|Faithful Dog Fido, Italy|
Fido (1941 – June 9, 1958) was an Italian street dog that came to public attention in 1943 because of his demonstration of unswerving loyalty and as he was so faithful to his dead master. Fido was written about in many Italian and international magazines and newspapers, appeared in newsreels throughout Italy, and was bestowed several honors, including a public statue erected in his honor.
This dog ‘Fido’ returned to a bus stop in Italy over 5,000 times (over 14 years) to wait for his deceased master to get off the bus, even during “violent allied bombardment” of the area and then eventually died waiting at the bus stop..
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