From the time we are very young, we will often cling to something that is comforting to us. It may be our favourite blanket or perhaps a stuffed animal but when we have something to hold onto, it really brings us the comfort that we need. This is true when we are young but even many adults still cling to something when they need comfort. It seems as if it is not only people who need this type of comfort, but dogs need it as well.
The two stray puppies in this story were living on the streets of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. These puppies were fortunate enough to be rescued by Buddhist nuns but prior to the time that they were rescued, something rather interesting was recognised. Life must of been difficult for them living on the street because they were hugging each other and they haven’t stopped since they started.
These dogs were found on the streets of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. They are stray puppies who were adopted by Buddhist nuns but they have been hugging each other ever since.
Nobody knows how long they were living on the street but nobody helped them until the Buddhist nuns took the pair in. They are now inseparable.
Since they have been brought to the temple, the bigger puppy clings to the smaller puppy. The two of them have helped each other to get used to their new surroundings.
Since they are adjusting to a new life, they started to relax and trust their owners. The big dog still didn’t want to let go.
Thankfully, they have good care now and they are no longer living on the streets. The puppies were able to relax and let go of that forever hug.
Sometimes dogs have a difficulty learning to trust when they live in such difficult circumstances. These two puppies were able to learn how to do so thanks to human friendship.
The bigger pup leg go of his tiny friend when he knew that they would be okay. They have never been separated for very long.
There’s no accounting for the comfort that these two dogs found from each other while they were wandering the streets. Now they have other friends.
H/T: Honest to Paws
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