Cop Shares Umbrella With Stray Dogs During Heavy Rainstorm

 It meant the world to them

In the past few days, heavy rain flooded the streets of Kolkata, India, allowing humans and animals to find a safe place in the storm. So, it seemed only natural to Constable Tarun Kumar Mandal that he should help those in need.

Last Saturday, when Mandal was monitoring traffic at a busy seven-way intersection, he encountered some unexpected people. Two wet stray dogs found him standing in the middle of the road and swarmed. The sympathetic police provided shelter for two dogs under his big umbrella and continued to direct traffic.

A passerby took a photo of this small act of charity and shared it on social media, which moved people from all over the And therefore the look on the dogs' faces says it all:

It is estimated that there are 35-40 million stray dogs in India — one of the best stray dogs in the world — and it takes a long way to help these animals. However, when a dog needs rescue or just a place to rest, the Kolkata police will try to intervene wherever they want.

For these two grateful stray dogs, the moment of breathing means the earth.

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