If you witness any act of abuse, neglect or cruelty against an animal it is your moral responsibility to report it. Don’t just walk by and let an animal suffer!
On the Himalayan mountains of Bhuta, Tim Gorski, a filmmaker and animal activist, was on his way to the monastery. He came across a friendly stray dog who was clear to see that he was sick. He was missing most of his hair. Tim knew straight away that he has to save that dog. The dog was after names Tim in his rescuer honor.
The Maya Foundation shared an image of the dog on Facebook and wrote: “Here is nice Tim the dog from Taktsang, and therefore the moment he met his soon-to-be rescuer,”“As many of us take this holy pilgrimage to wish and make offerings, I’m quite sure Tim made an equivalent journey knowing he could find salvation there – such a sensible doggie!”
Tim contacted Bhutan Animal Rescue and Care so the could come in touch with , The Maya Foundation to allow them to know that they had a dog “in need of some TLC”. Tim was then able to get “the Barnyard Spa” treatment, meaning a haircut, bath and pedicure.
Shortly after Tim looked very good and his beautiful fur started growing again.
Tim Gorki later on posted something very nice saying: “This is how the planet works, folks, through random acts of affection and kindness instead of detachment and indignation,”“I urge everyone to not simply walk by once you see an animal suffering. Take the time. Connect with the animal. Make the decision if need be. But do something. Don’t just walk by feeling sorry or helpless because you’re not. But the animals often are.”
Share Tim’s beatiful recovery and remind people that they should never turn their backs to animals in need ! <3