Epigraph of the program: A fragment of the film "White Beam black ear".
The presenter announces the theme of the program: Attitude to homeless animals.
Elena Maruyeva says that dogs living on the streets cannot threaten the sanitary condition of cities and the population.
Elena Maruyeva talks about the statistics of dog attacks on people and pets.
Alexander Tkachev says that stray animals can be carriers of infections and rabies.
Alexander Tkachev talks about the threat of a rabies epidemic in Moscow and the region.
Video: People on the streets talk about their attitude to stray animals.
A viewer in the studio talks about the case of an attack by a pack of stray dogs on a person.
Alexander Tkachev talks about the behavior of dogs in packs and the causes of animal attacks on humans.
Alexander Tkachev talks about the rules of human behavior when attacked by a pack of dogs.
A viewer in the studio tells a case about the behavior of a person who was attacked by stray dogs.
A spectator in the studio talks about the behavior in packs of dogs.
Vovk Angelina talks about the rules of behavior when meeting stray dogs.
Viewers express their opinions about dogs.
Elena Maruyeva talks about the work of government agencies involved in trapping stray animals.
Elena Maruyeva talks about the prices for the services of dog trapping services.
Yulia Shvedova says that individuals cannot demand the capture of animals, only organizations.
Video: People on the streets answer the question: Is it necessary to fight stray dogs?
Elena Maruyeva says what happens to the captured animals.
Alexander Tkachev says that substances for euthanizing dogs do not arrive in Moscow.
Pavlova Tatiana says that substances for euthanizing animals continue to arrive.
Alexander Tkachev and Elena Maruyeva talk about the world practice of keeping captured animals.
Video: A kennel of stray dogs in a studio apartment.
The owner of the shelter Vasilyeva Galina communicates with the dogs, talks about their maintenance.
Neighbor Galina talks about the owner of the shelter.
Vovk Angelina talks about the work of the Moscow Society for the Protection of Animals.
Vovk Angelina talks about the reasons for the appearance of stray dogs on the streets.
Alexander Tkachev talks about punishing owners who throw dogs into the street.
Moryakova Keaterina talks about pedigreed dogs caught on the street through the fault of people.
The viewer talks about catching domestic dogs and the lack of walking grounds.
The viewer talks about the case of shooting dogs at the metro station.
Alexander Tkachev talks about the case of shooting a dog by the police.
The spectator talks about shooting her dog with bear buckshot and shows the cartridge case.
Female viewers talk about trapping and shooting animals in front of children.
Elena Maruyeva talks about the financing of shelters abroad and the sterilization of animals in Moscow.
The spectator tells about the case of her redemption of dogs from the city trapping service.
The viewer asks where to put the puppies.
A girl with a stray dog offers the audience to take an animal.
The viewer tells a funny household incident that happened to a stray dog.
Viewers discuss the problem of stray dogs.
Vovk Angelina talks about English laws regarding a person who has harmed a stray animal.
Elena Maruyeva calls on everyone to fight for animal rights.
Alexander Tkachev talks about animal rights and the creation of an animal protection service in Moscow.
The presenter says goodbye to the audience.
Marueva Elena - Chlen obschestva eticheskogo otnosheniya k zhivotnim, vrach-veterinar. Tkachev Aleksandr Viktorovich - Kandidat veterinarnih nauk. Vovk Angelina Mihajlovna — sovetskaya i rossijskaya tele- i radioveduschaya, diktor Centraljnogo televideniya SSSR, kinoaktrisa i teatraljnij pedagog, uchastnik Blagotvoriteljnogo fonda Moskovskogo obschestva zaschiti zhivotnih. Shvedova Yuliya - chlen Moskovskogo obschestva zaschiti zhivotnih. Pavlova Tatjyana - Chlen obschestva eticheskogo otnosheniya k zhivotnim. Moryakova Keaterina - chlen Moskovskogo obschestva zaschiti zhivotnih.