Dog Waits Everyday At Bus Stop For Old Lady That Saved His Life After Being Abandoned

In a small town, there’s a single bus stop. It’s a busy stop indeed! it’s the only one that goes in and out of town and into the city. Oddly, a small dog waits there alone. If someone tries to catch him, he runs away. And he is fast! Each time a bus comes, he runs to it as if he’s waiting for someone.

People that come to the town, who don’t know the dog, assume it has been abandoned. They often ask if he is waiting for his cruel owner to return. When each bus stops, it gets excited. When he sees that his owner isn’t there, he goes back to the bus stop to wait all over again.

The truth is, this puppy has a story to tell! Years ago, he was abandoned and was tragically hit by a car. The only person who stopped to help him was an old lady. She was very poor, but that didn’t stop her from taking the dog home and taking care of him back to health. She named him Bal Bal.

Bal Bal stopped with the help of the kind-hearted woman. The townspeople call her “Grandma.” Grandma is poor, but she does her best with Bal Bal. Since she can’t afford a proper fence, she built a makeshift kennel to keep Bal Bal warm on cold days.

However, Bal Bal was smart.

Every time Grandma needs to go to town for supplies, he escapes the kennel and runs after her. Grandma thinks it’s because he’s so devoted to her for saving her life. No matter how many hours Grandma is away, Bal Bal waits for her at the bus stop.

On cold days, Grandma tries very hard to keep Bal Bal at home. But he always finds a way out. He desperately wants to make sure Grandma isn’t alone when she returns to town. Your devotion is amazing. Without saying a word, Bal Bal tells his human that he loves her so deeply. That he will always be there for her no matter what. Even though he is cold and alone while waiting.

Of course Grandma worries about his safety and tries her best. But she is poor and weak since old age. She does everything she can, but it seems that Bal Bal has a mind of his own.