A kind-hearted stranger gave a piece of meat to a stray dog

This is the heartwarming moment when a nice stranger handed food to a starving dog, only for her to rush away and feed it to her puppies instead.

A compassionate animal lover in Bangkok, Thailand, gave the ravenous dog some meat on a stick, expecting her to devour it all by herself.

The dog, on the other hand, hurried away with the meal in her jaws, later seen took it to her four puppies.

The dog is shown enthusiastically accepting the meat and trotting through a market in the adorable footage.

The nice stranger follows the puppy as it scampers along, eventually coming to a stop in front of a garage.

Four puppies then burst through the door and begin devouring the supper their mother has brought home.

The other dogs rush up to the man to thank him after one particularly hungry – or selfish – youngster runs off with the treat.

The man can be seen petting the family as they all wag their tails, with the mother dog looking up to him for more food.

The exact date the clip was shot is unknown.

We never give a second thought to the small animals that stroll around our neighborhood, such as cats and dogs, in our busy lives. We regard it as unimportant and unimportant.

The bark of a dog or the frightening howl of a cat can sometimes catch our attention, but because it has no bearing on our life, we quickly forget about it. What we forget is that it is our obligation as humans to assist, care for, and pay attention to the vulnerable and needy creatures who rely on us. As an adult, I believe it is my obligation to inform my young readers about how and why it is critical to care for stray animals as much as possible.


as much as possible Good habits are formed in childhood and are ingrained in people for the rest of their lives. As a result, caring for animals as a child will teach you not only responsibility, tenderness, and respect for other living beings, but also responsibility, gentleness, and respect for other living beings.


Here are some key points to think about and make changes in your mindset as a result of.


There is a distinction between stray and domestic animals.


It’s crucial to realize that there’s a distinction between the animals you keep as pets at home and those roaming the streets. Because stray dogs and cats live in terrible conditions and eat garbage and anything left on the floor, they transmit germs and diseases that domesticated/pets do not. As a result, the ones at home are relatively clean and contain fewer germs, while those outside have a large number of germs infesting them.


So, if you decide to assist and care for a stray animal, keep a safe distance from it. Because I’ve owned a dog and a few cats throughout the years, I’m writing this from personal experience. I’ve tamed the stray ones and kept a purebred German shepherd as well.


Things to think about before taking up stray animals


People surrounding stray animals frequently treat them badly, making them angry and even attacking them. Why? They haven’t seen much love or caring; all they’ve seen is human violence, hatred, and torture, which explains their protective and aggressive attitude toward people.


As a result, avoid approaching stray animals right away. It takes time for them to realize that some people care about them and want to adore them.


How does the weather influence them?


The weather has an impact on everyone and everything, including non-living objects. For example, if you leave plastic, iron, or any other material out in the sun or unmanaged for a long time, the color and texture of the substance will change. Consider the plight of individuals who do not have access to shelter and are exposed to extreme weather.


Stray animals suffer because they have no option, whether it is rain, hot sun, or even a chilly winter air. They try to cope and seek cover under the vehicles or wherever they feel safe because they are helpless. Perhaps you’ve seen a lot of these animals?


What can you do to assist?


Most of you, kids, receive cartons with your groceries, and these cartons are frequently thrown away. Put some old fabric in the carton, set it somewhere shady outside your house, porch, or building (with your parents’ permission), and inform the sweeper or watchmen that you have placed the carton for such a cause, and that he should not move or throw it. Perhaps a cat or dog will discover it and seek refuge within.


Feeding in order to receive divine reward


I’ve observed individuals feeding birds on the sidewalks, rooftops, balconies, and other places where they can feed birds, primarily pigeons. Perhaps the goal is to receive divine recompense.


I’m not sure why people don’t feel the same way about cats and dogs. Aren’t dogs and cats also helpless spirits who want human assistance? “Cats and dogs are dirty, full of germs and diseases!” was the response I received when I asked someone the same subject. I don’t want to be associated with them in any way.”


There is no doubting that stray animals carry infections, but did you realize that birds carry pathogens as well? Any bird, such as a pigeon, parrot, or even a sparrow, has germs and minute fleas in its feathers, causing skin rash, irritation, and, in some cases, edema. You provide them food or water while remaining at a safe distance and not approaching them.


What are your options?


You can simply locate any useless plastic container in your house, just like cartons. Place it outside your building or residence so that cats and dogs can drink water as well, exactly as people do for birds. Make a separate bag of leftover food and set it away to dispose of somewhere where these stray animals are likely to discover it, rather than dumping it out with the garbage.


Educate yourself and your parents about the subject.


Parents play a critical role in instilling good or harmful behaviors in their children during their formative years. It is not improper to teach children to keep away from stray cats and dogs, just as it is not wrong to tell them to throw something at these creatures. Why do we have to fling something at stray animals to scare them away, even if the dog or cat is a safe distance away? As a result, we acquire a hate for stray animals and treat them brutally, even though they are helpless. It’s something we see our elders (those we trust) do, and it’s something we do as well. I’ve seen individuals throw stones, sticks, or whatever they can get their hands on at an animal, and be ecstatic when the animal flees in fear of being wounded.


Instead of performing such activities and encouraging children to do the same, adults should explain to children that these creatures rely on humans since they live on the street or on the road, which is not their fault. They are born there, thus they must be hungry or in need of attention if they approach a person.


Remember, kids, that the friendship, affection, and ties you develop with these helpless animals can benefit you throughout your life.


If you are a caring person and your friend isn’t, tell them that they don’t have to be cruel or indifferent if they can’t be decent, caring, or helpful.




Animals on the loose assault!

Wrong: Stray animals attack humans or other animals if they believe they or their young are in danger. They are too sensitive to recognize who is caring and who is not when they have children. Other causes for an assault include acute hunger and/or the perception that the individual is an outsider or stranger who poses a threat.


They get a lot of food.

False: Stray animals do not receive adequate nutrition. There is a lot of everything in rubbish. Nothing or no one gets a mouthful, given the quantity of cats, dogs, rats, birds, and other living animals that scavenge on the waste.


Whether it’s pain or injury, they’ll get through it.

Wrong! It all relies on the type of injury these animals have received. It may be healed if it is minor; but, if it does not go away, it is not minor. As a result, these animals suffer and, in some cases, die a horrible death.


They have somewhere to stay.

Wrong! Animals do not have access to shelter. For them and among them, every day is a war. Only the fit and strong manage to have shelter and scraps of food, as it is their survival abilities that allow them to survive so long.


Things to keep in mind:


They, too, experience pain as living beings!


They require water and food as well!


They wish to take refuge in a safe place.


They all require kindness if not love.


Don’t ignore these helpless animals since your indifference will force them to suffer from malnutrition, disease, and human violence.