Elderly woman dies, all 14 of her senior dogs are useless
A woman in Hsinchu City, Taiwan passed away this past October 8, leaving a legacy to her 14 senior dogs. However, these dogs have proven that money cannot buy loyalty and love.
Our owner, an elderly woman, has been raising senior dogs for many years. She spent a lot of money to buy them and give them a good life. Her dogs include 4 Golden Retrievers, 4 Labrador Retrievers, 4 Hounds and 2 Radicals. All of them are raised indoors and are taken care of with great care.
After the owner passed away, her dogs were taken to a local pet shelter. However, the dogs did not like living here and expressed their displeasure by not eating and not playing. When staff at the pet shelter tried bringing them to trial homes, the dogs still refused to eat.
Then a group of volunteers came and took the dogs to a makeshift home where they were cared for and raised. Even the volunteers had to find the foods they liked in order to feed them. Within a few weeks, all the dogs had started eating and gained weight again.
Volunteers searched for families that could care for the dogs and found real pet lovers. All of the owners’ dogs have been moved to new homes and will be raised and cared for as best they can, and they will live happily for the rest of their years.
Although money can buy high-class dogs, it cannot buy love and loyalty. These dogs have proven that they are the children of their owner, and will never forget the happy years spent with her. They will always be remembered with love and respect, and will be part of their new family in the future.
The story of a woman in Hsinchu, Taiwan who left her 14 senior dogs behind when she died has attracted the attention of many people. This shows that the love and loyalty of animals can sometimes transcend human limits.
The sad thing is, after the owner passed away, her dogs had to go through many hardships. Brought to a local pet shelter, the dogs expressed their displeasure by not eating or playing. The staff at the pet shelter have tried bringing them to trial families, but with no success. So a group of volunteers came and took the dogs to a makeshift home.
In order to feed the dogs, the volunteers had to find the foods they liked and take great care of them. And in the end, the efforts of the volunteers paid off when they found pet-loving families who could actually take care of their owners’ dogs.
This story proves that animal love and loyalty can sometimes transcend human limits. It also shows that, while money can buy many things, it cannot buy love and loyalty. The owner’s senior dogs have proven this, and will forever be remembered as her children’s children, and will always be loved and cherished.