Heart rending reports have made their way across the globe regarding one little dog in Siberia.
Masha has been making her way to visit the same hospital every night since her owner died there two years ago.
She has been returning to the reception area where she last saw her owner, a pensioner from the Novosibirsk region in Siberia, every night. He admitted himself to hospital but unfortunately died there, and little Masha has been returning ever since.
Even after being taken to a new home, Masha's loyalty led her to run away and return to the hospital.
Nurse Alla Vorontsova told the Siberian Times, "She is waiting for him, for her owner. Just recently a family tried to adopt her, but Masha ran away and returned to the hospital. She was taken on Friday evening, and at 3am on Saturday she was back here."
A chief doctor Vladimir Bespalov added: "You see her eyes, how sad they are - itís not the usual shiny eyes for when a dog is happy. You can see this in animals in the same way as with people. There is nothing medicine can do for her here, but we are still hoping that Masha will be able to find another owner. One day, and we very much want this day to come soon, our Masha will trust somebody."
This just shows how loyal pets can be, and that they too can become heartbroken.
Heartbroken dog visits Siberian hospital every night
Thu, 27 Nov 2014
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