The stray dogs of Moscow’s Metro

The Wall street Journal looks at how the lives of today’s stray dogs compare to conditions experienced by canines under communism:

In Soviet times, dogs were barred from Moscow’s metro. Today, however, they are so common there — curling up on empty seats, nuzzling their neighbors, lounging in stations — that there is even a Web site devoted to them:

No Scottish Terriers sighted so far.

In other Russian dog news, see Scottie News‘ big scoop on Vladimir Putin’s secret poodle.