In the past, on a chilly day, Goran Marinkovic, who was at that time 48 years old, came across a truly upsetting scene. While walking along a small, muddy path in Kraljevo, he heard a soft cry and decided to trace where it was coming from. Eventually, he found a tiny puppy lying beside a black sneaker. The puppy’s yellow-black coat looked damp, and it appeared to be starving and cold. Goran believed that the shoe provided refuge for the puppy whenever its mother wasn’t around.
Goran shared some delicious Italian sausage with the cute puppy and it enjoyed it so much that it rolled over, showing its vulnerable belly as a sign of surrender. Goran couldn’t resist capturing the adorable moment and snapped a few pictures to share on Facebook, in the hope of finding someone who couldaopt and care for the little pup.
Feeling sympathetic towards the helpless pup, Goran decided to take it under his care and named it Coco. However, he was uncertain about the dog’s ability to survive, so he brought it to the veterinarian for a thorough examination.
Nonetheless, Coco possessed a strong desire to survive. Following her recuperation from the wounds inflicted upon her, Goran utilized Facebook to publicize her rescue and rehabilitation process, hoping to locate an ideal permanent residence for her. As he fostered a unique bond with Coco, he reached out to acquaintances involved in global rescue efforts, seeking their assistance in locating a suitable home for her.
At last, the wonderful news arrived! Coco was transported to Germany and discovered a kind and nurturing family. Currently, she is a lively and vivacious pup who is relishing her existence to the fullest.
Nowadays, our furry friends bring more to the table than just wagging tails and purrs. They provide us with invaluable companionship, emotional support, and can even alleviate feelings of loneliness and stress. These benefits are not limited to adults, children also experience positive emotions and higher self-esteem when in the company of pets. It’s no wonder that many pet owners consider their dogs and cats as part of the family. Unfortunately, not all human-animal relationships are successful and sometimes a pet may not be the right fit for a family. In these cases, adoption should always be considered as a last resort for committed families.
Numerous factors contribute to animals being left on the streets – from owners not having enough time to care for them, to financial difficulties, unplanned litters, changes in family dynamics, and even losing their homes. However, what truly matters is how these animals are affected by such circumstances, with some being fortunate enough to find a safe haven while others aren’t as fortunate.