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Cooper is an aged dog almost 16 years old, he had just about 1 tooth in his mouth. We found him on  a busy street in Pune.  He had a wound on his stomach and flies were about him not allowing him to rest

Cooper looked tired and slept in one corner.  As I got down to check him, he did not seem to resist and looked extremely old.  As I saw the wound I also noticed,  he had Mange. It had set in, but had not yet spread  widely on his body.  As he yawned,  I saw he had “just ONE” tooth in his Mouth.

I wondered how this little baby must be having anything to eat, being so old and without any teeth.

We picked him up and now he has been placed under treatment for his skin condition.  Cooper will be sheltered for as long as he has on Earth, as he is too old now to be left on the street and fend for himself.

We lost Cooper to old age in the month of July. He was cremated and his ashes dispersed amongst flowers.  May His Soul Rest In Peace


- By Priya Shindurnikar