Loyal Dog Refuses To Leave His Owners Car Crash Site For 18 Months So Locals Built Him A Home

If there is one film that will certainly make you sob like it’s nobody’s business, it’s the legendary “Hachi: A Dog’s Tale”. Based on a real story of an incredibly loyal and heartbroken Japanese Akita who waited for his owner at Tokyo’s Shibuya train station every day for nine years following his death. As a symbol of remarkable loyalty and fidelity, Hachiko was portrayed in many adaptations across pop culture worldwide: books, films, statues, and more. The touching story of a beautiful friendship between man and dog is repeating itself 94 years later in Greece where this devoted dog hasn’t moved an inch from the spot where his owner met his tragic fate 18 months ago. So grab a napkin …

This Shiba Inu Is The Cutest Flower Boi In Japan And His 19 Pics Are Making People Happy

Just like the iconic flowers the canine likes to frolic in, the Shibu Inu is a symbol of Japan. The Shiba is the smallest of the six original Japanese dogs (Akita Inu, Shikoku Inu, Kishu Inu, Hokkaido, and Kai Ken) which were all bred before the 19th century. issyrider Ishizuki has been a photographer, working with a single-lens reflex camera, since 2016 – only one year before she got Hachi. Through the photos, this sweet pup gives off an infectious warmth, but his owner said it was not always like that for this rescue dog, “He was very scared of dogs, but now he is very friendly with everyone.” issyrider Because of their lineage and personality, Shibas are the number …