third world dogs are some of the saddest stories. Looking for love, and giving it unconditionally until it's not possible:(. You want to take them all home & "revive" them.
Dogs? What about all the humans fleeing violence that threatens their kids and family? Or starving in Yemen? Who do you help first? Dogs or humans?
Just don't let the decisions paralyze you from doing anything.
Every little bit helps. Thanks for being such a caring person, Charlie.
"Do what you can, with what you have, where you are." --Theodore Roosevelt
You're a good guy, Charlie! I'm glad you're looking out for the animal buddies.
I'm w Chi. I love dogs, and I love dog- lovers but...once a lady heard I was kind of an environmentalist and told me she supports 'save the whales' and I said the same thing as Chi. Hey Chi when I visit you next time, I want to see some refugees living in your tower condo with you, ok?:) Janet T and bbrooke, right on. Any kind of love tips the balance.
I agree, Clark. I was only considering the level of dogs. Humans are another (obvious) eschelon and hopefully receive more attention, even if results are abysmal.
Mary would of adopted a refugee a long time ago. But our life-style and skills are better with dogs. Everybody gets to what they can how they can I guess.
Can’t even begin to tell you all the times walking, jogging or biking in the city that I’ve been chased and bitten by dogs their owners couldn’t control. No sympathy for dogs. But each human is unique and full of potential.
No bad dogs, just bad dog owners. Euro dogs are so much better behaved than (most) of those in NA.
Coach so Very true and Chi, I would recommend that your carry dog spray if that happens so often.
If their governments can’t help the starving people, the dogs must be in even worst shape.
I’ll start from the bottom up.
So put your time and $$ where you will think it helps the most, I’ll do the same with.
What Brooke said, both with the quote and that you are a good guy doing a good thing.