Stray Dog Helps Groups Of Kids Cross The Street By Blocking Cars

Dogs are once again proving that they are the absolute best boys ever!

Out in Batumi, Georgia, there is a stray dog named Kursha who has become a self-appointed crossing guard and has taken it upon himself to make sure that a group of kindergarten students were able to safely cross the street.

The children were trying to cross the road with their chaperone, however, several reckless drivers ignored the fact that the kids were trying to cross and simply kept driving through the crosswalk.

Kursha was not going to let cars get away with just blowing through the crosswalk, so he began to bark, stopping several cars, and making sure that the tiny humans were able to make it to the opposite side.

Beqa Tsinadza, a pedestrian who was witness to the incident, managed to capture it all on video. Thanks to Beqa, Kursha is now in the spotlight, so my next question is, when can we get this wonderful dog a forever home? I would love to get to write about him getting adopted. So, can we please make this a thing?

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