Lady Netizen Earns Praises Online for Showing Act of Kindness Towards Homeless Man & Dog

A lady netizen earns praises from the online community after showing an act of kindness towards her fellow dog lover.

A Facebook user named Riza Sorita has shared the video footage of a homeless man and his dog playing in front of a bank. The video touched the hearts of pet lovers and garnered reactions from the netizens.

In the video, it can be seen that a homeless man and his dog playing in front of a bank. The two seems to be enjoying their moment until Sorita approached them and showed an act of kindness.

Lady Netizen

Sorita narrated that she was about to withdraw money from a nearby ATM machine when saw the homeless man and his dog. The heartwarming moment touched her heart prompting her to get out of the vehicle.

Riza gave the homeless guy some food and money for his dog. The street dweller kept on smiling and expressed his gratitude to Sorita for her kindness.

“I was smiling when I saw them. Hindi ko mapigilan na bumaba ng kotse just to say hi to them. Sobrang saya ni Kuya nung binigyan ko sila ng food and konting pera. He just kept on smiling at me and nag-thank you siya,” Sorita said.

The lady netizen also realized an important life lesson after she witnessed the heartwarming moment. The kind woman even regrets complaining about what she had, instead of being grateful.

“I was so happy seeing Kuya na kuntento siya at masaya sa simpleng bagay and natuwa ako na hindi siya iniiwan ng dog niya. It was a precious moment. Naisip ko na minsan I complain about what I have pero si Kuya sobrang saya na niya sa ganun lang. It made me cry,” Sorita added.

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The social media users expressed their reactions to the video:

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