Seeing the heart-wrenching scene of these unfortunate puppies remaining loyal by their deceased mother’s side at the abandoned railway could evoke emotions

In a vicinity near an abandoned railway, a group of unfortunate puppies resided, among them, a special one. This particular puppy, following the untimely demise of its mother, an elderly dog struck by a passing train on that very railway, steadfastly remained by her side.

Day after day, the devoted puppy returned to the railway, yearning for its mother’s return, unaware that she had passed away long ago. Each time it discovered a dry leaf, it would perch on it, tenderly licking its tears, as if beckoning its mother back.

This poignant routine persisted for several days until a young woman passing by the railway bore witness to this heart-rending spectacle. She was moved by a profound sense of empathy and decided to extend her help to the group of puppies.

Carrying a basket brimming with cookies and refreshments, she approached the puppies, including the special one. The unique puppy eagerly leaped onto the basket and indulged in the treats, yet it still returned to the railway, alighting upon the dry leaf, as if persistently in search of its mother.

The girl couldn’t hold back her tears as she watched this heartrending scene unfold. Overwhelmed with sympathy, she resolved to take the special puppy home, where she would provide it with the care and nurturing it deserved.

From that moment on, the special puppy found itself in a new home, with a new family, and we remain optimistic that it will discover joy and contentment in its fresh start. This story serves as a poignant reminder that love and compassion have the power to help us surmount the challenges and adversities in our lives.

Man rescues 31 dogs from slaughterhouse in south-central Vietnam

A man from Khanh Hoa Province, south-central Vietnam spent VND24 million (US$1,027) rescuing 31 dogs from a slaughterhouse and is now looking for their owners.

The man, 46-year-old Do Minh Khoi from Nha Trang City, which is the provincial capital, shared the story to his Facebook page on Wednesday.

According to Khoi’s account, his two dogs were stolen while he was on a business trip in Hanoi, prompting him and his son to scour dozens of slaughterhouses between Nha Trang City and Dien Khanh District, also in Khanh Hoa Province, to find their beloved pets.

On Wednesday morning, Khoi arrived at a facility in Dien Khanh and saw dozens of dogs locked in cages, ready to be slaughtered. 

He wound up buying all of them from the abattoir in order to save them.

“Many of the dogs were exhausted and lying still, while some were sticking their paws out as if they were asking me to save them,” Khoi recalled.

The man said he paid a total of VND20 million ($856) to buy the dogs and another VND4 million ($171) to transport them to his home in Nha Trang.

Khoi later posted the story on Facebook in the hope of finding each dog’s owner.

As of Thursday, two people had been reunited with their pets thanks to Khoi.

“Seeing the dogs wagging their tails when they saw their owners made me really happy,” Khoi said.

Ha Thuy Tram, 28, from Khanh Hoa’s Cam Lam District, said she lost her dog several days earlier.

Tram’s family had raised the dog for two years before it was stolen. They searched several dog meat shops and slaughterhouses in the locality after the canine disappeared.

“I discovered that my dog had been rescued after seeing Khoi’s status on Facebook, so I decided to travel all the way to Nha Trang to get my pet,” Tram said.

“I wanted to give Khoi some money to thank him for saving my dog, but he refused it.”

Khoi plans to keep the rescued canines at his home for about seven days so that their owners can come and take them home, afterward he will take the remaining dogs to a local animal rescue shelter.

“People who wish to find their lost dogs can come to my house at 30D Dong Nai Street in Phuoc Hai Ward, Nha Trang City, or call 0909473361,” Khoi said.

As of Thursday, Khoi and his family have yet to find their own lost pets.

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