How My Mother Adopted Two Aspins Posted on Sunday, 5 March 2017

Ever since I introduced my two adorable puppies to my mother, she grew very fond of dogs and now even treats them as her babies.  It even led to her adopting two other aspins that lived in our area.

 

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These aspins, Tomato are now being taken care of by our family.  They are free to roam around outside our vicinity but they never stray away too far.  They are always eager to greet members of our family whenever we came home.  Even our other dogs love playing with them!

This just goes to show that it is never too late to start caring for animals, and finding a new source of joy and inspiration. The best part is that practicing compassion is always a two-way relationship – you are able to help others, and at the same time feel the unparalleled happiness that is brought by giving and caring in your heart.


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This entry was posted on Sunday, March 5th, 2017 at 7:26 pm and is filed under Adoption Stories, Pet Stories.

About Bianca Magbujos
If juggling work, graduate studies and taking care of two dogs is a talent act, Bianca would've joined the circus sometime ago. She always has a book hangover and considers coffee as the cure. She is a goal digger and devotes a large portion of her day contemplating on what to add to her future plans. She doesn't want to volunteer as tribute to the Hunger games so she volunteered to help animal welfare instead.
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