Dogs are one of the most loyal beings on Earth that we will ever come across.
The pets’ plight has moved everyone. Whenever a body is extricated, they rush to the spot. Then they return to the shade under the rocks, waiting for the next.
Some people even tried to take the dogs to their houses but both the canines refused to budge. They have been withstanding the rain and mist, hoping for their human to return but, unfortunately they haven't been identified yet.
Picture shared by a friend who is involved in the search & rescue mission at Munnar landslide site in which 50+ people lost their lives and 30+ are still missing. This dog apparently belonged to one of the victims and has been at the site for past 5 days looking for his family💔 pic.twitter.com/dUEbJwG8xw— ഗോതമ്പ് പുട്ട് സ്റ്റാൻ (@420slap) August 11, 2020
This piece of news left Twitter teary-eyed.
:(— The Life & Opinions Of 'PaladinContent': Gentleman (@PaladinContent) August 11, 2020
Heart breaking.— Choo (@simplychoo) August 11, 2020
That picture :(— Sowmiya Ashok (@sowmiyashok) August 11, 2020
Heart breaking photo.— Sankar T (@sankar19102015) August 11, 2020
These guys just break your heart !!! https://t.co/hWK3sSGgkx— Rajeev Kumar (@Rajievku) August 11, 2020
A portion of the Pettimalai hills, near Munnar caved in, destroying at least 30 houses of poor plantation workers. While 45 people have lost their lives, 28 people including the humans of the two dogs, are still missing.