A kind man travels throughout Mexico with a trolley to save stray dogs
Some of us are capable of doing the unthinkable for the sake of the four-legged ones, but the majority of us are utterly uncaring when it comes to helping innocent creatures. It concerns a meek Mexican man named Edgardo Perros and his enormous heart.
The good-hearted man began his endeavor in 2013 as a result of his empathy, love, and kindness towards stray canines. Edgardo made the decision at the time to assist stray canines across the nation. He boarded a trolley and started his 9,500-mile tour of Mexico.
Edgardo said to Quinta Fuerza, “No matter what mistakes we have committed in the past, it is never too late for us to do something good.” “I attempt to rehabilitate them with love and attention and place them for adoption, even if there is no food or medicine.”
Edgardo “Perros” Zuniga has so far been able to assist about 500 dogs, and he is only 900 miles away from completing his mission. This man has pushed a trolley loaded with dog food and medications more than 8,500 miles over the course of the last six years. He acknowledges that he occasionally worked odd jobs to provide for himself and his animal companions, but he also mentioned that he relied on the goodwill of strangers.
The 49-year-old claims that the purpose of his trip is to “awaken people’s consciousness.” He asserts that it is the owners’ fault that the dogs are living on the streets, not their own.
“It’s not the injured, damaged dogs that hurt me the most. It is the person doing it,” remarked Edgar. “I use the animal’s strength, and I do what I do out of love for them, not out of sympathy. Dogs will always be by my side, regardless of the weather, whether we are traveling through a desert or not, or whether they are hungry.
“Because dogs are so loving and protective, it’s crucial that we care for them as well!” Bored Panda was informed by Edgar. “I can’t go through the rest of my life just saying, ‘I went to Mexico once and saved dogs,'” the person said. I want to keep working with dogs.