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					STRESS
AND


STRAY
DOGS


DR.
SHRINIWAS
KASHALIKAR
When we see the dogs wandering on roads we
react according to our mood and our past
experience. But usually we develop a mixed feeling
of pity, sympathy, disgust and irritation. This
causes consciously perceived or unconscious
STRESS.

When we exude with sympathy; as we often do;
we feed the stray dogs and feel ennobled like an
egalitarian hero in Hindi movies! But we seem
oblivious or callous (like villains in Hindi movies)
to the menace of these dogs in terms of their
untimely barking, yelling, their urination and
defecation, their attack on unprotected children
and their horrifying and often fatal bites.

Is it not true that we may be allowed to pamper
our ego by feeding the stray dogs in public places;
only if we take the responsibility of and prevent
their nuisance to others?

Is it not true that as policy makers, judges and
administrators; we should decide the fate of stray
dogs; by weighing; the sentiments, whims, fancies
and idiosyncrasies; against the public safety at
large?

				
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