Moscow authorities really, really don't want stray dogs riding subway1/26/2013
Most cities have stray dogs, but the homeless hounds of Moscow have developed a rather unique skill: riding the subway. Hunters in the Russian city are trying to curtail the pooch problem by prowling the metro system and leaving out poisoned meat traps in busy sections, which will surely not backfire in any horrifying ways on homeless people or children. It is not surprising that animal rights groups are opposing these plans, claiming that hunts for strays have resulted in the death of over a thousand dogs last year, including some pets and therapy dogs. Seems like it might make everyone safer and happier if you just let the pups enjoy their free ride. [Source]
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