Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

A maximum number of people are fond of petting dogs; however, they prefer foreign dog breeds. On the other hand, street dogs live a miserable life on the streets. Even their lives are uncertain. While the lives of some end under the wheels, others starve to death. Moreover, cruelty towards these Indie dogs is unexplainable. 

However, the discrepancy between the lives of foreign dog breeds and street dogs is like hail and heaven. Foreign dog breeds are taken care of by their pet parents just like their children.

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Here we bring a video that proves that street dogs also deserve a life like the foreign dog breeds as they are no different from them. 

As seen in the video, a Siberian Husky and a Golden Retriever are seen inside a car wagging their tails. Meanwhile, a street dog is seen outside the car and standing on its hind legs. The Indie dog licks the Husky and Retriever. The street canine is also seen tapping the duo with its paws. 

The street dog repeats its actions while wagging its tail. As it seems from the gestures of the Husky and Retriever, they loved the moment with their new street friend. 

The caption for the video shared by Vidit Sharma on Twitter reads: It breaks my heart to see them ignored while people opt for fancy foreign breeds. Let's change that and give our furry friends the love and care they deserve. Indie dogs do deserve a loving home. (sic)

Meanwhile, the video has gone viral on social media with netizens pouring love for the canines and distress for the Indie dog.

One user wrote, “Indie dogs are equally beautiful and loving, and they live medically better life than breeds.  Don’t shop and adopt OUR INDIES.” (sic)

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Another user wrote, “Oh it's soo heartbreaking to see this poor dog on the other side of the door.  If only she could be with them in the car.  If only.... “ (sic)

“Exactly....always felt this....I have seen dog parents not showing any sentiment to stray dogs...which makes no sense.....a dog is a dog is a dog, a being is a being is a being..” wrote a third user.