Getting better; I hope, I do hope. Wherever I go, I donate what I can and wherever I can and whenever I can. I just hope for these examples would lead on to something better for all of our beautiful friends, because animals are really, really good. All these dogs are precious to me. I really took them from the jaws of death and took care of them; the most difficult part already, when they were babies. And I had to be the mother and father and caretaker.
His name was Hero. I’ll always remember and I cried so much, so much, and I said, “In the name of humanity, I really apologize to you. I really am ashamed and I apologize to you. You’ll go to Heaven for sure. I’ll make sure of that.” I did not cry for him. I cried for myself and for the lot of all the dogs. For all the wild dogs that have been mistreated or have met with suffering like that, for example, or poisoning, or abused, or killed to be eaten, or for the fur, whatever. My God! We humans, we’re so savage. We say dogs are wild dogs and street dogs, but they are not as wild as some of us humans.