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The dog traveled 92 km to visit the old house
After 4-year-old Cleo went missing, her owners found the dog where they had not expected: in the house where they used to live.
Two years ago, this American family moved from Lawson, Missouri to Olath, Kansas. However, Cleo was probably yearning for the old house and decided to visit it.
As a result, the dog walked about 92 km from one state to another. At the same time, she crossed the river in an incomprehensible way.
Not only people want to go back to where they felt good.
On the porch of the house where Cleo once lived with the owners, new tenants found the Labrador. Returning from work, Colton Michael and his wife were surprised by an unknown dog, which was clearly waiting for someone.
Colton thought the Labrador was too well-groomed to be a stray dog. The new owner of the house discovered a microchip on Cleo, by which he established the names of her owners. It matched the name of the previous tenants.
Colton logged into Facebook and saw that a former homeowner named Drew had been looking for a missing dog for a week.
And when Colton told him where Cleo was, her master was literally "speechless."
The motives behind Cleo's journey are unknown. Perhaps she was tormented by nostalgia for the places where she once felt good.
But regardless of why the dog went on the 92-kilometer hike, Cleo's owner was overjoyed at her return. “She's everything to us,” Drew said.
A koala climbed in a car drawn by the air conditioner.
A cute koala teddy bear found the opportunity to cool off in an air-conditioned car near the Australian city of Adelaide.
Inside was just a dog, who studied the uninvited guest with interest.
The teddy bear relaxed on the leather seats and was no longer showered when the driver appeared.
The man is a wine grower and had come to see what was left of the vine. Concerned for the comfort of the dog, he had left the air conditioning on in the car and the door open. That's for his quadruped not to be overpowered by heat, but to be able to get out of the car if he wanted to.
It is not always for those who are preparing, and the little koala bear has not resisted the temptation.
Koala is a marsupial mammal in Australia and the only living member of the family Phascolarctidae. It is often called "koala bear", but this is not correct, as koala is not part of the bear family.
Koala mammals live in eastern Australia, where eucalyptus trees are the richest. They manage to climb and stay on the tree trunks with the help of large, sharp claws. During the day they fall asleep in the hiding places of the trees for up to 18 hours.
Elderly women with respiratory problems is getting her groceries from her neighbor’s dog.🌞
Old people are the one that pass through the coronavirus pandemic very hard. This is the moment when a lot of people unite and help each other, at the same time respecting the social
-distancing. Neighbors started helping each other and finding solutions to do this for the old generation, that now can’t get out of their house.
Sunny is a golden retriever, that helps the neighbor, Renee, to get her groceries. Renee is strictly respecting the social-distrancing, and spent her time at home, being in serious isolation, so she even can’t get out to the store. She is an old women, who has serious respiratory problems and can be easily infected.
Recently, Sunny, the dog, got famous for delivering goods to the neighbor, offering a helping paw to Renee. Sunny’s owner, Eveleth, is knowing very well her neighbor, Renee, they are living near each other for nearly a decade, so of course knowing of Renee health problems.
It is known that COVID-19 is dangerous to people who have underlying conditions, which means some health problems, especially respiratory problems. So, to protect herself, Renee decided to strictly self-isolate. That was the moment when Eveleth decided to make Sunny her neighbor’s delivery dog.
The delivery is done very simple: “She got the list, she gave it to Sunny, Sunny brought it to me. I went to the store, got her groceries, and he delivered them all to her,” mentioned Eveleth.
Sunny’s assistance is not harmful for Renee, that makes it even better than a person’s help, according to the World Health Organization, dogs can’t get or pass COVID-19 to humans. “There is no evidence that a dog, cat or any pet can transmit COVID-19,” the organization said in its statement.
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