Rescued Stray Puppies Inseparable, Won't Stop Hugging Each Other

How Buddhist Nuns Saved Two Stray Puppies from the Streets of Vietnam

Imagine being a tiny puppy, alone and afraid in the busy streets of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. No one cares about you, no one feeds you, no one gives you a warm hug. That was the sad reality for two stray puppies until they met their guardian angels: Buddhist nuns from a nearby pagoda.

The nuns spotted the two pups huddled together in a corner, shivering and starving. They decided to rescue them and bring them to their temple, where they gave them food, water, and love. The puppies were so grateful that they couldn't stop hugging each other. They felt safe and protected for the first time in their lives.

The nuns named the bigger pup Ngo (meaning peace) and the smaller one An (meaning grace). They taught them how to meditate and practice mindfulness. The puppies learned to sit still and calm their minds, just like the nuns. They even adopted the Zen pose, with their paws crossed and their eyes closed.

The puppies are now happy and healthy, thanks to the kindness of the nuns. They have become more confident and relaxed, knowing that they have a home and a family. They also have each other, and they never let go of their paws.

H/T: boredpanda