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A dog without two forepaws stood up with love.
Yun Da-seul  |  daseul730@naver.com
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When we meet a disabled person, our eyes automatically stare at them. They are people like us. Their mind will get hurt when other people show enormous concerns about them. How about disabled animals like cats and dogs? One woman who adopted a dog without its front legs became an issue in China.

The name of the dog without its two front paws is Dian. Cen Lan who adopted Dian didn’t hesitate to take him after seeing the situation where Dian was left alone when five healthy dogs were adopted. Actually, raising healthy dogs require lots of money for feeding cost, hospital bills and so on. Raising a disabled dog would be a bigger burden than normal dogs. But Cen Lan made a decision to have Dian at once. They have conversation through eyes as dogs can’t talk. Cen Lan felt Dian wants to walk after she saw that Dian dragged his body with his hind legs. After that, Cen Lan concentrated making him exercise to stand on his hind legs. She made him stand longer using a clock and adding seconds each time. Dian walked short and quick steps at first but now he can go for a walk around a park because of Cen Lan’s big love for him.

There are many disabled animals around us like waist-down paralysis because of car accidents and so on. Although they can’t talk, they have emotions like us. It is our task to take care of them as they are also living things like us.

 

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