An abandoned 3-year-old child from India was refused by many couples looking for children to adopt because she didn’t have a nose.
Fortunately, she found her forever home and transformed years later.
Kristen Williams, 44, from Cincinnati, had always wanted children. She decided to adopt 3-year-old Roopa after learning that many couples refused her because animals had eaten her nose away when her biological parents abandoned her.
A year before that, Williams also adopted 5-year-old Munni from India, who was a victim of extreme abuse. Her body and face showed physical scars of the pain she experienced at such a young life.
“I saw her face, and it was like an electric current just shot out and hit me in my heart,” she said in an interview. “She was everything I wasn’t looking for, and she ended up being everything I needed.”YouTube
It was in 2013 when Williams adopted Roopa, a 3-year-old from India, who also experienced some difficulties. The child had been left to die in a trash pile at birth, where she lost her nose and lips to hungry insects and animals.
In William’s eyes, both girls are perfect. “It’s very unfortunate that this is an everyday event in India,” she expressed.
The two girls are enjoying their new home with their loving mother. They also got a special surprise when a group from The Doctors heard Roopa’s and Munni’s heartfelt stories.YouTube
Munni was given cosmetic scar removal, and Roopa was provided reconstructive surgery and a nasal prosthesis.
Even though the kids are already beautiful in Williams eyes, the surgeries will now let them encounter less questions about their past.
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