India′s forgotten stray animals suffer under record heatwaves | News | DW

India’s extreme summer months are not only hitting humans hard but have taken a toll on the dogs, cats and other animals living on the nation’s streets.

While dogs and cats have long lived side by side with humans and depended on them for food, they have never really been considered as valued members of the country.

Part of that exclusion stems from people’s perceptions — that street dogs are dangerous and a nuisance, according to a study published by a group of biologists who track the behavior of street dogs.

People’s aversion to stray dogs stems from their tendency to fight with each other over food and the fact that they can carry rabies, a disease that is still a major health concern in India.

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