Meet Nagma, the puppy whom I met a couple of days back in a colleague’s place. Winter was too hard on her and she was found shivering on the way back from hospital at night when my kind colleague became her saviour. When I went to his place in late afternoon a week back I found the cute refugee licking biscuit dissolved milk, and, then and there I decided to give a quick visit to him with my camera. By my next visit with camera the puppy had procured a name ‘Nagma’ and it sounded too sugary when Vinayak called her, “O Nagma… Nagmaaa… O Nagma…” Anyway Nagma had got a puppy shower with some human shampoo, so it was fun taking some quick indoor photos of playful puppy Nagma with my ‘not so fast’ camera! Oh, one day I have to take Nagma for a rabies and parvo-virus vaccine with Vinayak and before that she needs a dashing dog (rather, puppy) collar I guess.
I don’t know how long the naïve Nagma will be frolicking inside my colleague’s living space. Might be he’ll be leaving her on the street as the winter retreats and by then she will be a quite grown and capable bitch to survive in this tough world. But it’s damn difficult to part with a creature once you get in habit of living with it… Only time will tell whether I can post some photographs again of adult, I mean lady Nagma in my bLoG.