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Dog Left Behind in Taal Patiently Waits for Its Master to Return Goes Viral

Photo of a dog who was left behind in Taal Volcano island patiently waited for his master to return just like Hachiko the Japanese dog.

Dog Left Behind
Image from GMA News Facebook

Amidst the phreatic Taal Volcano Eruption, many animals were left in unfortunate situations by their owners due to panic evacuation. As their owners evacuated to save their lives many animals were left behind to fend for themselves.

Recently, GMA News Facebook page shared a photo of a dog patiently waiting for its master to return. The dog could be seen waiting from the side of a river in Batangas, and the master perhaps went to an evacuation center due to the situation.

The photo has gone viral with about 23,000 reactions and more than 2,500 shares as of posting. Many netizens commended the dog’s unconditional love while some asked residents to help the dog return to its master.

Just like Hachiko the Akita dog in Japan who became popular and tagged as the world’s most loyal dog. After his master passed away Hachiko continuously visited the train station where he always waited for his master after duty.

Dog Left Behind
Image Source: Nerd Nomads

Hachiko waited and continues to visit the train station for 10 years hoping that his master will come back. Until his last breath the loyal dog hopes for his return.

Dog’s genuine love for humans is very apparent. May we reciprocate this and treat them properly, similar to how they protect, dear and make us happy.

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