Monsoon usually has a devastating effect. However, lengthy just before the rains wreak havoc on humans, it has a considerable effect on the innumerable animals that live on the streets of our county. And in the course of such difficult instances, a small believed on our aspect can go a lengthy way in assisting the animals. An instance of this was caught on camera when an employee of the Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai shared an umbrella with a stray dog in the course of the rain. The image quickly started to do the rounds on social media and even caught the interest of Tata Group’s Chairman Emeritus Ratan Tata. The hotel is a aspect of the Tata Group.
Posting the image on his Instagram account, Mr Tata mentioned, “Sharing comfort with the strays this monsoon. This Taj employee was kind enough to share his umbrella with one of the many strays while it was pouring quite heavily. A heartwarming moment captured in the busy hustle of Mumbai. Gestures like these go a long way for stray animals,” with a heart emoji.
The social media upload grabbed the interest of Ratan Tata’s followers who rushed to the comments section to praise the man for his act of kindness. Content creator and model, Scherezade Shroff shared some information and facts about the adorable dog in the image. She wrote, “That’s Speedy. At least that what all the Taj boys call this good boy.”
Another user wrote, “Man with a golden heart,” when several other people flooded the comments section with heart and heart-eye emojis.
Take a look at the photo right here.
The photo has gone viral with more than a million ‘likes’ on the photo-sharing platform.
Industrialist Ratan Tata’s adore for dogs is properly-identified. Such is the 83-year-old’s fondness for dogs that Bombay House, the worldwide headquarters of Tata Group, has a particular kennel devoted to stray dogs living about the location.
Mr Tata even has a favourite amongst the several dogs housed right here — a black and white pooch named Goa. Sharing the secret behind his furry friend’s exceptional name, Mr Tata mentioned in an Instagram post last year: “He was a stray puppy when he got into my colleague’s car in Goa, and came all the way to Bombay House, hence the name Goa.”
Mr Tata’s had earlier even referred to Goa as the “friend” he looked forward to meeting at the workplace, each and every day.