Dog owners are all they have for the rest of their lives. They admired each other and created a deep bond throughout the relationship. Yet, for whatever reason, some owners leave their dogs in the middle of nowhere. Dogs are one of the most loyal creatures on the planet. They are innocently waiting for their owners to return, not knowing that they have been abandoned forever.
Since 2001, the Kritter Club has been filming animal stories with a group of Korean animal lovers. One day they were informed about a homeless dog in a village who was constantly chasing cars.
No one knew why he was acting weird. One villager claimed that every time he returned home from work, this dog would follow him and sit next to his car. The man was confused because he had no idea who the dog was or where he was coming from.
The dog has been here for more than 20 days, and along the way he didn’t leave his place, as if looking for something, he would have missed it if he had moved.
Whenever a white car passed there, he immediately drove it away. Then he returned to his normal position and regretfully continued to wait. What was the lonely dog looking forward to?
It wasn’t until the team met a neighbor who had been watching the dog for a month that they discovered his background. A month ago, a white car arrived here and then left the dog alone in an unknown street.
He has since started chasing any white car in hopes of finding its owner. The old man tried to help him several times and took him home, but the dog refused and ran away.
He still longed for his master and waited for him no matter the time of day or night, even as the weather grew colder and colder. However, the person never showed up.
Fortunately, the person who alerted the team decided to accept the sad puppy as a member of his family. The dog is still very sad, but he is gradually adjusting to the new life.
He was given a comfortable abode that the guy had prepared for him, as well as the name Baduk. He was waiting on the road again, and this time there was a kind person beside him.
Witnessing the dogs’ struggle for survival in angry weather was disturbing, so members of the Kritter Club took the sick puppy to the clinic for an examination. He was in good condition, but he was depressed because he could not believe that the owner had betrayed him.
Spring is always accompanied by long winters. Ba-duk will hopefully settle into his new home soon and have a long and happy life. Do you like this heart-warming story?