Humans are just very terrible!
A Fortress of Fur shared that this male doggo was left stranded at Taman Maluri, KL just right opposite Pizza Hut. Based on the pictures, the poor doggo was visibly confused and upset as he just stood in the middle of the road with hopes that his owner would return.
The post further revealed that the owner left behind an umbrella and pillow for the dog. I’m not sure how that compensates for leaving the doggo all alone in the busy city.The post read,
“This dog was abandoned by (his) owner who left him with an umbrella and pillow. He looks so sad and just stood in the middle of the road waiting for his owner to come back.”
Well, we hope that the doggo gets rescued and adopted by a loving family. On that note, if you can’t take care of your pet anymore, you can always put them for adoption so that they can be taken in by a loving family who needs them.
“The road is dangerous with a lot of buses. At Taman Maluri, opposite to Pizza Hut. What is wrong with people?”
There’s no need for them to be abandoned in the middle of a road, especially a road as dangerous as the one mentioned above.
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