Man Walks the Streets of Mexico With a Trolly to Sᴀᴠᴇ Homeless Dogs

Man Walks the Streets of Mexico With a Trolly to Sᴀᴠᴇ Homeless Dogs While most of us are so indifferent when it comes to help innocent animals, some are capable to do impossible things for the seeks of the four-legged ones. It’s the case of Edgardo Perros, a humble man from Mexico, and his huge heart.

Stuart Williams, who goes by the handle “Yogi Photographer” on Facebook, stumbled upon a most unusual traveler while vacationing around the beautiful beaches of Oaxaca in Southern Mexico. While driving near Mazunte, a fishing village known for its National Turtle Center, Williams saw “a peculiar sight.” A man was pushing a trolley along the road surrounded by dogs. Dogs were on top of his trolley. Dogs were behind him, in front of him and by his side. Tails were wagging furiously, barks were sounding and he just kept pushing his trolley through the heat.

After learning the story, Stuart Williams learned that the traveler turned out to be a 49-year-old man known as Edgardo “Salva Perros” (the Dog Savior), who was on a mission to rescue street dogs and rehabilitate them, one canine at a time. He had almost walked the entire perimeter of Mexico, over 13,000 kilometers (8,000 miles), picking up close to 500 homeless dogs along the way to help them get well and find a forever home.

He purchased a lot of dog food and medicine to rehabilitate many dogs in need. Whenever Edgardo spotted a dog along the way, he gave him water, food, tried to supply him with the best medical care that he could, and to find him a loving forever home, which will take him off the streets. His biggest hope was that these dogs won’t stay homeless.

Edgardo is aware that other people prefer to pour their time and resources into helping children, other people or ᴇɴᴅᴀɴɢᴇʀᴇᴅ species, but he set out to become a “guardian angel” for dogs and he plans to see his plan through to the end.

Despite having been through so much with his motley crew of dogs, Edgardo has three dogs of his own that have been by his side since the start of his journey six years ago. These are Negro, Blanco and Chilletas. They are responsible for helping other dogs behave more calmly.

Edgardo hopes that his mission raises awareness on the hardships homeless canines go through. Edgardo believes that they’re not to blame for their misfortune and that all people should try and help them the best way they can. Edgardo plans to finish his trip eventually, but he’ll never stop caring for dogs. He wishes to keep trying to rehabilitate as many canines as possible, and to find them the best forever homes they could possibly hope for. What an amazing man!

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