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hola taringeros les dejo una historia emocionante sobre dos perros qe a pesar del terremoto el tsunami no se separaron

Sin lugar a dudas los perros son considerados como unos de los animales más fieles que puede haber, y para muestra aqui el enternecedor video que ha sido visto en You Tube mas de 5 mil veces.

En el video se muestra a un perro en compañía de su inseparable amigo, quien lamentablemente sufrió diversas lesiones tras el terremoto que sacudió el 11 de marzo a la isla asiática.


link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Do8S6dkFlE8

El hallazgo se dio cuando unos reporteros recorrieron las calles para captar la desolación y destrucción que dejó a su paso el fenómeno natural, sin embargo, en su camino se toparon con el perrito, quien permanece al lado de su inseparable compañero de aventuras, esperando que algún día se levante y vuelvan a correr felizmente por las calles y banquetas de Japón.

a pesar de todo no abandona a su compañero de aventuras esperando que algún día se levante y vuelvan a correr felizmente por las calles

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