Recently, a young Malaysian girl decided to go out of her way to help an injured puppy. She saw the puppy got hit by a car and quickly attended to it.
After bringing it to the vet, it was discovered that the poor puppy suffered a broken leg. The vet told her that the puppy would need at least two months for it to fully recover.
This heartwarming story was shared in a tweet by @nocaaa_.
Semalam aku nampak anak anjing ni kena langgar depan mata, allahuakhbar siapa je sanggup tinggalkan anak anjing kesakitan macam tu. Aku pun terus bawa dia gi vet, doctor cakap tulang dia kaki kiri dia patah tapi dalam masa 2 bulan boleh cantum semula. Continue- pic.twitter.com/dMrtLLcLQt
— Caa (@nocaaa_) September 22, 2020
Due to some unavoidable circumstances, the young woman is unable to care for the puppy. At the time of writing this article, the woman is currently looking for people who are able to care for the puppy.
The generous young woman also said that she will also be giving dog food, a cage and some necessities to take care of it.
If anyone is interested to adopt the cute puppy please feel free to contact the person below:
Fatin Nursyahirah Binti Mahisham: 011-1155 4550.
Please share this to anyone who might be interested to help.
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