feel 7/7. . After seeing the coffin of his master loaded onto a train in Fort Benton, Montana in was - stayed at the station, waiting for him to return, for six
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After seeing the coffin of his master
loaded onto a train in Fort Benton,
Montana in was - stayed at the
station, waiting for him to return, for
six years.
Hachiko
His owner had suffered from a
cerebral hemorrhage at work and
died, never returning to the train
station where Hachiko was waiting.
The faithful dog continued to wait for
nine years till the day it died.
His master had died in an air raid over
Boga San Lorenzo in 1943, during
World War II. Fido waited in vain, for
the following 14 years, for soriano' s
return, going daily at the bus stop in
Luca del Murillo where the man
used to get " after coming home
Made her way down a 500 foot vertical
drop to get to the body of her owner
after he fell to his death while hiking)
and stood guard over his body for days.
Grew rs Bobby
Was loyal to his master long after his
death in 1858. Until Bobby' s own
death 14 years later, he reportedly
spent every night at his master' s
grave.
After his owner had ed during a
hike in the mountains,
stood guard by his body for eleven
weeks. He was found, cold and
starving, by another hiker. The
faithful dog only survived long
enough to attend his master' s
funeral.
hint P'-
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#109 - ediblepandas (07/26/2013) [-]
Dogs? Cats? Ha. Rats master race
#108 - tiredandhungry (07/26/2013) [-]
I didn't need to scroll down to know the comments are full of 'cats are better', 'dogs are better than cats' posts. Can't there go one animal post without this 						********					 argument? Oh wait, this is the internet, of course not   
   
pic - what I feel like doing after seeing the comments
I didn't need to scroll down to know the comments are full of 'cats are better', 'dogs are better than cats' posts. Can't there go one animal post without this ******** argument? Oh wait, this is the internet, of course not

pic - what I feel like doing after seeing the comments
#106 - mrgoodlove ONLINE (07/26/2013) [-]
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A cat would have just moved on to the next person that feeds it
#103 - lankyman (07/26/2013) [-]
"After the execution of Sabinus, the Roman general, who was put to death because of his attachment to the family of Germanicus, his body was left lying unburied upon the precipice of the Gemoniæ, as a warning to all who should dare to befriend the house of Germanicus. No friend had the courage to go near the body; one only remained true—his faithful dog. For three days the animal continued to watch the body, his mournful howling awakening the sympathy of every heart. Food was brought to him, and he was kindly coaxed to eat it; but on taking the bread, instead of eating it himself, he fondly laid it on his master's mouth and renewed his howling. Days thus passed, but not for a single moment did he leave the body.
The body was at length thrown into the Tiber, and the loving creature, still unwilling that it should perish, leaped into the water after it, and clasping the corpse between its paws, vainly tried to keep it from sinking."

Another story to add to the list

User avatar #102 - heretofuckshitup ONLINE (07/26/2013) [-]
i wasn't in the mood to cry so i skipped this entire post. and the guy who post fry's dog is also bad because that a motion feel.
#100 - xmonke (07/26/2013) [-]
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#99 - anonymous (07/26/2013) [-]
god dogs are stupid
#98 - LSone (07/26/2013) [-]
so many reasons from above and below why Dogs will always be better than cats.

I lost my best friend maggie about a year ago
User avatar #113 to #98 - nochetriste (07/27/2013) [-]
I'm not here to start an argument. But I kind of like cats personality more.
#97 - fiddlestickz (07/26/2013) [-]
its okay, take this everyone
its okay, take this everyone
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User avatar #89 - truemox (07/26/2013) [-]
My grandmother has an Australian Shepherd named Sheba that she inheritted from a slightly abusive relative who lived in the mountains. Poor dog has a miserable time trusting people, but wants attention so badly.
#88 - HURLEYSURFERDUDE ONLINE (07/26/2013) [-]
And then, there's MY dog.....
User avatar #86 - snivymaster (07/26/2013) [-]
After seeing posts like this I doesn't make me hug my dog...it just makes me look him dead in the eyes and say, "WOULD YOU DO THAT FOR ME? YOU WOULDN'T, WOULD YOU? WHY WOULDN'T YOU DO THIS FOR ME?!"
#81 - gizmotechie ONLINE (07/26/2013) [-]
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#80 - dontknowmeatall (07/26/2013) [-]
I want a doggie
I want a doggie
#79 - bighillbilly (07/26/2013) [-]
Never see these stories about cats, now do we?
User avatar #91 to #79 - kuraithevision (07/26/2013) [-]
I went away on vacation for three long months, came back in May and my cat has been clinging to my side since. He waits by the door when I leave for work and when I return he leads me to the bedroom so we could get some sleep.
#77 - skinless (07/26/2013) [-]
we had to put my dog down a year ago, her cancer got so bad but she lived to the old age of 16 or 17, she use to follow me everywhere. One time I broke out of my house and literally walked down the highway and she followed me. A cop picked us up and said it was adorable seeing how loyal she was to me. I was maybe 2 or 3 years old    
   
