Every Day A Stray hungry Dog Waits At The Bus Stop To Eat Food
The story of this bus driver, a members community that looks after distributing the donated food and Feeds the Furbabies Canada, has moved many social media users, especially through Facebook. Her friendship with a stray hungry dog that she watches over every day is, indeed, most touching.
It’s the small gestures as it is here that can help make this world a better place to live for all. Small attentions that do not cost much and significantly change the lives of people who benefit. In this case, it is a stray dog who enjoys the kindness of a woman with whom he would not miss his morning appointment for anything in the world.
This bus driver, who prefer to stay anonymous, had noticed the pup for the first time 2 years ago. Extremely skinny, he searched the garbage cans, desperately trying to find something to eat. Later on, when she saw the dog on the road, she threw him some food. Since then, it has become a habit.
Every day, during her tour, she stops briefly to give the stray dog a bag full of good things. The animal is still there, sitting patiently on the side of the road, happily wagging its tail, waiting for the bus to arrive and its door opens. He then takes the food and leaves immediately running to enjoy his meal.
In the video below, posted on Furbabies Canada’s Facebook page (based in Winnipeg, Manitoba), you can discover this unusual and touching scene. She also shows that the dog seems to have gained weight thanks to the one who thinks of him every day …
We need more people in the world like this person God bless her
Such brilliant and loving creatures. Did you see the tail wag? This was captured by one of the community members who looks after distributing the donated food that Feed The Furbabies Canada collects. Thank you for all your hard work.💗This little guy has a full belly tonight. Please donate if you can. Etransfers can be sent to email@example.com or through our PayPal link found on our home page.
Posted by Feed The Furbabies Canada on Thursday, February 8, 2018
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