A group of 2 people went inside the Fukushima 20km no-go zone this weekend.
After 30 minutes they were inside the area, they spotted 2 dogs in distance. It has been difficult to catch dogs lately here, as they are skittish and don’t let people come closer. So the two people got out of the car with an intension of simply leaving some dog food and water.
As one of them was busy with it, the other person came and looked at her confusingly.
“Ahhh, I think this dog can be caught…”.
He was standing with his hand holding onto the one of the dogs’ collar.
The dog was wagging his tail and didn’t seem to want to go away from them.
They were happy but confused as there was no struggle to catch the dog whatsoever. But the other dog is the one that needed a real help.
The white dog, seeing the black dog with the lady happily wagging his tail, became suddenly friendly and let the lady grab her collar without any problem at all too!
The black dog appeared to be relieved to feel futon again, and he soon started to snore loudly in the back seat of the car.
However, as for the female white dog…
They didn’t want her to get in the way of driving the car, so they put her in the back seat but she just refused to stay there and kept on trying to come to the front seat persistently.
“She’s a typical ‘pay-attention-to-me!’ dog.”
“She tried to lick the driver’s face, get me out of my seat or in the end she came too much to the front that she accidentally changed the gear.”
“She was such an arrogant ‘my pace’ dog! (lol) so we named her ‘My’.”
At the end of our trip, she was so exhausted and …
She must have been lonely for a very long time.
Everything is ok for those two dogs now.