This tender puppy was separated from its mother by humans, for reasons only they know, and abandoned at the market.
The puppy was very small, huddled against the wall and did not know what to do. The puppy had not yet learned to live without his mother, did not know how to take care of himself, and there was no one to take care of him.
Natalia found the puppy outside her stall. Arriving at work in the morning, she noticed the little puppy, sitting in a puddle. The puppy was obviously well cared for, evidently the mother loved him.
Natasha picked up the child from the puddle and took him to the pavilion. The puppy was clearly hungry, but he was still very small and could not eat on his own. She had to buy baby food and bottle feed them.
When the puppy was full, the question arose: where to send it next? He was too small for shelter, shelters did not get along with adult dogs, and enteritis, so dangerous for such a small dog, was rampant in the city.
By the end of the day Natasha had not yet decided what to do with the puppy, but she knew for sure that she could not leave him on the street. He locked the dog in the kennel all night to make sure he got through the night without any adventures.
Now the puppy, nicknamed Romashka, lives in the market stall. Natasha is with him during the day, and in the evening he is alone. At night, Romashka wanders in the darkness of the pavilion, trying to find her mother.
He often cries from loneliness and fear, but no one comes to comfort and reassure him. In the morning Natasha appears in the Pavilion, brings Romashka some gruel, and for a few hours the puppy has a little company, which allows him to get rid of the feeling of loneliness, at least for a short time.
Natasha named her puppy camomile for her resemblance to this simple but very cute puppy. Daisy is still very small, but has already faced many trials. When he was very young he was snatched from his mother and left on the street, helpless and helpless.
Why were human beings so cruel to the child? Animals, just like people, have a soul, they also suffer, only they can not say anything about it.
Throwing such a baby out on the street is like throwing a five-month-old baby out of the house and expecting him to take care of himself.