Flight Attendant Adopts Stray Dog Who Continued To Wait For Her

12 Aug 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

It’s destiny that makes things work sometimes. Olivia Sievers, who is a flight attendant usually, travels frequently from Germany to Argentine for work purposes. However, little did she know, she made a furry friend, a stray dog on the trip to Argentina. This happened during a layover in Buenos Aires. She gave the pup some food, played with him. And this small gesture did wonders for the four-legged bud. He waited for his new friend outside the hotel.


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Olivia mentioned saying that “I tried to change my way because I didn't want that he follow me back to the hotel. But it was not possible. He always came back and followed me. I tried one hour, but he always watched me and followed me. He was really happy that somebody gave him attention.”


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Whenever she was in town, Olivia tried to spend more and more time with the pooch. And the love for him made Sievers name the dog Rubio. She also gave an airplane blanket to Rubio to keep him warm in chilly nights. What was cutest was Rubio waited for Olivia at her hotel for hours and hours.


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Biding goodbye to Rubio was hardest for Olivia. But when she returned to the hotel two months later, Rubio was still there waiting for her return. Olivia did every bit to get him adopted, but he ran away from new owner’s place and waited for Olivia at the hotel.

Destiny had other plans for both and finally Olivia bought Rubio to Germany. The pup has put his Germany life behind and currently enjoying his new life with his new mommy in Germany. Kudos to both of them!

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