I was replacing the newspapers in Peanuts' indoor potty spot when I came across this February article. It's about a dog named Kabang (the locality's term for "spotty"), a female dog who saves the lives of two little girls.
The girls had been crossing the street when Kabang leaped towards them before a motorcycle could hit the cousins. They stumbled but both of them were unharmed.
Unfortunately, some of Kabang's facial bones were crushed that she lost her snout when she got stuck on the motorcycle's front wheel. The instant she was pulled off, she ran away from home.
The family had taught that she was gone for good but two weeks later, Kabang came back with a very different look. Nonetheless, the family was happy she went home to them. She is currently eating with the help of her paws.
Kabang had found her forever home in the Bunggal family. They treated her as one of them even though they didn't have much to offer. When she was a puppy, she was fed with milk and porridge. For a family in poverty, providing for their dogs is a big deal. Yet they did, and for that I applaud them.
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