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These Dogs Patiently Waited At The Hospital Entrance For Their Homeless Owner

There was a homeless man in Rio do Sul, Bazil who selflessly fed a bunch of stray dogs around him. One day he went to a hospital for emergency treatment. After some time, four stray dogs showed up at the entrance of a hospital, apparently waiting for their owner, Cesar. Cesar has been skipping his meals just to give food to these dogs. Sure enough, they have shown their love and loyalty to their owner by patiently waiting for him as he underwent treatment.

Nurse Cris Mamprim captured this heart-warming photo of the dogs and posted it to Facebook wherein it went viral, reaching more than 136,000 reactions and over 24,000 comments!

“A simple person, without luxury, who depends on help to overcome the hunger, the cold, the pain, the evils of the world, has by his side the best companions, and the exchange is reciprocal.”

An hour passed and Cesar was finally reunited with his dogs, happily wagging their tails as they left the hospital. Cesar might not have abundant material possessions but at least he has a big, warm and loving heart.

Photo by Cris Mamprim


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At the risk of sounding like a Debby Downer, I have to wonder whether the dogs would continue to wait for their owner if a hospital employee gave them some food. To me the photo exemplifies not interspecies love, but rather a modern dystopia in which both people and dogs are going hungry.
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