Covid saw the rise of the 'neighbourhood canine squad' an independent-thinking group of animal lovers that through magic (and What'sApp) rescued and fed hundreds of dogs. This didn't really happen on it's own.
It happened because of one fierce and indomitable force of nature named Priya Chetty Rajagopal.
You'll hear about her thoughts, ideas and how she used management techniques in the handling of street dogs.
And then, on the other side of the podcast, you'll hear Claudia Vinita Rabbi (not Jewish), a school teacher who decided to adopt an injured and limping dog. Only to be told she was getting kicked out of her apartment for being nice.
She found help, in the name of #JudeFelix, India's most celebrated hockey player.
The life of a street dog may not be easy. But it's harder still for the people who care for them. This is just one story.