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Pregnant Women Was Asked To Give Up Her Dogs, And The Reply From Her Is Adorable

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Words will not be enough to describe the love and care shown by pets.

Among all pets, dog’s love and gratitude is amazing. Once experienced its love, no one can give up.

Sanjana Madappa’s family and doctor told her to get rid of her dogs as she is pregnant. But her reaction to this is just adorable and also conveys her caring and love for dogs.

Sanjana reiterated her message with a wonderful pregnancy photo shoot featuring her husband and all her pets. She believes it was her dogs who got her through the tough pregnancy.

“The days I spent crying, I had the comforting weight of Diego’s head on my lap reassuring me things would be OK. 




This will definitely put a smile on your face



Makes anyone feel jealous. 



“I cant think of anything that could have prepared me as well for motherhood as my furry kids.”, Says Ms Madappa



Redefines the meaning of cutest



Tears of joy



Dogs are a part of our family



Waiting for the little guy



Will anyone take care like this?



The happy ending


Sanjana is now, a proud mother of baby boy Ayan.

She recalls her extremely tough pregnancy.

Read in her words. 

” Being in animal welfare, one of the most common reasons I hear for giving up a pet is ‘ I’m pregnant’. When I have tried to counsel these families, I get it thrown back in my face that since I don’t have children and haven’t experienced a pregnancy, I don’t get to have an opinion. So last year in April, my ever supportive husband and I decided to see what the fuss was about.

I had an unreasonably difficult pregnancy. For the first 6 months, I was glued to my toilet, even hospitalized because I was throwing up blood. The morning sickness really took a toll on me and I didn’t think I would make it to the end of the pregnancy. I had a few weeks of respite before issues from a car accident four years ago started cropping up. My pregnancy became a high risk one for preterm delivery and I was restricted to the confines of my home. I cannot even begin to describe all the thoughts that went through my head but what I can tell you is this; not once did I think ‘ hmmm my dogs have got to go.

My dogs are the reason I got through my pregnancy with my sanity intact. The days I spent crying, I had the comforting weight of Diego’s head on my lap reassuring me things would be ok. the nights I spent on the bathroom floor, Leo kept me company, gently pawing me now and then to see if I was okay. I lost a very special little girl along the way, Leela, who kept me smiling with her silly antics till the end. When I could finally fall asleep, I had Cujo resting at my feet. I couldn’t afford to stay in bed feeling sorry for myself when I had these kids depending on me.

8 months later, my son Ayan was born and I can’t think of anything that could have prepared me as well for motherhood as my furry kids. I was told by family, friends and even my doctor to get rid of my dogs, that my baby came first. I was told the same things that all those people who have given up pets tell me. To all those people I can just say this. I couldn’t ever in good conscience give away an animal that loves me and trusts me with the same innocence and purity that my baby does. I couldn’t abandon a family member to bring in another. I will not betray a life that depends on me as much as my son does. To all those people I will always say, NOT WITHOUT MY DOGS. “

Just adorable! What do you say? Share your opinion with us in the comments. 

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Pavani Bharathula
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