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Many people in India has pets and street dogs near their homes. But most of people  treat street dogs very rudely and their pets politely. Cruelty to animals in India is a concern which Indians appear not ready to take responsibility for, with attacks on stray animals, especially dogs, becoming part of daily life.
In the capital New Delhi, an unidentified man was caught on CCTV attacking a dog and killing a puppy outside a metro station. A housewife in the southern state of Karnataka smashed eight puppies on a boulder. In the northern state of U.P, a man in an inebriated state poured acid on five new born puppies and their mother. The west central state of Maharashtra registered a case in which a traffic police officer was arrested for the brutal assault on a stray dog, which led to permanent blindness in one eye. Around 50 community dogs were sedated with food laced with pesticide and then burned alive in the south-eastern state of Tamil Nadu. These incidents took place within the span of a month, with the last one occurring recently.
“In Hindu culture, we are taught that the same soul that is in a human being is the same in all animals. It is also an animate thing, so we have to treat everything equally. We need to be against breeders because buying a animal is killing a animal. so its important to treat street dogs like our pets