While jogging, a kind woman saw a dog lying motionless in the middle of the road. She appeared weary in the roughly 40-degree heat. With the gaping cut near her tail, she knew the poor dog was in a lot of agony.
"I guessed she had been lying there for quite some time. How could anyone come across a suffering creature like this without help?" The nice woman stated.
There were noises of puppies returning. Following that sound, the woman was moved to tears by the spectacle in front of her.
The mother dog's children wept bitterly. They were lying on the muddy ground. Maybe they were hungry and thirsty, and they missed their mother. It took a long time for the woman to reach them. She summoned a car, and they took the mother dog and her puppies to the vet.
"I knew I didn't have much time left. Maya was really critical."
At the vet, Maya was still panting. Lower abdomen is severely infected. She was suffering from anemia and dehydration. The doctor immediately administered first aid and treated her. She was undergoing transfusion.
The children were also fainting from hunger. It took a long time for them to shower and warm up, and feeding them was difficult. They wept and choked on the milk at times. That concerned me.
"What was wrong with them having to go through such things when they were just born. Thankfully, my presence saved them from probable death. I named the mother dog Maya, and I will let the other puppies be named by their adopters "The nice woman stated.
When Maya awoke after four days, the first thing she did was search around for her children. Motherhood was a precious and joyful experience. She pumped milk for the children to drink when she had calmed down a little.
The babies pressed their faces to their mother's hot milk. They yelled for gladness and excitement.
After more than 20 days, finally this day had come. Maya's wound had been healed. They were released from the vet and returned home with the compassionate woman who had saved them.
She prepared a new home for their family. They will now be able to live together in fullness and contentment.