Adopted Girl Helps Older Dogs Find Forever Homes Like Her
To support older canines that have been abandoned, a 14-year-old girl who was adopted raised $14,000. Like when she was adopted as a baby, all of the girl’s efforts are directed on assisting them in finding a forever family and home.
Meena Kumar, the female lead in this tale, had a challenging upbringing. She was left in a basket on a college campus in Pune, India, when she was nine months old.
After they discovered her, they transported her to an orphanage in Mumbai, where she spent a year until her fortune improved.
Fortunately, Meena was taken up by a couple in Mumbai who adopted her, and she was eventually relocated to San Jose, California, in the United States, where she now lives happily.
Meena took care of a litter of puppies in her house in Mumbai, demonstrating her passion and interest in assisting animals. Her weekly regimen includes going to the Humane Society or the Muttville Senior Dog Rescue when she first arrived in the United States.
The group does not utilize cages and offers senior pets a second shot at life. With the support of volunteers, they rescue roughly a thousand dogs a year.
Meena was highly interested when she learned about the rescue facility from a neighbor who had acquired a dog from this group. The neighbor told several tales of how elderly dogs abandoned in shelters might blossom into loving, devoted companions.
Meena said to CNN:
“There should be more elder dog adoptions. They show you the same kind of unconditional affection that all dogs do.
Meena recognized what it was like to be abandoned and wished to assist these elderly pets in locating loving homes. Meena had to be at least 17 years old to volunteer at the shelter, and she was only 12 years old, so despite her eagerness, there was a catch.