“We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals.” -Immanuel Kant
Gluta, which is short for Glutathione (like the antioxidant), was living on the streets of Thailand, in poor health and unloved. Lucky for her, she was found by videographer Sorasart Wisetsin who took her home, got her the treatment she needed for her cancer, and helped her become the adorably happy, well-loved dog you see here. She’s got a great sense of humor and she’s clearly an excellent sport. It is such a relief when animals find their families, and this one is definitely home.
She’s got her own tumblr, so go check her out!
And here’s a little music to accompany Gluta’s wonderful photos. One of my favorite songs from the Beatles’ White Album, “Martha My Dear,” was inspired by Paul McCarney’s Old English Sheepdog, Martha, whom he adopted in 1965!