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Abandoned Dog Waiting For His Human To Come Back

30 Jul 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

What could be worse than a dog being abandoned on a bus? Saddening isn’t it ? Amos Paul Mak, the bus driver was on his regular London streets, when he discovered two men getting on the bus with a dog. After a while, the guys got off the bus, leaving the dog behind. Mak, quickly stopped the bus and asked everyone present there if anyone of them owned a dog. But unfortunately, nobody came forward. Hence, after finishing the route, Mak comforted the Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix. The pooch was shivering with fear.


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Mak mentioned saying that “I could tell the dog was starting to become more and more nervous – it was shaking as I was stroking it. But it seemed like it was quite switched on and it seemed like a smart dog. I offered to take the dog home, but I wasn’t able to because if it had bitten me, I could have sued the company.” The pooch “didn’t want to be moved”.


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Therefore, Mak decided to keep him in the bus itself. He was provided with all the love, compassion and food if wished for. Nevertheless, it was fortunate enough, the dog warden arrived soon.


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The pooch reunited with extreme joy with his human family soon. According to the family, the mutt was lost during a walk and was apparently stolen by two men who later abandoned the dog on the bus. The Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix named, Boston was happy to see his owner, Paulina Rybak. Paulina was extremely rejoiced seeing Boston as well. With the thought of never seeing her pet again, it was certainly a miracle for her to reunite with the pooch.

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