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Feb 21, 2019

Bus Driver Breaks Rules — To Let Stray Dogs On His Bus During Thunderstorm

This sends me in tears!
The sound of thunder and heavy rain accompanied by frequent flashes of blinding bolts of bright lights usually sends any animal, regardless of species, to hide for cover. It could be under couches, blankets, tables or even in our arms. Thunderstorms are terrifying for most animals, and it is especially so for those who live a hard life on the streets.
Unlike domestic dogs, stray dogs do not have the luxury of snuggling in a cozy place in a comfortable environment. Instead, they stick fur coats on cold and difficult roads.

The city of Buenos Aires, which is also the capital of Argentina, had been hit with a torrential thunderstorm. One local bus driver had spotted two stranded dogs during his shift, all drenched head to toe in cold rain water and shivering in fear. He did what any human being with a big heart would do – to provide them with shelter.

In the bustling city of Buenos Aires, public transport commuters all know that the rules and regulations of buses functioning in Buenos Aires do not allow any animals on board. However, these rules did not stop one kind-hearted bus driver from protecting the frightened strays during one violent and heavy thunderstorm.

Passengers grabbed and shared many pictures of dogs while driving and on their social media accounts, asking if anyone was interested in helping or promoting them.

This bus driver’s act of kindness soon got to the management’s attention, which even released a statement reiterating their very strict ‘no animals’ policy. Under this circumstance however, they showed great support for what the driver did for the dogs.

After all, how can one resist not helping our adorable furry friends in times of dire need? We remain truly thankful to this bus driver who has shown great and rare kindness to these animals. We do not know what happened to these dogs after the storm, but we hope they are safe now.
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