Loyal Dog Stays Rooted To The Spot Where His Owner Had An Accident That Took His Life
July 17, 2019 17:44 By Mambee
Dogs are known to be the most loyal animals in the world, and they consistently prove their allegiance to their owners.
A perfect example is the story of a dog in Greece. This loyal dog impressed several netizens with his unwavering devotion to his late owner, even after 18 months.
The dog was named 'Greek Hachiko', after the famous Akita Inu that also showcased similar devotion at a Japan train station.
According to reports, the white dog has taken shelter in the roadside shrine close to the Nafpaktosfor the past one and a half years.
Various locals have tried to adopt the dog, but he repeatedly runs back to the roadside where the accident occurred.
It is evident that the dog misses his late owner, Haris, who passed away at 40 after a tragic encounter with a cement mixer.
It is uncertain whether the dog was present when the accident occurred, but many residents wonder how he got the direction to the shrine, which is seven-and-a-half miles away from his home.
Despite the mystery, one thing is certain: the unnamed dog is steadfastly waiting for his owner's impossible return. How heartbreaking!
After several unsuccessful attempts at moving the dog, locals built him a little sanctuary. They bring him food and water from time to time and try to make sure he is alright.
The dog spends all day lying in the dirt, regardless of the weather. He stares into the distance, looking lost, as though he's waiting for his late owner to find him.
It is devastating to think that there might never be a happy ending for this dog. We hope that he falls helplessly in love with a new family that will help him move on from this tragedy. He deserves to feel love again!