We all have heard how loyal dogs are and here is a story just to make the same point more robust.
A dog whose owner was killed in a car crash has remained at the scene from the last 18 months. Other people have tried to adopt it at this time, but the dog always goes back to the roadside.
The locals so moved by his dedication that they’ve even built him a makeshift home there itself. The locals give him food and water.
Haris, who was 40 when he died after being hit by a cement mixer in November 2017. The dogs since then remain on the spot and move slightly in the shade when it became very hot.
The dog is now affectionately called the Greek Hachiko in honour of another loyal pet — a Japanese Akita dog — who waited at a station in Tokyo, Japan, for almost a decade after his master’s death in 1925.
Hachiko’s bronze statue next to the Shibuya Train Station in Tokyo is a major tourist attraction.