Chour keeps about 45 dogs in his home, but he doesn’t have room for Chack Chack or the 500 other street dogs that he feeds each day. But Chour has placed Chack Chack in a secure foster home.
“His foster is a farmer who leaves home in the morning and comes back in the night,” Chour said. “He is really a poor man who lives in a wooden home, but Chack Chack sleeps inside.”
Chour may not be able to live with Chack Chack, but Chour visits him every day, and always brings him a hearty meal of dry dog kibble, rice and vegetables.