All over the living environment around us nowadays exist numerous socially disadvantaged minorities. There are various necessary factors leading to such social disadvantages; however, human indifference is definitely one of them. Those socially disadvantaged minorities consist of the disabled, single-parent families, marginalized people, and so forth. Animals, being among the minorities, are usually neglected by humans. Therefore, the issue of stray dogs, which really appealed for my attention, is what I am really concerned about. Before becoming a stray, a dog could play an important part in a family, being loved and taken care of. At the moment when they turn into a stray, their fate begins to whirl down upon them, finally, making them sacrifices for human irresponsibility.
The controversy over if humans have the power to decide the fate of the animals and their rights to life, only depending on their likes or dislikes, is worth thinking. With the works on the topic of stray dogs, I try to call for rethinking about our daily life to figure out if there is a gap between the choices we made and the responsibility needed for them and to change our indifferent behaviors. There is no need for overstating a readily help as a splendid achievement. We should be more generous with the emotional supports and, on an equal basis, respect those of different statuses and backgrounds. Attitudes of this sort are mutual but lacked by modern people.