Viral video shows dog traveling in Mumbai local train; netizens applaud canine’s behavior, criticize rude passenger

Viral video shows dog traveling in Mumbai local train; netizens applaud canine's behavior, criticize rude passenger

Viral video shows dog traveling in Mumbai local train; netizens applaud canine's behavior, criticize rude passenger

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A viral video capturing a stray dog traveling on a local Mumbai train has won hearts on the internet. The video, shared widely on social media, showcases the dog’s composed demeanor, contrasting sharply with the rude behavior of a passenger who repeatedly shouted at the animal and nudged it to jump out of the moving train.

Dog traveling in the local train.
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Despite the passenger’s aggressive attempts, the dog remained calm and only stepped out of the train after it had properly halted at the platform. This display of patience and composure by the canine earned widespread admiration from netizens.

Many social media users applauded the dog’s behavior, with some commenting that it was “smarter than many Mumbaikars.” 

On the other hand, the passenger’s harsh treatment of the dog drew significant criticism. Netizens expressed their fury over the unnecessary aggression, emphasizing the importance of treating animals with kindness and respect.

One dog has manners to get down only after the train stops,” commented a reddit user on the post. 

“That dog is smarter than many Mumbaikars,” wrote another social media user. 

Another user applauded the animal and wrote, “Doggo understands “Chalti train se utarna khatarnak hai” better than humans.. Smartyyy”

Suggesting to use the viral video to spread awareness among Mumbai local passengers a reddit user wrote, “Mumbai locals should use this video as an ad to tell people not to get off running trains.”

Another user recalled his train journey where he got to encounter with the same dog. Cherishing his memory with the dog, the user wrote, “Man I saw this video and got so excited because I instantly recognised the doggo from when it had boarded a train I was once on. I spent a good 10mins finding the video of the doggo (it was way back in October), only to realize you can’t attach videos in the comments:(( Anyway that was probably the happiest train ride.”

The incident highlights the contrasting attitudes of individuals towards animals and serves as a reminder of the need for compassion and understanding in our interactions with stray animals in public spaces.