Many of you will remember the memorable and very famous story of Hachiko, a faithful dog who lived in Japan and who every day, after the death of his master, traveled the same stretch of road that they used to do together. His story rebounded from one end of the globe to the point that inspired the making of a very lucky film.
Apparently comes from Mongolia the dog destined to become the "heir" moral of Hachiko, that is another puppy who has distinguished himself for his deep dedication to his human.
In the city of Hohhot, the capital of the Mongolia region, citizens took pictures and videos of a dog that went to the same place every day. His master died tragically on that stretch of road in August: from the next day the animal has taken the habit of going to the same place, despite the cars, the rain or the sun, and wait for the return of his beloved human.
The daily routine has been going on for a good 3 months (more than 80 days), and the offers of help from the people were worthless. In fact, the animal showed a lot of distrust towards the humans and went away, and then went back to sit on the side of the road a few minutes later.
Finally in November, after the reports of citizens concerned about the health of the dog and drivers, an association has decided to intervene and try to understand if there are other family members who can take charge of the dog or if it is appropriate to give it in foster care.
We hope that you will soon find a family that takes care of it, and repay it of the immense love that he is showing.