Posted on January 29, 2016
by Phoebe Chi (Puppydoc)
Faux Cap, Southern Madagascar
When Puppydoc first arrived at her new home,
the villagers were a tad bashful…
…but this issue resolved itself rather quickly.
Category: Africa, Photography, VolunteeringTags: children, family, Madagascar, medical school, photo, premed, research, travel, village, volunteer
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I’m sure your smile helped the situation!
Ah, how could they not warm quickly to such a wonderful soul. You capture life so well.
You are too nice! 😀 🙂
Just being honest, Phoebe. It doesn’t take one long to discover the soul behind the smile 🙂
🙂 ❤ 😀
Really great job you are doing 🙂 I am in a similar job as a voluntary helper in India, in the project Kirpal Sagar and children are so open and follow your steps 🙂
Also European doctors are going to Kirpal Sagar and help poor people in giving them free medication and treatment.
All the best and and a good continuing job in Africa 🙂
That’s wonderful! Thank you for sharing that with me. Wishing you the best! 😊
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A lover of animals and a caregiver by trade who, through these scribbles, ponders over her days spent behind the white coat and her life alongside a lovable feline named Samantha.