Dogs don’t deserve it, but the unfortunate reality is that there are nasty, ᴇ.ᴠɪ.ʟ people in this world who .ᴍɪs.ᴛʀᴇᴀᴛ man’s best friend. It’s stories like these that remind us of the truth: we don’t deserve dogs.
On Christmas Eve 2002 in the US, a small dog was born with a birth defect. The dog has only 3 legs, of which 1 front leg is completely unusable. Perhaps this is what causes the mother dog to abandon her and not give her milk.
Luckily for her, the little dog was seen and taken care of by my mother and daughter, Jude Stringfellow. Then the little dog regained consciousness but was still very weak. At that time, everyone thought that this poor dog would not survive.
However, Jude’s family decided to adopt and take care of her. At the same time, Mrs. Jude gave the little dog the name Faith – which means Faith. She hopes that the little dog can keep her faith and do miracles.
Faith’s two-legged journey
In the early days, Faith struggled with a skateboard that Mrs. Jude had designed for her. For a long time, Faith had to move by leaning on the skateboard and using her hind legs to push forward.
However, after that, Mrs. Jude trained Faith to stand upright with jumping exercises. This strengthens Faith’s hind legs and makes it easier for the dog to balance when standing upright.
After half a year of persistent training, Faith was finally able to stand up straight and run anywhere she wanted on her hind legs. And one of Faith’s favorite destinations in the park. Here, the dog happily plays with everyone without fear or worry.
Faith confidently ran and jumped on her two feet. The fact that a dog can walk on two legs makes Faith quickly become the center of attention. After everyone learned about Faith’s story, they were deeply moved and expressed that it was unbelievable that the little dog had such extraordinary energy. That’s why everyone gave Faith a great ᴅᴇᴀʟ of love and admiration.
After that, Faith also became a “healing psychologist” and alleviated the emotional trauma that wounded soldiers suffered after the .ᴡ.ᴀʀ. At the same time, she is also the one who brings life motivation and the will to fight .ᴅɪ.sᴇᴀsᴇ for serious patients in the hospital.
The message that I want to convey to everyone: “Even if you don’t have a perfect body, remember you can still have a perfect soul”.