He refused help just because he wanted to keep waiting…
A loyal dog stayed on the Yangtze Bridge in Wuhan, China, for four days after witnessing his master commit himself by jumping from the bridge into the water. Thousands of people have been moved by the sorrowful photographs of the devoted dog that were uploaded online.
According to the Chutian Metropolis News translation, the images of the dog sitting on the bridge’s pavement were shot by a local named Xu. Mr. Xu wanted to take the dog home, and when he went to pick it up at the bridge on Friday, the dog was too terrified to approach the guy and raced away.
When Du Fan, the director of the Wuhan Small Animal Protection Association, read the man’s post about the dog fleeing, he and volunteers began searching for the dog.
“On the evening of May 30, the dog accompanied its owner to the Yangtze Bridge. We requested that the bridge officers investigate what had occurred. It was quite dark… The surveillance film didn’t reveal anything… We noticed the individual immediately leap.”
It is hoped that volunteers will be able to locate the dog and place him in a new loving home. Dogs are incredibly faithful.
Another dog waited for his owner every day for more than three months at Wuhan Taikang Hospital, hoping to be reunited with his master. Unfortunately, the dog’s elderly owner died from Covid-19 after only five days.
The seven-year-old dog had no clue his owner would never return, but he would appear every day in the hospital lobby, seeking for his person everywhere. Kind folks who saw the pup’s mental distress fed him and ensured he was cared for until a local animal shelter came to assist.
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