Russian stray dogs have found new ways to survive–they take the subway!
Making the daily trip to and from work is one of the most despised tasks of the day.
Nobody looks forward to those crowded freeways, trains and buses, just fighting to get to the daily grind.
Well, now we aren't the only species to understand that pain—stray dogs are making the trip too in Russia.
Commuters sometimes noticed that stray dogs were amongst the other travelers on Russia's subway system. Dogs have figured out how to use the Moscow's immense subway to get around various stops to gather and hunt for food in different areas and then return home once the day is over.
Man, we all know that feeling!
The dogs go largely unnoticed since there as many as 35,000 stray dogs in Russia's capital and are found everywhere. Even if they are relatively homeless, the dogs are far from stupid and have adapted to the man-made jungle to survive and even thrive.
Maybe it's time the subway cracks down on these stray mutts and start charging them for a fare!