There are an estimated 30 million homeless dogs in India. Two of them, from the Indian state of Punjab, were separated from their mother in a terrible catastrophe.
A villager heard the mother dog screaming loudly from a nearby well, where her two puppies had fallen and been stranded.
When the villager peered farther down the well, he spotted something considerably more terrifying: a king cobra laying with the two hapless animals.
King Cobras are feared snakes with venom deadly enough to kill a full-grown elephant in three hours.
Snakes, on the other hand, are typically timid animals who avoid interaction with people. There are other smaller poisonous snakes in India with potentially more fatal bites.
Cobras do not typically view dogs as food, but the puppies' mother and rescue crews were concerned that something terrible might happen.
The snake looked to be defending the puppies rather than attacking them. The cobra kept them safe from the opposite side of the well, which had soft moist earth and might have trapped the puppies.
The little puppies stayed in the well with the cobra for 48 hours, and the cobra never attacked them.
The officials found it simpler than planned to rescue the puppoes. The cobra moved over softly, making it possible for them to easily rescue the puppies.
Creatures frequently demonstrate incredible camaraderie and compassion, especially toward animals of different breeds.
This story, in my opinion, is an excellent illustration of this, and we can certainly learn a lot from it. If you agree, please share this post on Facebook!