Video about a loyal dog in the ruins became a leader hits YouTube

Spot called "Endless loyalty" (Ultimate Loyalty) became the leader of views on YouTube

Against the background of the terrible tragedy in Japan, local journalists filmed and posted on the Internet a video of touching the dog's behavior, which remained after the tsunami without owners and faithfully guard the ruins of his wounded friend. Spot called "Endless loyalty" (Ultimate Loyalty) became the leader of views on YouTube — it looked more than 50 thousand people.

Record demonstrates as clearly purebred, but exhausted and dirty dog wearing a collar hanging around his wounded tribesman lying in ruins

Record demonstrates as clearly purebred, but exhausted and dirty dog wearing a collar hanging around his wounded tribesman lying in the rubble. He tries to draw the operator's attention to the prostrate dog sits down and looks at the camera.

In the picture can be seen, with the care an injured dog courting each other on the neck which is also visible collar. At one point it seemed comforting, hugging his paw on the neck. In comments to the video reports that both dogs were rescued, one of them was taken to a shelter, the other — in the veterinary clinic. The plot of this, judging by the comments showed American television.

A few more signatures on videotape reported that in Japan, started raising money to help the animals who have become homeless after the earthquake and tsunami. Many people have written that they are ready to take the dogs themselves.

Internet users who leave their comments under these motion pictures, note the extraordinary devotion of Japanese dogs. As you know, in Tokyo Shibuya Station is a monument to the dog Hachiko, who in the 1920's every day for many years to come back and waited for his master at his death.

About this story in 2009, the film "Hachiko: The most loyal friend" with Richard Gere in the title role. Place before the monument faithful dog — one of the most popular for meetings in Tokyo, reports "Interfax".

Note that there is a monument to a dog's loyalty and in the UK, the Scottish capital Edinburgh, at the entrance to the cemetery Greyfriars, a monument terrier Bobby. This dog is for 14 years (from 1858 until 1872) did not leave his master's grave — a shepherd John Gray.

In the picture can be seen, with the care an injured dog courting each other on the neck collar is also seen

After his death, Bobby accompanied the funeral procession to the cemetery, where it remained for many years. At first, the dog at night now from the cemetery, but every morning he returned again and again to the tombstone owner. Later Bobby was given special protection collar, which was confirmed by the dog at all times have the right to stay in the cemetery. After her death, the Scots collected money and erected a monument to Bobby. This terrier is also a hero of several films: "Greyfraers Bobby" (1961, Walt Disney production), "The Adventures Greyfraers Bobby" (2006).

 

Against the background of terrible shots and reports from Japan from the disaster coming and touching story about friendship and loyalty.

One video in the last few hours went into the lead on the number of hits on the Internet. Japanese dog on it, remaining after the tsunami without owners, protects his wounded friend. He wanders around the dog lying in the rubble, and then trying to get people's attention, and returns to a wounded dog.

Reportedly, it took rescuers several hours to get to the animals and to help. One of the dogs was then taken to the shelter, and the other — to the veterinary clinic.

We also learned that in Japan, started to raise funds for the animals who have become homeless after the earthquake and tsunami, according to NTV.

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