When we’ve lived alone for a long time, we draw towards those we feel at home with and it looks like it goes the same for our dog friends. What can we say? We’re social beings.
The lone dog from the mountains
Kerry, the white dog, and his owner regularly take walks in the mountains; suitable for the system, and it does wonders to the mind and soul – for one brown dog, it meant the world.
The dog from the mountains would run up to Kerry and would tug, nip, and do anything to get close to the white one – it’s incredible because the assumption is, dogs in the wild do not mingle.
Well, this brown one does, and he did it so much that Kerry’s owner named him Noorung – and you know what they say about giving names, that means there’s already some sort of attachment.
This playful meet-up happens regularly, and when it’s time to go home, the one from the mountains would walk Kerry home – then cross the road and run back up to its home.
You’re a beautiful dog, Noorung – we just don’t know why you ended up living alone in the mountains, but that’s changing soon.
We mention the road because it gets quite busy, and the brown dog risks getting run over after every walk session – so what should we do about the whole thing?
Kerry’s owner called for a rescue, and Noorung got the help he needed – a trip to the vet showed that he had worms but nothing major, thank heavens.
You’re alright now, boy – Kerry’s dad officially wants to adopt you, and that means unlimited walks, food, and fun together.
Play on – you’re with a loving family now; you got the best, Noorung!
Photo and video credit to Kritter Klub via YouTube