Maxi, a homeless mutt in New York City, has always fended for himself. Then one day a kind taxi driver named Jim offers him friendship, a home, and a place in the front seat!
Stories like this restore my faith in humanity. Finding a homeless dog on the streets and just deciding, “You’re coming home with me” is a true act of kindness.
I like the idea of a taxi driver bringing their dog along on the job. More taxi services should do that. The taxi cabs would stink like dog breath but who cares. There’s a dog in the cab with you. Wouldn’t you love to see a face like this smiling at you from the front seat?
You always take a gamble when you ride in a taxi. The two biggest risks are you getting stuck in traffic and the price goes way up and you getting a crazy driver. I once had a crazy taxi ride in San Francisco and my parents and I were falling all over each other. My mom even ended up upside down (Just kidding but wouldn’t that be hilarious).
This weeks’ Weird but True Fact about Taxi Cabs
One hundred years ago, New York City taxi cabs were painted green and red, not yellow.