Christmas is being celebrated on 25th December all over the world. Apart from the customary traditions, a feast is a traditional part of the celebrations. There’s so much delicious food that is typically cooked on Christmas day as part of the sit-down dinner. A chef living in Thailand decided to spread the Christmas cheer among his furry friends too! Popular chef and blogger, Niall Harbison, cooked up a lavish feast for 100 stray dogs in Thailand. The internet couldn’t help but shower praise on the chef’s heartwarming gesture that was in tune with the Christmas spirit! Take a look at the video of the Christmas feast for stray dogs here:
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“Street dogs around the world have a hard life. But this group of 100 here in Thailand today were made feel very special. I was up at 4.30am to cook them the finest meal of their lives and people have been sending me toys from all over the world so I saved them up for today. Most of these dogs have never seen a toy in their lives,” wrote chef Harbison in the caption of the video.
“Medicines, vet trips and daily nutritious food are much more important but just like humans I think sometimes dogs just need to have a special treat and enjoy themselves. I think it’s a day they’ll never forget,” he added.
The video of the amazing act of kindness went viral on Instagram Reels. It has already received over 4.6 million views and 319k likes. Several people also shared their reactions to the video. “Literally crying after this video. Great job,” said one user in the comments section. “Thank you so much for doing this!”
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