A man has been going around looking for dogs to help. As of writing, he has saved over 25 dogs who have plastic bottles stuck on their heads. The man said that he was horrified to see a dog in such a state and does not want them to suffer further. That is why he started his mission of helping doggies in such a situation!
Kristen writes in the comments:
Wow ,thank you for saving so many dogs, they really need our help and support. I’m sorry you lost Rocky, but the happiness he gave your family is a true treasure. Keep up the great work 👍 💪 I wonder if Humans will ever learn, we are the problem and the solution, I hope we all can be more aware and help animals. 👍
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The first dog he saw did not have any access to food and water as well as air because of the closed plastic bottle that was stuck on the dog’s head.
Where You Can Find This Man And Why He Started His Mission
The man who helps these doggies is from Andhra Pradesh in India. He said that the problem begins with the people who discard plastic bottles carelessly.
The stray dogs who get their heads stuck on these plastic bottles are trying to find food that is why they scavenge and find these empty plastic bottles.
Whenever the man finds a dog that has a plastic bottle in its head, he goes out of his way to get near the dog even if it is aggressive. He says that he feels the happiest every time he helps a dog out.
The mission of this man is not easy, however, because dogs usually start to panic whenever he tries to get the plastic bottles out. The dogs give him only one chance so he has to remove the plastic bottle with that one chance.
The man adds that this situation is a hundred percent preventable if people would crush the plastic bottles that they discard.
The man started his mission because he had a dog in the past for 16 years. However, their family dog dies in 2021. To cope with the grief and the sadness of their loss, he began with his mission in honor of his dog that already passed.