A Canadian bus driver makes an unusual stop every day, and she’s been doing it for the last two years. Monday through Friday, she stops at an isolated, snow-covered corner to feed the same stray dog. He is so well trained, in fact, that he patiently waits at the corner like a kid ready to go to school.
“She has continued to feed him every day, Monday to Friday, at the same location,” Kareena Grywinski, founder of Feed The Furbabies Canada, told The Dodo. “He sits and patiently waits every day no matter what the weather is like.”
The bus driver, who prefers to remain anonymous, is an ambassador of Feed The Furbabies Canada, an organization that seeks to help the large stray animal population of Canada. Through people like this bus driver, they ease the lives of stray animals during the harsh Canadian winters.
A video the group posted on their Facebook page shows a food stop, with the dog eagerly waiting, tail wagging. It is really a sweet moment of kindness.
Such brilliant and loving creatures. Did you see the tail wag? This was captured by one of the community members who looks after distributing the donated food that Feed The Furbabies Canada collects. Thank you for all your hard work.💗This little guy has a full belly tonight. Please donate if you can. Etransfers can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or through our PayPal link found on our home page.
Posted by Feed The Furbabies Canada on Thursday, February 8, 2018