Man collected water from a tap with his hands to give a stray dog ​​a drink. He quenched her thirst

 The man did not hesitate to give the dog some of his time because it did not stop using its front paws to ask for water. The puppy relies on people's generosity, just like many stray animals do, and he was fortunate this time.

People's care for animals is evident in every action they take to assist them. Since puppies and cats are the most frequently abandoned animals, which are observed on a daily basis in various parts of the world, it is practically impossible to find homes for them all.

Unfortunately, not everyone is able to have a pet because of regulations that must be followed or because they lack the funds to rent a larger space, but the little things are just as significant.

The value of providing food, shelter, transportation to a shelter, or contacting rescue is equal to that of adopting a stray animal.

This was shown by an unidentified man in a social media video where he can be seen directly from his hands giving water to a street dog.

The video was posted on Twitter by a Turkish businessman named Tansu Yeen, in which the man is seen assembling with additional individuals and fetching water from a nearby public faucet for the dog, who is seen acting thirsty and pawing at the ground.

In order to prevent the water from spilling on the ground, the man bent down, cupped his hands together, and carefully brought the water closer to the puppy.

The dog drank the water from his hands quickly and finished it all, so the man got up to get more. He was able to continue hydrating the thirsty creature by gathering more water in his hands after someone nearby opened the faucet for him.

John Grogan, a writer and American journalist, was quoted by Tansu on Twitter as saying that "animal lovers are a special breed of humans, generous of spirit, full of empathy, perhaps a little prone to sentimentality, and with hearts as big as a cloudless sky."

Watch the scene below.

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