Dog days are over: Adorable moment bus driver lets a stray onto his bus and out of the freezing cold in touching act
- Driver, called Cristhian, saw the dog board the bus as it stopped to let a man on
- He didn’t have heart to force it off as it was very cold in Chilean region of Maule
- The canine is seen happily curled up on a seat as it gazes out of the window
This is the adorable moment a bus driver let a stray dog out of the freezing cold and into his vehicle so it could sleep.
In the heart-warming footage the driver named Cristhian allows the dog to curl up on one of the seats and rest away from the cutting wind.
In the footage, filmed in the central Chilean region of Maule, the man pats the dog on its head as it looks out of the window. It is clearly relieved to be out of the cold.
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The bus driver’s act of kindness was praised online after he uploaded the video to Facebook.
The video, taken this week, has now been shared by more than 85,000 people.
Cristhian explained: ‘I was at work and stopped to pick up a gentleman when a small dog climbed up behind him.’
At first he thought to dog belonged to the man but he soon realised it was a stray.
The stray dog in Chile looks content as he sits comfortably on a seat on the bus away from the cold weather
The canine curls up in the seat as bus driver Christhian pats him on the head after allowing him to remain on board the vehicle
‘I did not want to take him off the bus because he was so cold,’ he added.
He added, however, that he did not care if his passengers complained that the dog was making their seat dirty.
He continued: ‘There are passengers who regularly dirty the seats and throw litter on the floor. The dog just sits there and enjoys the ride.
‘I am not going to take the dog off at the terminal either because we are so far from where it got on. It will get lost, so I am going to leave the dog here to sleep.’
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