I’m down, kayo lang yung nalalapitan ko (you pets are all that I can turn to) and all of you are willing to listen to me. Let us all appreciate the animals around us.”

Of course, Cambel did not forget to thank her parents, friends, pet dogs and God for helping her fulfill her dreams of finishing school.

As of writing, her post has amassed over 11,000 reactions, 800 comments and 3,200 shares.

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