Most people try to stay away from street dogs being afraid to be bitten or infected with any kind of contagion. However, you can always avoid confrontation without becoming physical in case you follow simple non-violent conduction rules, the most important of which is just stay calm and walk away.
But what if you find yourself in a situation when you can’t just walk away? What if a street dog doesn’t attempt to attack you, but rather seeks some help? Would you stay and try to figure out a rescue solution or just bustle off reassuring yourself someone else would come to its aid? Of course, we’re all busy people in a constant deuced hurry, but it won’t take you an eternity to stop for a moment, look around and assist whenever possible to those who need it the most.
Let’s not forget that we’re responsible for what we have tamed. Street animals are the most vulnerable category since they don’t have owners to stand for them, and if every one of use does his share, their lives will become much more easier.