Dogs must be one of the loyalest beings ever to walk on this planet. Aside from giving humans unconditional love, they also protect us like their life depends on it.
Do we deserve dogs? I don’t think so. If only we can reciprocate their love and faithfulness, this world would have been a better place.
That’s why whenever I hear stories about owners abandoning or hurting their dogs, it breaks my heart into thousands.
Just like in this scenario where a loyal dog escapes a train to go back to the undeserving humans who abandoned her.
Maru, a Bullmastiff, walked 200 kilometres just to look for her owners who abandoned her.
Maru’s owners, a couple from Krasnoyarsk, are said to have taken her to a Trans-Siberian train to give her back to the kennel where they purchased her.
Kennel owner Alla Morozova, sold Maru to the couple. But after a few months, they decided they don’t want her anymore due to they are “allergic”.
“I never give up my puppies and when a dog is bought, it is stipulated that the owners should inform me if they do not need a dog anymore,” Alla told The Siberian Times.
When Maru was on the train, she had a panic attack when she realized her owners are gone. It is believed that the noise from the train scared her, and that made her jump out of it.
When Maru’s owners was told about her disappearance Alla was shocked to see them feel no remorse.
“That angered me. The owners were not upset at all, like, well, the dog is lost and that’s all right. That was their answer,” Alla told local reporters.
Fortunately, after a couple of days, Maru was found in an industrial part of Krasnoyarsk. It is near where her owners live.
However, when rescuers found her, they discovered she has blisters on her paws and her jaw was broken.
The good news is, Maru is now recovering and has been taken back to the kennel.