Every day, This Kind Mother Still Drags Thin Body To The Street to Ask for Food to Bring Back Pups Indra, the mother dog, was a strong and loving mother.
She had been born on the streets and had always struggled to provide for herself and her puppies. But no matter how hard life got, she never gave up. One day, as she was out searching for food, she suddenly felt a sharp pain in her hind leg. She tried to put weight on it, but it wouldn’t support her.
She had contracted polio and was now unable to walk properly. Despite her condition, Indra refused to let it stop her from finding food for her puppies. She dragged herself along, using her front legs to pull herself forward. The rain was pouring down, drenching her fur, but she never lost her determination.
Days turned into weeks and weeks turned into months. Indra and her puppies were getting weaker, but she never gave up. She continued to search for food, even though it was becoming increasingly difficult.
One day, a kind woman saw her struggling on the street and took her and her puppies to the vet. The vet confirmed that Indra had polio and would never be able to walk normally again. But the kind woman was determined to help. She found a warm and comfortable home for Indra and her puppies, and provided them with all the food and medical care they needed. Indra was overjoyed at the love and care she and her puppies were receiving.
She no longer had to struggle to find food, and her puppies were finally safe and healthy. She was a devoted mother, always watching over her children and protecting them. Years went by, and Indra’s puppies grew up and left the nest. But Indra never forgot the kindness that had been shown to her and her family.
She spent the rest of her days in her warm and loving home, surrounded by the love and care of the kind woman who had rescued her. And although she could never walk properly again, her spirit was unbroken and her love for her children was unwavering.
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