On a snowy day with temperatures plunging to -20 degrees, a father and son stumbled upon two furry creatures curled up in the snow. The two little puppies whimpered loudly. They were wet and huddled together for warmth. Their coats were covered in a thick layer of snow. Who could be so cruel as to leave the puppies in the frigid temperatures? They would have never survived if the father and his son didn’t find them. With compassionate hearts, the father and son decided to take the puppies home, hoping to save their lives.

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Upon arriving home, the man’s wife questioned where the puppies came from. The man explained what happened. After seeing the shivering puppies, the wife agreed to keep them. The couple prepared a cardboard box for the dogs, lined with blankets, and gave them a bowl of goat milk. The puppies eagerly drank the milk and began to warm up. Their spirits finally lifted, knowing they were safe.

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Over the next few days, the puppies started to explore their new home and play with each other. They even became curious about the owner’s shoes, scrambling to climb on top of them and biting them playfully. The wife named the puppies Yushan and Yuxi, hoping they would like their new names.

On the third day, the couple discovered Yuxi’s hidden skill – she gave high fives without being trained. They were amazed at how clever she was at such a young age. On the fourth day, the couple took the puppies to the vet clinic for a check-up. The puppy sisters were tested for canine distemper and parvovirus and the results were negative.

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These two stray puppies are incredibly lucky to have met a loving and kind family that treats them like treasures. They now live happily, their once bleak fate has completely changed thanks to the compassionate people who rescued them.

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