Moscow's Stray Subway Riding Dogs

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+3 1. cameramaster commented 3 years ago

Smart dogs :-)
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+3 2. ringmaster commented 3 years ago

Homeless animals is a great issue several places and they deserve better. Praying for random people's good will isn't enough for most of them.
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+3 3. Urmensch commented 3 years ago

I used to take the tube to college and because of where I got on it was usually always the same carriage. I started to notice a pigeon getting on at Farringdon station and getting off at Liverpool Street station; there are two stations between them.
At first I thought it was different pigeons but after the third time I copped it was the same one. It went on for nearly a year and I'd see it once or twice a week. I suspected it took the train every day but sometimes got the one before or after me.
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+1 4. snotrfan89 commented 3 years ago

Wasn't there a pigeon who did the same?
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+1 5. Jim777 commented 3 years ago

so there is intelligent life in Russia after all?
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0 6. buckleg08 commented 245 days ago

good bois...:)
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0 7. Judge-Jake commented 245 days ago

Dogs are amazing creatures, I would trust one more than I would trust the average person. <3