Loyal Dog Waits Six Months for Stewardess to Return so She Adopted Him
Lifestyle| | By Madeleine Richards
They say dogs are loyal creatures; they are “man’s best friend” after all! And flight attendant Olivia Sievers recently found out just how devoted dogs can be. Sievers travels all over the world for her job, often making the trip from her home in Germany to Argentina. While exploring Buenos Aires, Argentina, early this year, she saw a stray near her hotel. Sievers stopped to pet the dog and feed him. After that, the stray wouldn’t leave her side.
As he followed her to her hotel, Sievers told Noticiero Trece that she “tried to change my way because I didn’t want [him to] follow me back to the hotel.” Despite Sievers attempts, “it was not possible. He always came back and followed me. I tried [for] one hour, but he always watched me and followed me. He was really happy that somebody gave him attention.” The pooch waited outside her hotel all night, and for the rest of the nights that she was in town. When Sievers left to go home, she thought she would never see the dog again. But he waited and waited. When Sievers returned, her new friend ran up and greeted her. That same thing happened each time she visited the city. After a while, Sievers decided to find the dog a home with another family through a local animal shelter. However, he ran away to find Sievers again. At that point Sievers knew she had to keep him. She took him back home to Germany with her and named him Rubio. Sievers and her loyal, loving pooch are now happily living together after his six months of perseverance. We can tell from Sievers’ Facebook photos that Rubio is really enjoying his new home. That’s what we call unconditional love.
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