Loyal Dog Finds a Home at the Hospital Where Her Human Died

 After he passed away, she began to show up at the hospital’s reception every day for one year.

A dog awaiting confirmation of her deceased owner will stay in the Siberian Hospital, where she stayed vigil for more than a year after the latest adoption attempt failed.

The dog Masha waited patiently for her beloved owner in the favorite place of the Novosibirsk Regional Hospital in Koltsovo, where he was hospitalized, and later d.i.e.,d. Before he gave up the ghost , Masha’s elderly owner received the hospital as well as her. The tiny dog was his only visitor. After he gave up the ghost , she began to point out up at the hospital’s reception a day for one year. After the Siberian Times ran a story about the loyal dog, offers flooded in from everywhere the planet to adopt Masha.

A kind-hearted local woman recently tried to provide Martha with a warm home, but Martha slipped away and ran back to the hospital. Much like Hachiko from Japan and Greyfriars Bobby from Scotland, Masha demonstrates an unwavering loyalty, even after D.E.A.T.H. such much so, that the chief doctor of the hospital said that Masha’s home will now be in their hospital. “It is so good to listen to about the type offers to adopt Masha from around the world,” he told The Siberian Times. “But we've now taken a choice to let Masha stay in our hospital.

We don't want her to travel through the strain of another plan to adopt her. Our patients, medical staff and officials don't mind.” Martha is very much loved in hospitals and patients, especially older patients, who are happy to take care of her. She has become an animal therapist for some of them. Although the hospital wanted Masha to seek out a replacement family, they might tell she prefers to remain with them.

“There is nothing medicine can do for her here, but we hope that Masha are going to be ready to find another owner. One day, and that we considerably want today to return soon, our Masha will trust somebody.” Except now, this faithful dog has a home for as long as she needs it.