Man gives food to dogs – level 3

06-01-2022 15:00

An animal lover in Jordan spends thousands of dinars every month to feed stray dogs, as he posts videos online to encourage Jordanians to follow in his footsteps.

Nader Abd al-Raheem al-Morshed spends around 1,400 dollars every month to feed and vaccinate abandoned street dogs as part of an initiative that he started seven years ago. His main goal is to change people’s outlook on dogs, so that they can live with the animals peacefully. People often think that it is necessary to get rid of these dogs, who are often uncared-for or left sick in the street.

Morshed recently started to upload videos of the dogs on Tik Tok; these are videos he created for many years before Tik Tok even existed. He does this to make people aware that dogs were pets and they were friendly and good with people. He hopes to inspire others to do the same and to prevent the dogs from eating each other or waiting for each other to die.

Difficult words: stray (having no home or having wandered away from home), initiative (an action to resolve a difficulty or improve a situation), uncared-for (not receiving enough care or attention).

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