The street doesn't adopt pets, that is what I tell myself when I see some animals wandering around the streets, in the case of our city the most of these poor animals are dogs that for some reason ended in that way. I am against of this situation, not only because it brings a bad aspect for the city, but also those dogs deserve a better life like any other animal, maybe they can´t get an owner, but shelter and food are essential things that they should have, so a program to help them to satisfy those needs would be awesome and is something that I hope become real as soon as possible.
First, though it is true that many mongrels were born in the streets and get angry or act in an aggressive way with humans, this is not a reason to leave them alone, living a dangerous life, because the cycle is going to repeat over and over, and that is not a choice, so one solution is to take them to temporary homes while they are puppies.
Second, some people believes that the best way to end with this problem would be creating campaigns to kill these poor animals. Although there may be lower dogs wandering around than before, this is not even an option to take in consideration, because killing animals is a crime according to the law, and also killing an animal that could be considered like a pet is an indignant act.
Finally, in spite of the fact that the cost of keeping dogs in shelters with food and water is just too costly, the price paid for leave this situation in the same way in the long term is even higher. An example of this would be the increase of attacks of mad dogs due to the great population of mongrels starving in the streets.
To conclude, I'd like to talk about a group called ADA (Association in Defence of Animals) who look after the care and treatment of these helpless animals, so then taking them to temporary homes until they can be adopted. I admire the great devotion that this group of people put in each case, as an example,