San Francisco moonbats have come up with the ultimate feel-good solution to homelessness: give homeless people who aren’t really homeless because they live in hotels at taxpayer expense free puppies:
Dogs will be issued to single-room occupancy hotel residents who can prove that they’re capable of providing care, according to the San Francisco Chronicle — and with the dogs, a $50 to $75 weekly stipend to cover dog food and other canine necessities, the newspaper reported.
The idea is aptly named WOOF — Wonderful Opportunities for Occupants and Fidos, according to Bevan Dufty, who is serving as Mayor Ed Lee’s homeless czar.
Don’t worry that the stipend will go to drugs and alcohol; recipients of this latest handout must be “seeking treatment if they have addictions.”
Also, they are forbidden to use the puppies as props when they panhandle. But they won’t need to beg anyway, since supposedly they only do it because they “just don’t have anything else to occupy their time.” Now they can sit in their free hotel rooms and play with their free puppies all day.
Homelessness solved; on to the next problem.
On a tip from AC.