Stray Puppy Found Sleeping Peacefully In A Nativity Scene Can Melt The Hardest Heart
November 1, 2018 17:01
All living things are drawn towards warmth, coziness, and safety. Dogs are no exception! They also crave the basest of things to make life more comfortable.
Being men’s best friends, they value the company of humans the most. Unfortunately, they are not always repaid with the same loyalty and unconditional love.
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There are still many homeless dogs trying to cope with hunger and cold on their own. But this is a story with a happy ending. A puppy from Criciuma, in Brazil, found the best shelter ever.
No one really knows where he came from. But as preparations for Christmas were being made and locasl set up a Nativity Scene, they noticed an unexpected guest.
The tiny German Shepherd was sleeping curled up near baby Jesus.
The surprised on-lookers assumed the puppy had nowhere else to go and that, moreover, he had probably been looking for a warm place to stay. The crowd was getting bigger, as everyone wanted to see that heartwarming scene for themselves.
It is believed that, eventually, someone took the stray dog and gave him long-awaited home.
The Christmas season is truly inspiring and it brings out the best in people. Orphanages, nursing homes, and shelters, among others, often receive extra support, but we cannot forget that homeless animals are still out there.
Why is this happening?
One of the reasons is people's refusal to take responsibility or care inappropriately for their pets. Some experts believe that dogs should be sterilized if they aren’t breeding. It can help avoid health problems and the moral dilemma that comes with an unexpected set of pups!
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Before you make the decision to have a dog, think whether you are ready to take that kind of responsibility. They need love and protection, just like us, and we must learn how to treat them with respect.
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