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Store Owners Open Their Doors To Stray Animals So They Can Escape The Cold

This is one story that is making us feel all warm and fuzzy inside because these store owners who opened their doors to stray animals during a freezing cold storm are reminding us just how good people can be.

In Istanbul, Turkey, the winters are fierce and the snowstorms are fiercer. Many stray animals unfortunately don't make it through on her own, so hearing this story offers us a true glint of hope.

People decided to protect the dogs in need.

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All around various parts of Turkey, people have been looking out for stray animals, and the pictures have gone viral online. From bundling dogs in blankets in the mall to making them box shelters, people have been trying to save dogs in need.

Even some store owners decided to open up their doors to shelter dogs in need, and the pictures couldn't be cuter or more inspiring.

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The weather outside is frightening but this store is so delightful.

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As The Dodo reported, a clothing shop in Istanbul called Penti has been making sure that every homeless dog they find is taken care of, providing them with food, shelter, and warm blankets to cozy up inside.

Arzu Inan, the store's manager, posted plenty of adorable photos to Facebook to show the world that these lucky puppers are being looked after and are now safe and sound.

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Hopefully this story inspires others to do the same.

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While it's a relief to see people helping these animals in need, it's is heartbreaking to see how many dogs and cats are in need of a warm place to survive the cold.

We truly hope that all of these community heroes encourage others to step up and do the same.

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We need lasting solutions for our furry friends in need.

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Our hearts are truly melting over this story and we can only hope that it inspires cities to come with long-term solutions to help homeless animals find safe shelter within the storm.

Let us know what you think of this story and if it has you ready to snuggle up with a pup in need.

h/t: The Dodo, Facebook | Arzu Inan

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