His walk, his manners, his sense of pride is nowhere close to those of civilians. As winters approached, we realised they were having trouble with the cold milk so we began warming the milk and adding eggs to keep them warm through the night. Her babies are still in hiding. Get me outta here! Handsome, groomed and proud, I adopted Paglu the moment I saw him! For some reason, which only my husband knows, his name is Paglu!
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Paglu, on the other hand seems to have softened a bit too. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. We bought two earthen bowls for our new children and feeding them every evening has been a ritual since then.
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So, we leave some food right outside the drain, to help her conserve energy. He sees that we wait for him to finish his food so he has started coming and letting us pat him a pablu before he heads off to grab his place on one of the car roofs. Her babies are still in hiding. His ways are truly army-like. Seeing us, they come jumping and running and there is no better feeling than that. Often, paglk find ourselves discussing them like proud parents.
Since the last couple of days she had been too weak to come out for food or water. This was preventing her wounds from drying. As for us, we are happy that Paglu and Pagli came into our lives and chose to paagli us. Our landlords, of course were back but we continued feeding Pagli if you see her pagl her tail, you would not want to call her anything else either!
She had been a brave girl! To me Paglu is nothing close to his name. I am very grateful to Pagli for letting me be a part of her motherhood. I began to get worried that she may have been caught in a road accident.
I rushed inside to get her some warm milk and bread. We realised their appetite increases manifold and so we began feeding her thrice a day. I was so happy for her. Some weeks down the line, Pagli stopped coming.
And then there are other times when she seems too tired to come out and eat. She ate hungrily and came back to me, thanked me with her wagging tail and crawled back into the drain. Handsome, groomed and proud, I adopted Paglu the moment I saw him! His walk, his manners, his sense of pride is nowhere close to those of civilians. Following this, Amber and I read up all about nursing dogs in trying to understand basics of feeding them.
The next day onwards, we started giving her medicines to dry her wounds, antibiotics to reduce her infections and de-worming to make life a little easy for her. For some reason, which only my husband knows, his name is Paglu!
Soon, her health improved and so did our bond. She had very little fur and was constantly biting on the infectious wounds all over her body. He would wag his tail just once; to let us know that we can feed him if we want.
Sometimes When I feel she may be thirsty, I put water outside for her.