A Tale of Resilience and Connection: Kaali Extraordinary Journey
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In October 2021, I met Kaali in a dark alley, being attacked by seven stray dogs. I was hesitant to keep another dog due to personal circumstances. The puppy was suffering from jaundice and various infections, and even the vets had little hope. I did not want to give up on Kaali and it was her determination to survive.
During recovery, I had to force-feed Kaali and administer medicines against her wishes. Kaali was initially aloof and seemed to miss her mother, often finding solace in dark corners of the home or the balcony. Building trust with Kaali took time, involving daily walks, conversations, and playing games together. Gradually, I introduced Kaali to my Doberman, Saasha, who initially intimidated the young pup. However, over time, Kaali grew accustomed to Saasha's presence, and they established their own dynamics.
Kaali displayed a street-smart and independent personality, being aware of the dangers outside and easily handling other dogs. She was territorial and protective of her toys and food. Her senses were highly attuned, recognizing my family’s arrival even before entering the gates. When separated, both Kaali and Saasha showed signs of missing each other and would protect one another if any threats arose.
Initially, my family disapproved of having pets, and never came to my home. However, as time passed, both Kaali and Saasha won their hearts over. The pets learned to behave well around family members, sensing their vibes and energies. Today, the family loves both pets equally, and the pets reciprocate by not jumping or bothering the family members.
Overall, I am glad that I was able to provide my pets a loving home. We practiced the power of trust, companionship, and understanding between humans and animals, ultimately fostering a harmonious bond within the family.