The sight of a dog in Bolivia energetically chasing after a group of soldiers in their car and eventually being picked up has captured the hearts of many, causing an online sensation. A series of photos depicting this adorable scene has gone viral on social media platforms in various countries including Korea, Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam, making netizens swoon. People are eager to learn more about the story behind this heartwarming moment.
There has been a lot of buzz on social media lately about a cute dog that chased after a group of soldiers on patrol, seemingly asking to join them. The photos have gone viral in countries like Korea, Japan, Thailand and Vietnam, and people are curious to know more about the story behind the adorable scene. According to some netizens, the dog was a stray on the streets who spotted the passing army and decided to follow them on their mission.
Several internet users have shared a story about a dog that was chased by the passing army to carry out their duty. However, it has been revealed that these are just photos taken by photographer Luis Fernando Chumacero in Tupiza, Bolivia during the quarantine days. The pictures were captured while the army patrolled the streets to ensure that people were following the regulations.
According to a report from Los Tiempos, a series of pictures were captured by photographer Luis Fernando Chumacero on the streets of Tupiza, Bolivia during the days of quarantine amidst the epidemic. The images showcase a military vehicle patrolling the streets to ensure compliance with regulations, with a fawn dog named Gorda riding along. However, Gorda is not a wandering street dog, but rather a beloved pet in the barracks who lives and trains like a soldier. Colonel Luis Pachecho, Director of the Department Army logistics IV, explained that each regiment adopts dogs as mascots, and Gorda is the mascot of a division. When the soldiers saw Gorda eagerly following them during their patrols against Covid-19, they picked him up in the car, and the heartwarming moment was caught on camera.
A fawn-colored dog named Gorda resides in the military barracks as a pet and is not seen wandering on the streets. According to Colonel Luis Pacheco, Director of the Department Army logistics IV, every regiment adopts dogs that live, eat and train like soldiers and Gorda is the mascot of a division. During the Covid-19 epidemic, when soldiers patrolled against the outbreak, Gorda followed them eagerly. Witnessing this, the soldiers picked him up and took him along. The heartwarming moment was captured by a photographer. Interestingly, another gray dog named Multicam, who is also the mascot of a different division, came running towards the car after Gorda got inside.
Upon entering the vehicle, Gorda was accompanied by another gray canine, Multicam, who happens to be the mascot of a different division. The picture of the two dogs became popular on various forums and underwent photo manipulation. Regardless of whether or not people are aware of the backstory, everyone can agree that these two pups are adorable and have brought some much-needed happiness during this stressful time.
The forum was abuzz with photo manipulated images of two adorable dogs. People, regardless of whether they were aware of the dogs’ backstory or not, couldn’t help but gush over how cute they looked. Amidst the current stressful times of the pandemic, these furry creatures have brought much-needed happiness to the netizens.