Photos of a dog in a bus compartment hooked netizens’ attention.
BUS COMPARTMENT – Lots of Facebook users reacted on the photos of a dog placed inside a bus compartment.
Recently, Kulitan Sa Planet Opdi Eyps Facebook page shared about the concern of a netizen. The post was credited to a certain Christian Matro.
According to the post, a dog was placed in a bus compartment. The bus will allegedly travel from Olongapo terminal to Pasay which would take a four-hour road travel.
The netizen raised a question on how can the owner of the dog permit his dog to get through the condition while he is comfortably sitting inside the bus.
The netizen claimed that they tried to talk to the owner but he acted like he did not know about it. They also reached out the security or the barker of the bus terminal who just raised a question on why the animal was not placed in a box.
According to the netizen, the doors of the bus compartment were later on closed and the vehicle began its travel.
“I hope the poor dog survived,” the netizen stated.
The netizen expressed an advice to pet owners not to bring their pets along with them if they know that it won’t be permitted to sit with them.
Addressing the bus companies, the netizen expressed a plea that they will not allow a similar situation to happen again. The netizen plead the bus companies not to allow pets to be placed inside the compartment.
Furthermore, the netizen added a suggestion that companies should inform their staff not to permit animals to be placed inside the compartment.
Based on the caption, the incident happened around 11:30 on the eve of April 16.
Lots of netizens expressed their reactions to the post through dropping comments.
According to one netizen, the owner of the pet has no right to take care of a dog.
A Facebook user stated in his comment that a dog being hurt is more painful than a breakup while another netizen commented that the dog should have been placed in the lap as long as it wears a diaper.
“Kawawa nmn dapat knandong nlng basta my diaper cya,” she stated.