A local stray dog and
Batumi, Republic of Georgia, became a local celebrity and received the People’s
Choice title after one of their own wrote how he got a group of kindergartens
on January 20. The superior mekon helps
Beka Tsinadze, a Batu
resident, registered a dog named Kupata (meaning “worse”) because he
volunteered his services as a guard, jogged alongside a group of children and
barked at the car when he was a Zeben
Tsinadze told Storyful that
the dog has been living in his house for about four years and that he and his
neighbor take care of him together.
The Georgian government has
several laws that prescribe the human treatment of stray animals, but it marks
dogs so that citizens can follow when they were last fed and washed.
The video about hello Kupata Children
helped by way over, has attracted so much attention from the international
community in social networks that the Ministry of Tourism and Resorts of Adjara
has already rewarded the brave dog met with the People’s Choice Award.