Re-wilding by Pat Darnell and the Pack | Jan 6, 2012 | Bryan TX
We found this story, and you may have seen it before, but the idea of it astounds us. Dogs are simply the greatest friends. We should look out for them like we look out for orphans. I think the people who ride with them appreciate the company. It is what we would call an "amicable relationship." The dogs, they say, in these articles, have developed a subway riding etiquette. Wow, smarter than Xerox.
Russia: Stray Dogs Master Complex Moscow Subway System - ABC News: " ... "Every so often, if you ride Moscow's crowded subways, you notice that the commuters around you include a dog - a stray dog, on its own, just using the handy underground Metro to beat the traffic and get from A to B.
Yes, some of Moscow's stray dogs have figured out how to use the city's immense and complex subway system, getting on and off at their regular stops. The human commuters around them are so accustomed to it that they rarely seem to notice." (ALEX MARQUARDT, BILL BLAKEMORE and ROSS EICHENHOLZ. MOSCOW, March 19, 2010. LINK) ... "
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