Life for a street dog is hard to say the very least It helps however when kind people like our inspiring friend Carrie Morgridge care for them Enroute one of the programs at Hubli on her recent trip to India Carrie spotted a wounded dog who was in terrible pain and thus incredibly nervous and scared a speeding car had hit him Carrie immediately stopped the car went out lifted the pup in her arms He had a broken jaw a broken leg and was smelling bad Despite the foul smell she hugged him so that he felt loved and rushed him to a vet Before she left the city later that week she made sure the pup she fondly calls Stinky Binkie had found a loving foster home It is not okay for people to be indifferent to the suffering of others every single life matters Let us be committed to protecting everyone especially the most vulnerable the animals John Farnam Michelle Morgridge

Life for a street dog is hard, to say the very least. It helps, however, when kind people like our inspiring friend Carrie Morgridge care for them. Enroute one of the programs at Hubli on her recent trip to India, Carrie spotted a wounded dog, who was in terrible pain and thus incredibly nervous and scared, a speeding car had hit him. Carrie immediately stopped the car, went out lifted the pup in her arms. He had a broken jaw, a broken leg and was smelling bad. Despite the foul smell, she hugged him so that he felt loved and  rushed him to a vet. Before she left the city later that week, she made sure the pup, she fondly calls

Life for a street dog is hard, to say the very least. It helps, however, when kind people like our inspiring friend Carrie Morgridge care for them. Enroute one of the programs at Hubli on her recent trip to India, Carrie spotted a wounded dog, who was in terrible pain and thus incredibly nervous and scared, a speeding car had hit him. Carrie immediately stopped the car, went out lifted the pup in her arms. He had a broken jaw, a broken leg and was smelling bad. Despite the foul smell, she hugged him so that he felt loved and rushed him to a vet. Before she left the city later that week, she made sure the pup, she fondly calls "Stinky Binkie" had found a loving foster home.

It is not okay for people to be indifferent to the suffering of others, every single life matters. Let us be committed to protecting everyone, especially the most vulnerable – the animals.
John Farnam Michelle Morgridge

Life for a street dog is hard, to say the very least. It helps, however, when kind people like our inspiring friend Carrie Morgridge care for them. Enroute one of the programs at Hubli on her recent trip to India, Carrie spotted a wounded dog, who was in terrible pain and thus incredibly nervous and scared, a speeding car had hit him. Carrie immediately stopped the car, went out lifted the pup in her arms. He had a broken jaw, a broken leg and was smelling bad. Despite the foul smell, she hugged him so that he felt loved and rushed him to a vet. Before she left the city later that week, she made sure the pup, she fondly calls "Stinky Binkie" had found a loving foster home. It is not okay for people to be indifferent to the suffering of others, every single life matters. Let us be committed to protecting everyone, especially the most vulnerable – the animals. John Farnam Michelle Morgridge

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