And Now For Something Completely Different


A flight attendant adopts a dog who waited for her outside of her hotel:

German flight attendant Olivia Sievers first met Rubio, the stray dog, in Buenos Aires during one of her frequent flights to Argentina 6 months ago. Sievers showed the lonely pooch affection and gave him some food and that was it – the dog couldn’t bear the idea of never seeing Sievers again, so he started waiting for her outside her hotel every time she’d come to Buenos Aires.

“I tried to change my way as I didn’t want him to follow me to the hotel but it was not possible he always followed me so I tried [to wait] one hour but he always watched me and followed me,” Sievers told Noticiero Trece. Sievers even found a home for Rubio in Buenos Aires but he escaped it and returned to the hotel to wait for her. By that time Sievers fell in love with him too, so she decided to adopt him and bring to Germany. Now Rubio is not a lonely stray anymore, he’s getting plenty of love and play time at his new home with other 2 dogs and Sievers, his soulmate. The waiting is finally over.



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  • PaulW

    When humans disappoint me (including myself!) as they often do, I know that I can look to dogs for comfort and reassurance. Hurrah for dogs (and cats too, of course!)

    • Justin St.Denis

      I feel the same about our cats. If I am feeling a little blue or sick, they do not leave my side. Reincarnated therapists? Hmm…..

  • andycanuck

    I wonder if that would work for me with stewardesses too?

    • El Martyachi

      I’ve yet to make it work..

  • Awwwww!

  • Justin St.Denis

    I’m getting old! Even “good news” animal stories bring a tear to my eye. 🙂