A 77-year-old lady and daughter were seen sleeping in a dirty train station for 7 years.
The 77-year-old lady name is Vera and her daughter was Valentina. When Vera turned 70, they have been endlessly searching for a good place to sleep. For 7 years, both of them failed to find anywhere they could call home. The homeless mother and daughter have been forced to spend countless nights on the dirty ground of train stations.
Both Vera and Valentina beg for food and money to survive every day. As you can guess, few people offer a shred of kindness to the both of them.
But the main reason why Vera and Valentina have been homeless for seven years will surely break your heart. Their house was destroyed by fire and lost everything they had…
Valentina tried to petition Vera to the government for shelter, since she is an elderly woman, but the government has failed to acknowledge their life difficulties and would just rather they stop bothering them and live the same in the dirty ground of train stations.
After their house got destroyed by a fire, Vera’s family abandoned her in her most desperate time of need. While Vera does have another daughter, named Lyuba, they are unable to stay on one roof since he has a husband and the man refuses share a roof with Valentina and Vera. They also have three children in their tiny home and hardly any room for Vera and Valentina.
While the true reason they refuse to house Vera and Valentina is unclear, but he does not allow her in the house. Because Vera doesn’t want to abandon her daughter to the elements and burden of homelessness, she stays with her in the train stations and the city streets.
To make matters worse, Lyuba and her husband do not get along with Valentina. They think she is lazy because she has never worked and wants to simply leech off them and live for free.
Vera has defended Valentina’s constant unemployment. She claims her daughter can’t hold a job because she is looking for government relief and a handout apartment.
Most people think that Vera should let Valentina fend for herself and accept Lyuba’s invitation to live in her home with her family. Not only could she help with the children, she could have a reliable roof over her head. Either that, or she should seek out shelter at a nursing home.