Loyal Dog Walks 125 Miles To Go Back To Owners Who Abandoned Her

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Dogs have to be one of the most loyal creatures ever existed. Aside from being faithful to their human owners, they, too love unconditionally.

I sometimes wonder humans do not deserve them. Dogs are too good for us.

That’s why whenever I read stuff about owners abandoning their dogs, my heart breaks into million pieces.

Just like in this scenario where a loyal dog escapes a train to go back to the undeserving humans who abandoned her.

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Maru, a Bullmastiff, walked 125 miles to look for her owners.

It is said that Maru’s owners, a couple from Krasnoyarsk, brought her to a Trans-Siberian train to take her back to the kennel where they bought her.

Alla Morozova, kennel owner, sold Maru to the couple. However, after a few months, they decided they do not want Maru anymore as they are “allergic” to her.

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Maru in Krasnoyarsk

In an interview with The Siberian Times, Morozova said “I never give up my puppies and when a dog is bought, it is stipulated that the owners should inform me if they do not need a dog anymore,”

Apparently, Maru had a panic attack when she realizes that her owners are gone. The noise of the train scared her so much, that when she saw an opportunity, she jumped out of the train.

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Morozova was shocked when the owners felt no remorse when she told them Maru was missing.

“That angered me. The owners were not upset at all, like, well, the dog is lost and that’s all right. That was their answer,” she told local reporters.

Fortunately, Maru was found after a couple of days in an industrial part of Krasnoyarsk. It is near where her owners lives.

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She walked and run a dangerous path where bears and wolves live, but thankfully she made it out alive.

However, rescuers found her extremely exhausted with blisters on her paws and her muzzle was broken.

According to Morozova, one of her friends drove Maru back to the kennel and is now recovering.

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