It's been three months since she died. I never found a dead body. Apparently she was chucked at a garbage disposal site after she met with an accident.
After I fed her and went home on the night of June 11 she was run over by a rash driver. She howled in pain until some people pressurized the driver to take her to a hospital. According to this so called driver and the people, Jenny succumbed to her wounds en route and thus was chucked at a garbage disposal site.
I asked around for her whereabouts like crazies but none told me where she was chucked or where she was last seen.
I have been taking care of stray dogs since 2013 now and in these last 5 years, my heart hasn't hardened. It still pines for all the kids I have lost in these busy streets of Laxmi Nagar.
Am I tired? No. Am I supposed to give up? No. Am I angry? Very much.
In these last three months, a lot of people have shown their disdain for what I do for these dogs. But they are gonna need something stronger to stop me.
I urge all of you to open your hearts and help me find a home and help for Jenny's siblings she left behind.
Open your heart against this apathy, feed a stray (some bread and milk would do), take them home, let them take shelter in your parting space or the porch and decide against conveniently leaving them behind.
You'll have my gratitude.
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