Abandoned Puppies on the Streets of Vietnam Can’t Stop Hugging


Animals, like humans, can have difficulties coping with their situation and circumstances after a traumatic situation. It may become difficult for them to find love and warmth. They can’t rely on anyone. For a puppy, even a stuffed toy can give them some joy at times like these. The whole world is one big scary place for young, abandoned animals.

In this case, two stray puppies were abandoned on the streets of Vietnam. It looks like they gave each other the shelter, love, and warmth they both were craving during their toughest times roughing life on strange streets. These two puppies can’t stop hugging each other. It’s almost like nothing in the world can tear them apart.

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The two stray pups were taken off the streets in Ho Chi Minh City by Buddhist nuns and taken to a temple. They have been locked in an eternal hug ever since.

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Nobody knows how long these puppies had been abandoned. Thanks to the nuns, they are finally seeing better days. However, they still can’t seem to let each other go.

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The bigger pup has been very supportive of the younger one and both of them have helped each other get acclimatized to the new surroundings.

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While both of the pups have started to relax a bit, the bigger one is still quite protective of the younger.

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It wasn’t too long before the pups began to trust their rescuers and began to relax. In fact, they finally relaxed to a point in which they could finally let each other lose their hug.

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With a strong bond of friendship right from the start, the two pups now seem to be more accustomed to their new home.

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The larger puppy doesn’t hug his little friend as much as he used to.

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Heartfelt thanks go out to the Buddhist nuns who found it in their heart to rescue abandoned puppies from the streets of Vietnam and give them food and shelter.

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Share your thoughts on abandoned animals in the Comments section below. For more heartwarming stories, check out Meet ‘Friar Bigotón’ – the Stray Pooch Who Became a Monk.

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