There are many different ways to treat homeless people. But it is important to remember that they are human beings too. And sometimes more understanding and compassionate than others.
In one of the Ukrainian cities zoovolunteers went around the area looking for animals that have not been seen for a long time.
They didn’t find them, but they did meet a homeless man who told them that a dog had fallen into a sewer manhole in the middle of a field.
She stayed there for at least three weeks. The man couldn’t get her out of there, but he didn’t give up on her. Every day he walked several kilometers to bring the animal whatever food he found.
Volunteers reported it to the communal company, which captures and transfers animals to shelters. The dog was taken out of a hole 4 meters deep and sent to a veterinarian.
It turned out that the four-legged pet volunteers had already tried to catch her to have her spayed, but they were unsuccessful.
Now the animal will not only be spayed, but also vaccinated.
And the volunteers thanked the homeless man from the bottom of their hearts for his care and humanity.