Here’s a shot taken this morning. Ever since the pandemic, this truck has been parked on our street. Our guess is someone moved in with their folks but we don’t know.
I love the slogan, “The Animal’s Choice.”
It’s funny how everyone talks ‘Green’ yet we have bylaws about cutting the lawn when it reaches a certain height and keeping animals at bay.
True, if an animal is in the home, that is not acceptable. A person could get rabies. And I guess that’s where this guy or gal comes in.
Still, I remember how in India wild goats and dogs would come into my little room and it was nice. No need to call up a “humane” extractor. We just made friends with the animals, feeding them scraps and enjoying their company. Once when I was bitten trying to free a dog caught and panicking on a wire fence, I went to the local doctor for the appropriate shots. Not a big deal. The pup actually looked apologetic after the incident and we were still good.
I miss that connection with nature in Canada. People say Canadian nature is beautiful. But in the cities, it’s a bit of a joke. Better than most cities but still a long way to go before becoming a truly healthy environment in which to live.