A small cafe on the Greek island of Lesbos has recently opened its doors to cater for the areas ever increasing populace of stray dogs. Footage taken on Wednesday, show the animals strewn out across the cafe catching up on some much needed sleep.
The bistro shuts down to clients at 03:00 nearby time and opens up as a puppy bed sit, enabling the stray canines to utilize the working amid the winter months.
Reports recommend that there are more than one million stray canines dissipated crosswise over Greece, the vast majority of which were once tamed, anyway because of the ongoing obligation emergency, numerous families have needed to surrender their pets, leaving numerous to wind up destitute.
This gesture from a café in Lesbos, Greece is enough to warm even the coldest of hearts. The Hott Spott café on the Greek island is opening its doors to stray dogs in the area each evening to provide them with shelter from the cold weather. The café in Mytilene, the island’s main port and capital city, closes to customers at 3am every morning, at which point the dogs are allowed inside for warmth.
A photo of the kind gesture was shared on Facebook by Eustratios Papanis and has since gone viral, with thousands of people spreading the word about the lovely idea.