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Dog friendship: Canine friends won’t stop waiting for each other at two sides of a university

Faithful dog friends won’t stop waiting for each other at two sides of a university after it was isolated due to COVID-19

  • Heart-warming footage shows the furry friends staring at each other in distance
  • The stray dogs were separated after the campus was isolated due to coronavirus
  • But they refused to leave each other and waited in the same spot, a witness said 
  • The pair was finally reunited by the students who were touched by the scene

This is the heart-warming moment a pair of furry friends patiently waited for each other on two sides of a university which was under isolation due to the coronavirus.

Footage shows one of the dogs sitting at the overpass and staring at the other canine, which was waiting in the distance outside the campus.

The faithful animals refused to leave each other’s sight and remained in the same spot even in the pouring rain, a student who captured the scene told MailOnline.

The stray dogs were separated after the campus was isolated due to coronavirus

This is the heart-warming moment a pair of furry friends patiently waited for each other on two sides of a university which was under isolation due to the coronavirus in northern China

Run Ke, who is studying at the Shanxi Normal University in north China, recently spotted the white dog, a stray living on the campus, waiting on the overpass while looking in the distance on October 2.

‘The dog was always waiting there on the bridge. All the students knew and saw it,’ she told MailOnline. ‘We were there with it one day and the other dog appeared.’ 

Footage shows a black dog, standing in the middle of a road outside the campus, seemingly also waiting for its friend, as the two stared at each other on the opposite sides of the university.

They refused to leave each other and waited in the same spot, a witness said

The faithful animals remained in the same spot even in the pouring rain

Run Ke, who is studying at the Shanxi Normal University in north China, recently spotted the white dog, a stray living on the campus, waiting on the overpass while looking in the distance

Run Ke, who is studying at the Shanxi Normal University in north China, recently spotted the white dog waiting on the overpass

The faithful animal remained in the same spot for days, the student said

The faithful animals refused to leave each other’s sight and remained in the same spot even in the pouring rain, a student who captured the scene at the university told MailOnline 

The campus was put under isolation due to the coronavirus restrictions, according to the student.

Despite being separated by the distance, the faithful pair seemingly refused to leave each other’s sight.

In a compilation of videos, the white canine is seen remaining in the same spot for over a week, even in the pouring rain.

Surprised by what she witnessed, Ms Run can be heard saying: ‘It’s raining and you’re still here!’ 

After a week of patiently waiting, the furry friends were finally reunited by the university students

They helped the white dog climb out of the overpass by putting it in a basket and lowered it with a rope

‘The dog was always waiting there on the bridge. All the students knew and saw it,’ a student from the uni told MailOnline. ‘We were there with it one day and the other dog appeared.

After a week of patiently waiting, the furry friends were finally reunited by the university students who were touched by the animals’ friendship.

They helped the white dog climb out of the overpass by putting it in a basket and lowered it with a rope.

‘We can still see the white dog sometimes,’ Ms Run said. ‘But it has stopped waiting since we helped it climb down [to see its friend].’

Hundreds of thousands of social media users were touched by the dogs’ adorable friendship after the footage was shared on Chinese social media.

One commenter wrote: ‘This has melted my heart. Even dogs are so faithful.’

Another viewer replied: ‘So adorable. Good on the students and university for treating stray dogs so kindly.’

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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