Maru is a one-year-old Bullmastiff who was sold to a couple in Krasnoyarsk about six months ago. It wasn’t long before the dog was returned to is previous kennel, however, with the woman claiming that she was allergic. It transpired that Maru had other plans. Whilst being transported back to Novosibirsk, she managed to escape from the Trans-Siberian railway by using her paws to open a compartment door as it stopped at a small station.
My heart 💔💔 https://t.co/SF9mHZcUGP— Chelsea Harris (@nuukie96) July 22, 2019
According to The Siberian Times, kennel owner Alla Morozova had already agreed with the couple that Maru would be placed on the train and returned to her. Alla explained: “I never give up my puppies and when a dog is bought, it is stipulated that the owners should inform me if they do not need a dog anymore.” 125 miles in the journey, it’s thought Maru got scared and escaped the train as it came to a stop. This in spite of the fact she had an attendant there to watch her and make sure she was OK during the journey.
Maru the Russian dog makes a daring escape from a train and walks 125 miles through Siberia to try and get back to owner who rejected her and sent her back to kennelhttps://t.co/iEVD8NRzHP— Marc Bekoff (@MarcBekoff) July 22, 2019
What a fighter Maru proved she is! After all she’s been through, she deserves a loving forever home, and we hope she gets it.
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