The employees of the Barreirinha bus station in Brazil took three strays inside their facilities and constructed small beds out of recycled tires to show their support.
These three homeless animals managed to win their affection.
Workers reported seeing them in the area around the business.
Because they needed to eat
Every time someone came near them, they raced away, fearing abuse. The employees, though, were earning them, and the furry ones gradually started to trust them.
The puppies shared a sense of belonging at the station.
Employees started caring for the animals, naming them Max, Zoinho, and Poco. The furry ones appeared to enjoy the season without any complaints or issues, but as winter arrived, they started to shiver in the evenings.
The staff considered placing them in a safe house for the night.
They had grown attached to them, so rather than abandoning them to a shelter, they created cozy sleeping quarters out of repurposed tires, stuffed them with blankets and matting, and set them up inside the station.
Puppies all picked their favorite sleeping spot.
There was much rejoicing among the furry ones as they discovered their brand-new cozy beds. This former bus terminal is now a plush pet resort fit for the three canine guests.
Upon learning about this admirable effort, police officer Fabiane Rosa photographed the touching event and shared her work on social media, where it rapidly gained widespread attention.