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Algún dia ire en persona a visitar el monumento de Hachiko.

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Hachiko, Statue of famously loyal dog near Shibuya Train Station, Shibuya, Tokyo

Hachiko, the good dog. His years of loyalty are the purest example of love and devotion to his Guardian.

Hachiko, the good dog.

Funny pictures about Most loyal dog in the world. Oh, and cool pics about Most loyal dog in the world. Also, Most loyal dog in the world.

*Bodhichitta practice, Slogan 16: The dharma* ♥The dharma is about letting go of the story line and opening to what is♥Whatever life we lead, that’s the vehicle we use to wake up♥We could find out for ourselves what is true and what is false♥Try to live that way and see what happens♥You practice meditation or you just live your life, and you have insight--a fresh take on what is true♥108 pith instructions on leading our lives in the spirit of mahayana Buddhism, from the works of Pema Chodron

Melanie Griffith with the family pet lion, Neil ~ May 1971 (photo by Michael Rougier)

Optimistic Opossum Meme

Meet the Quokka — the Happiest Animal Ever

Traditional Chinese hanfu. Type: qiyao ruqun(waist-high ruqun), jiaoling aoqun(crossing collar aoqun), liling aoqun(upright collar aoqun), qixiong ruqun(chest-high ruqun). 华姿仪赏

if two people love each other, there can be no happy end to it Ernest Hemingway

thats so possum!......(LOL possum pun!!!)

A Possum Playing Folk! I don't know why this amuses me so much.

The Deer and the Monument

Monuments, Deer

Given away after his master's death, Hachikō routinely escaped, returning again and again to his old home. After realizing Professor Ueno no longer lived there, he went to the train station every day waiting for his owner's return. As a permanent fixture, attracting attention of other commuters who would bring him treats and food. This continued for nine years with his appearing precisely when the train was due at the station until he died on March 8, 1935, and found on a street in Shibuya.

Given away after his master's death, Hachikō routinely escaped, returning again…

Heh!

(ok, so it's an anteater. leo still loves him.

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