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I Will Never Forget Him

The story of an “indian” dog that changed my mother’s heart.

This is the only photo I have of Loui. Though I took videos of him and many pictures, I lost them all.

It was a Thursday afternoon that we decided to visit my uncle at his farm. There I saw him for the first time. He was with his brother. Two small puppies that nobody cared for.




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Paola Perez

Paola Perez

Nature-loving, interested in cultural and social issues.

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