Public figure and journalist Timofey Bazhenov became a guardian for a one and a half year old mongrel named Nala. It is reported on Tuesday, August 24, the TV channel REN TV…
Together with members of his public movement, Bazhenov visited the Krasnaya Sosna orphanage in Moscow. On the organization’s website, he saw an announcement that Nala needed help. After that, the journalist came to the municipal shelter to arrange custody of the future pet.
“Dogs that live among people are part of society. We are all responsible for all dogs. Not only for those that we have tamed and those who live in our homes, but also for those who are forced to live in an anthropogenic environment, that is, in cities and villages, without owners. They are absolutely unhappy, ”the public figure noted.
Currently, 4 cats and 3 dogs already live at Bazhenov’s house. According to him, Nala has yet to get used to walking – the journalist himself will provide all the necessary assistance in this.
“She’s afraid of everything, obviously she wasn’t eating well. Everyone offended her, probably even beat her. Fear is written not only on her face, but also in her posture. The role of pet guardians is to re-instill trust in dogs. Stray dogs are the smartest and most loyal, they are best used to get yourself a companion, ”Bazhenov said.
At the same time, the TV presenter noted that the dog responds well to the name, like that of a she-wolf, given at the shelter. However, if later it becomes clear that Nale’s nickname does not fit, Bazhenov will not mind calling the pet a Bug.
He also noticed that a companion dog can help a person find a true friend. According to the journalist, it is in the hands of people that there is an opportunity to make the life of pets better, as well as to help them believe in the existence in the world of kindness and care.
Earlier, on August 18, Bazhenov helped save the Moscow equestrian club “Golden Horseshoe”, located in the Yauza park. It was clarified that the complex suffered from massive development, and its existence was actually under threat. Muscovites spoke out for the preservation of the club and began collecting signatures. The situation was helped by the active activity of the public movement Bazhenov.