This adorable dog was dumped in the marketplace after being split from his mom. The dog was still a puppy.
He crouched against the corner, unsure what to do next. The pup had not learned to survive without his mom, and he was unable to care for himself.
And there was no one to look after him. Natalia discovered the dog outside her market stall.
She observed the small kid resting in a puddle on her way to work the next morning. The dog was clearly well-groomed, and his mom definitely adored him.
She scooped up the infant from the pool and carried it into the tent. The dog was obviously famished.
He was still too tiny to feed on his own. The girl was required to buy kid food and nurse from a bottle.
When the infant had finished eating, the dilemma of where to put the pup next emerged. He was too tiny to live at the shelter.
He would not have gotten along with the older pets there. Furthermore, enteritis, which is hazardous for such a newborn, was prevalent across the town’s facilities.
She had not determined what to do with the pup at the end of the day. But she realized she couldn’t abandon him on the streets.
The girl left him in the marketplace tent all night to ensure that he survived the night without incident.
Daisy, the dog, now lives in a marketplace pavilion. She is with him throughout the day, but he is by himself at the night.
He walks about the gloomy tent in the dark, looking for his mom. He frequently weeps out of solitude and dread.
However, no one approaches to console and calm him. She comes there in the morning. She gives the dog food, and the pup gets companionship for several hours.
This helps him to forget about his solitude, only for a while. He is still very tiny, but he has already been through a lot in his existence.
He was taken from his mom when he was quite little and abandoned on the street, alone and vulnerable.
Why had humanity been so harsh to this poor creature? Animals, like us, have souls. They struggle as well, but they can’t really tell anyone about their pain.
Tossing such a pup out onto the streets is equivalent to pushing a five-month-old infant out of the household and asking it to survive and care for itself all alone.
What’s wrong with people? Why can’t we simply be kind to each other and help one another?
We all deserve to live, even the tiniest creature that walks on the earth as we all do.