Bus terminal in Brazil provides warms beds, food, and water for homeless dogs trying to escape the outdoors
Kindness is usually free – the only thing it takes, is a little bit of your time and a little compassion.
And a few kind people at a local bus terminal in Brazil decided to do something amazing for some of the stray dogs who are living on the streets.
Employees at the Barreirinha bus terminal, in Brazil, created a cozy space at their facility where homeless dogs can stay warm, be looked after and get nourishment.
But not only are they providing the pups with food and water, but they even made special beds out of old tires and then covered them in blankets to make it nice and warm for all the furbabies.
It’s always the little things that make the biggest impact, and while some might think this isn’t much, to these street pups, it’s heaven.
These beautiful animals go through a lot while living on the streets, and this could be the first time they’ve seen love from a human.
We all need companionship and love – that’s also why this act is so heartwarming, because while food, water and a warm bed are incredible, feeling love wins the day here for these dogs.
The adorable trio of cuteness were named Max, Pitoco, and Zainho, and they couldn’t be more grateful – just look at those faces, they look so comfortable and happy.
This beautiful act of kindness caught the attention of a local politician and animal lover, Fabiane Rosa, who posted the act on Facebook back in 2017.
“Congratulations to the terminal staff, everyone understands that these angels are there and have a right to be,” she wrote.
“I don’t get tired of praising the volunteers who provide these angels, a warm bed in the cold, food every day, fresh water, safety, and maintaining humanity,” she added.
It’s acts like these that can easily be replicated by others around the world. Animals are innocent creatures who deserve our very best care and attention.
So take the time to do something kind for your local furbabies – if we all follow suit, the world would definitely be a better place – friendlier too!