- The dog got a name from a local butcher who used to feed him sausages every day
- Kupataa curses cars that do not stop to allow children cross the road by barking while they cross at a Zebra-crossing
- Video of Kupataa doing his thing impressed many people online who showered him with massive love and respect
They say a dog is a man’s true friend, without debate the aforementioned is real facts.
Why? Because it has been proven countless times by many dogs who have saved humans endlessly.
A recent case being that of a cute little dog known as Kupataa who has won admiration for helping nursery school kids cross the road safely.
Kupataa, who is a stray dog in Georgia US, made it his job to protect the children as they cross the road to and from school.
Legit.ng saw a video of the dog at work, cursing oncoming cars by barking while the children cross at a Zebra-crossing.
Kupataa gets cool when cars stop to allow the children cross but flies off the hinges and goes after cars that fail to stop while barking angrily.
Video of Kupataa doing his thing impressed many people online who showered him with massive love and respect.
Many people even shared the video of Kupataa on their wall, making him an instant online sensation.
Legit.ng went digging and discovered that the name Kupataa is Georgian word for Sausage.
According to Goodable, Kupataa, a stray dog was given the by a Georgia local butcher who used to feed him sausages every day.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a seven-year-old dog that belonged to a dead Covid-19 patient who waited for its owner to leave the hospital for three months now lives in a dog shelter.
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The pup went with its elderly owner to Taikang Hospital located in Wuhan when he contracted the deadly disease back in February.
Five days after being rushed to the hospital, the loyal dog’s best friend died but the mongrel had no idea.
A cleaner working at the health centre said despite its owner’s death, the dog refused to leave the hospital’s promises.
For three long months, the furry animal sat at the lobby waiting for its owner to walk out of the doors and take him back home.
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