When employees at the Barreirinha bus terminal in South Brazil, noticed that stray dogs were gathering outside, they allowed them to take refuge from the cold inside. The Curitiba bus station made cozy little beds from blankets and tires.
Three stray dogs, in particular, were let into the Barreirinha bus terminal. The terminal’s employees named them Max, Pitoco, and Zoinho.
The employees made sure the dogs had beds and were fed and hydrated. Thankfully, these puppies, that were once homeless and left out in the cold, have shelter, water, food, and lots of people to give them love.
Local politician Fabiane Rosa heard about Max, Pitoco, and Zoinh and praised the bus terminal employees for their humane gesture.
“Respect, care, affection, they take risks, but they are free and happy,” a Facebook translation reads. “I never tire of praising the neusa dos Santos and other volunteers who provide these angels, a warm bed in the cold, food every day, fresh water, security, a curl.”
Rosa said companies in Curitiba could be following the bus terminal’s example of adopting a pet.
“You may be the only hope of those angels who suffer silently,” she wrote. “These dogs in the community, has a life much more worthy, that some who are victims of abuse and neglect, hiding behind the walls. And that people understand, this world is not a privilege of humans, God created the animals to teach us to love without conditions.”
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