Once again, we face indisputable proof that humans simply do not deserve dogs.
This Russian good pup was mindful of traffic laws when making his attempt to cross the street, and the internet really lost it.
Take a look at this angel:
Челябинск не так уж и суров. https://t.co/ftPfoVpe6y— andrey (@andrey)1550547499.0
Chelyabinsk, Russia, is blessed by this patient pup.
A traffic cop, seeing the plight of the doggo, walked into the middle of the road to make sure the traffic stopped for him.
When the little pooch crosses, he appears to be walking with a slight limp:
A traffic cop had to STOP cars after seeing a limping stray dog trying to cross the road in Chelyabinsk, Russia! https://t.co/06o4RIG5k4— RT (@RT)1550707200.0
@RT_com Good soul— Pijikay (@Pijikay)1550760144.0
@RT_com How kind he is！— sakurakoro (@sakurakoro)1550747060.0
@RT_com This is the reason why we co-exist...— Low Chun Keong (@Low Chun Keong)1550715315.0
"Chelyabinsk is not so harsh," the original tweet reads.
In fact, Chelyabinsk seems like it could be a great place if all humans treat all city dogs with this much compassion.
@RT_com russians ❤️✊🏾— matty harra (@matty harra)1550711581.0
@RT_com OMG. What a hero. 😮— Alex Ustas (@Alex Ustas)1550708814.0
@RT_com Shows Russians have more heart than West.— UNIVERSAL VALUES?CULTURE,RELIGION&HISTORY DIFFERS (@UNIVERSAL VALUES?CULTURE,RELIGION&HISTORY DIFFERS)1550707840.0
A limping dog couldn't cross a road until a policeman helped it. #Russia https://t.co/8o6ZeTqoAn— Raw man (@Raw man)1550771721.0
When dogs are the best, doesn't it just melt your icy heart?
Especially in this cold season. Chelyabinsk, Russia, is currently experiencing a high of 23 degrees Fahrenheit. Across the pond, in the US, some very good dogs are helping to warm up the season.
Like this shovelin' pup:
This very good dog lent his owner a helping paw 🐾❤️❄️https://t.co/GfxMoyYY2Y https://t.co/BeEGa5khcM— FOX 5 DC (@FOX 5 DC)1550626200.0
This is Titan, a Very Good Dog who is loving all of the snow in Munds Park. Thanks to Alanna Calandra for sharing… https://t.co/DbCUxnjkl0— ABC15 Arizona (@ABC15 Arizona)1550802700.0
A coyote trotted into a yard in New York and explored a toy left in the snow. What the homeowner managed to capture… https://t.co/sXZbIboCvV— Wolf Conservation Center (@Wolf Conservation Center)1550802146.0
It’s snowing in Vegas so here’s my dog in snow for the first time ft. My moms narration https://t.co/xEvLoyIDi8— Colé 🇲🇽 (@Colé 🇲🇽)1550726292.0
Ever wondered what it would be like to be buried in snow and found by one of our happy search and rescue dogs? (Vid… https://t.co/YoSvgE0Y9k— Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England (@Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England)1550613007.0
My dad sends me videos of our dog and she thrives in the snow ❄️+🐶=❤️ #happypuppers https://t.co/KG6VWQez4r— Evan Asche (@Evan Asche)1550806179.0
Vegas dog in snow! I think Lola likes it, although she didn’t hesitate to come inside! (Just like me!) https://t.co/JDxibkGVyt— Dana Wagner (@Dana Wagner)1550720179.0
Perks of having snow dogs #icanteven https://t.co/egTfInfi7q— icanteven (@icanteven)1550769005.0
Beasley enjoying the snow #wienerdogs #snowdogs #dogs https://t.co/NTxfNcg2Ke— Nelson Wright (@Nelson Wright)1550514403.0
The only thing that makes this icy, grueling time of year better is the pups.
These dogs have never seen snow in their backyard https://t.co/sGa608TNX9— Damon (@Damon)1550775960.0
But gosh darn it, they make it so much better.