just realized how much i miss her, chelsy you were a good girl
we had to put my dog down a year ago, her cancer got so bad but she lived to the old age of 16 or 17, she use to follow me everywhere. One time I broke out of my house and literally walked down the highway and she followed me. A cop picked us up and said it was adorable seeing how loyal she was to me. I was maybe 2 or 3 years old

just realized how much i miss her, chelsy you were a good girl
#84 to #77 - clockworkcharizard (07/26/2013) [-]
Dammit man! Feel Story Time.

>Be me, 15 yr old male, parents divorced
>Own a sweet ass cat named Harley, stays at mom's house
>Be at dad's house for 2 weeks
>*Meanwhile at home*
>Sister and brother in law, as well as their friends visit my mom
>they bring troublesome pit bull, un-neutered
>one night Harley scratches at mom's door, bastard mom's boyfriend decides it's a good idea to put him outside, at night.
>Harley has always been an indoor cat
>gets put outside and gets chased into the woods by pit bull
>next day, brother in law and his friends search for him.
>find him dead in the woods
>bastard tried to blame it on the dog
>dog is innocent, since they were best pals
>mom breaks up with scum boyfriend
>be now when I see these stories and your comment.

Sorry for the *********** of the story, but it's 100% true and I can somewhat relate to you man. We grieve the dead, even the dead of other kinds. You have my condolences sir.

And the weird part is, the next day when they found him, the pit bull looked had a "sad" look on his face. (Yes, I know you can't really say that the dog was sad about the death of my cat, but seriously, it was weird.) the reason I know is that my sister sent me a pic of the phenomenon, saying how weird it is.

Who knows, maybe animals know as much about death as we do, maybe even grieve about it too. (Sorry if I sound like some kind of hippy you guys)
User avatar #111 to #84 - nochetriste (07/26/2013) [-]
They have feelings and thoughts too, most people forget it, and just think they are some play things, and when the kittens/puppies grow up, they throw them on the streets, or drown them, because they can't afford to feed them. Do poor people drown their kids, when they can't afford to feed them, you egoistic poor representations of the human race?

Sorry for your loss.
User avatar #94 to #84 - kuraithevision (07/26/2013) [-]
Animals can actually grieve the death of other animals just the way they would grieve the death of their owners. I had a cat some years back I kept at home, he was kinda born right before us to stray cats living in the neighborhood. His father used to come every night to call him out to play. Did this for eight months till one day he never came home. Neighbors called to say he died in their backyard. We buried the kid in our back yard. For the entire week after that, the father cat would come to our backyard and meow all night until he also left.
#95 to #94 - clockworkcharizard (07/26/2013) [-]
Dammit man.... that's both relieving to hear that I'm right, and sad about the cat....
#83 to #77 - bdawg ONLINE (07/26/2013) [-]
Jesus......
Jesus......
#107 to #83 - unicornmangina (07/26/2013) [-]
my cat was the same after our jack Russell died (we named him Barnie after barnie from the Simpsons NOT the dinosaur) she'd walk into the kitchen look at his food and water bowls and then meow at me as if she was saying "where's he gone?" her tail even went down the day we came home without him.

pic related my little man barnie during one of the happiest times of his life, going on holiday
#76 - draconicone (07/26/2013) [-]
I have a Tea-cup poodle and the thought of even losing her makes me tear up. She is so cute, its like I have a dog that is a puppy forever.
I have a Tea-cup poodle and the thought of even losing her makes me tear up. She is so cute, its like I have a dog that is a puppy forever.
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