This Mall Lets Homeless Dogs Sleep Inside With Blankets To Escape The Cold
January 11, 2017
After a recent snow storm hit Turkey, the Atrium Mall in Istanbul opened its doors to homeless dogs so that they wouldn't have to spend the night outside in the freezing cold.
Animal lovers stepped in to provide warm blankets for the lonely dogs.
The volunteers also fed the dogs so they didn't go to bed with an empty stomach.
"All of us, if we can help as much as we can, all the stray animals will be in good shape and the street animals need help all over the world," one of the volunteers told CNN Turks.
(h/t) one green planet
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