Life gets a bit better when you have someone to hold onto. Obviously, these two pups got that all figured out. Found alone and abandoned on the streets of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, these two puppies were adopted by Buddhist nuns who saw them clinging onto each other and decided to take them in.
Yet, even after they were taken into safety, the two pups would not let go of each other.
They were found sitting all alone on the streets of Ho Chi Minh, lost and confused about the world around them.
Abandoned, no one paid any attention to them until the Buddhist nuns decided to take them in.
The bigger pup held tight onto his little buddy, protecting her from the dangerous world out there.
Seeing them together, it breaks one’s heart to even think about what they must have seen and gone through.
But now they are slowly getting back to their feet and feeling more confident.
Because they know they have found their safe haven.
The bigger pup certainly is feeling more relaxed.
Because he knows he is surrounded with love and care.
Aren’t these two a wonderful example of the inner need to stay safe and protect one another. We have much to learn from them.