Saw this on facebook and thought i’d share it:
A week later, some people who were at the cemetery late one evening spotted Capitán laying on a grave and they contacted the grounds keeper at the cemetery. The cemetery notified the family who promptly came to pick him up and take him home. But each night he would cry and scratch frantically at the door to go out and he wouldn’t return home until morning. It was later discovered that Capitán would walk the 3 miles back to the cemetery each night to guard his master’s grave.
It has been nearly 7 years now. The cemetery does not close the gates until he arrives each night promptly at 6 pm. He sleeps there all night guarding the grave until the grounds keeper opens the gate in the morning
This is why I love dogs. They’re the perfect epitome of loyalty. As I read the passages, I can’t help but to cry. I’m a sucker for dogs. Really. They’re one of my weakness. Maybe because I have a dog and I am really attached to him. Since I was still a kid back then when we decided to took good care of him. Ugh, this is really heart breaking at the same time, heart warming. And how dare some people could even say that animals doesn’t have feelings. Some animals are even wittier than some people, I must say.
Thank you, ate! <3
Parang kanina lang. Nag blog ako about this. Tapos ngayon. HU. Craving. Ano yung 4th picture? CRAVING AMP.
This is what terrifies me about the ocean.
the few times I’ve gone snorkelling this is the most intensely scary but amazing thing about it, the bit where the reef ends and it suddenly just drops off and you cant see the bottom or what’s down there, and you swim over the edge and suddenly your in open water, and you feel so vulnerable like you’re a fish that lives on the reef, and you finally understand finding nemo.
This is what scares me. It’s not the big creatures that might eat you; the sharks, the piranhas, some octopus and such. Rather, ocean’s vastness. It’s unending expansion is terribly scary. :|