Woofstock,Canada’s largest dog festival, took place in Toronto last Saturday and Sunday. As usual, it was a marvellous experience to see so many of my favourite animals in one place.
This is a multi-cultural, or rather multi-species, event, which I would gladly support with my tax dollars (although they probably don’t need that kind of support).
The love and friendliness, which emanated from those dogs, somehow penetrated the minds and hearts of the people who attended, making Torontonians look much friendlier and more cheerful than usual.
Yes, dogs bring so much to our lives – they love you unconditionally, they never lie, they would be loyal to the point of endangering themselves. All these are
qualities, which lack in so many humans.
An additional bonus to the event was the lack of hijabs and burqas. I saw only one girl with a hijab at the booth of a well known Canadian corporation, which was odd. She could easily go after them for forcing her to spend hours among hundreds of “unclean animals”.
Anyway, here are a few portraits of the stars that make Woofstock such a wonderful event:
Here are few more pics.