Many of the children living in an orphanage come from backgrounds of neglect, abuse, or trauma and struggle to trust adults or form meaningful relationships. Even though those living in an orphanage often face many challenges and difficulties that can impact their physical, emotional, and psychological well-being, it does not always necessarily mean that those children are in a helpless situation.
This little boy name Robbie is a very smart boy and understood in the orphanage that many parents want to adopt a newborn or at least a small child, and he is unlikely to be lucky.
He had been in the foster system for some time after being removed from a situation where he was abused and neglected. He lived in a house of terror and was so badly abused that he was twice hospitalized with brain injuries.
But fate gave a big surprise to the kind child. Little Robbie was lucky enough to find a happy family at a rather late age. The child was adopted when he was already eight years old. Maria and Charles were so happy to welcome him into their family but the never dreamed just how wonderful he would make their home. Robbie filled the home with love almost at once.
Now the boy receives great love and warmth from his new parents.
And with the care and kindness that he receives from his parents, the boy returns to the world, taking care of the beings who need it most.
The boy, with the support of his parents, takes care of dogs that either have health problems or are already quite old.
The boy does this, knowing well that few people would want to shelter such animals.
And Robbie is very grateful for the gift given to him by fate, and his gratitude is expressed in his behavior and care for animals.
Robbie also volunteers for a community animal care organization.
“I know how it feels not to be loved or cared for and I don’t want any animal to feel that way,” Robbie said.
“He knows what it feels like not to be loved and cared for. He’s the most hopeful, optimistic, and genuinely caring kid who has absolutely no reason to be that way,” said Robbie’s adoptive mom, Maria.
Someday, Robbie wants to adopt older foster children himself. But until then, to show his commitment and do what he can, he has vowed to adopt as many old dogs as his parents will allow. So far, he has six.
It would be great if there were many good people like Robbie and his family in the world, so that our younger brothers would be safer.