Corgi Takes a Stand Against ‘No Dogs’ Policy
A corgi named Max has lodged a protest against the city of Nelson, British Columbia for its flagrant discrimination against dogs.
“These street markings are unacceptable,” says Ted Farro, a spokesperson for the disgruntled pup, referring to the ‘No Dogs’ signs painted on city sidewalks. “It’s a public street, and dogs have the same right as anyone to be there. You don’t see any ‘No Cats’ signs around here, do you?”
Max has organized a sit-in to protest the city policy. Police are holding off for now in the hope he will give up his cause. That’s unlikely, according to people who know Max.
“He’s very determined,” says friend Jerri Boso. “He’s been known to sit for hours — days, if need be.”
Via Amber L.