Meanwhile in Houston, drones are returning the favor by locating stray dogs that desperately need rescuing. World Animal Awareness Society (WA2S), a cutting edge non-profit, is using high-tech drones to help volunteers map, count and track stray dogs across the vast city. With the aid of GPS services and volunteers on the ground, our hero drones will be able to determine how many stray dogs are in Houston and exactly where those pups are so they can be helped. "It's a first step to try and tackle a humongous problem," Erika Emal, the founder of Southside Street Dogs, recently told USA Today. Sounds like a job for a superhero indeed!
We know that drones and dogs can rescue guacamole and save the day. Oh Lordy! Just think of all the possibilities for the rest of the world.