A freshman holds a dying shelter puppy in her hands all night long so that he won’t perish by himself.
She is a university student and the organization’s director for the animal shelter. Since she first saw him in the playground, emaciated and fragile, she had wanted to help him. She spent some time with him and saw the opposite in his eyes. He is tired of fighting.
Veterinarians looked after him for a few days, but his situation wasn’t good. On the back limb, a sizable malignant tumor was discovered. The illness, it seems, has already spread throughout the body. The only thing that can be done for Him in his later years is to give him warmth and attention.
She made the choice to stay with Him rather than give him a comfortable sleeping space. I didn’t like to leave him when he most needed my support because I had a feeling he’d get worse the next morning.
She gathered up all the bedding and covers for the cages and put them in the laundry room. She spent the entire night with Him curled up on the floor, giving him kisses and encouraging words.
Wallace may have only ever experienced being in a caring person’s care once during his life. “ He slept like a baby and cuddled up to me like a baby. I had a bad dream and woke up with tears in my eyes.