Usually, after we discuss somebody’s pet being valuable, we’re speaking in regards to the emotional bond they really feel with their beloved animal companion. However, one terrier someplace in Japan is valuable in the identical means that valuable metals are, in that the canine is extraordinarily helpful in an financial sense.
On the morning of Dec 28, Japanese Twitter consumer ＠keu_t8 went to Yoyogi Park in Tokyo, taking 4 pet canines for a stroll by way of the city oasis of greenery. Unfortunately, whereas on the park the collar of ＠keu_t8’s Yorkshire terrier Akubi got here undone from the leash, and the canine ran off and out of sight.
＠keu_t8 has spent the previous week searching for Akubi, however to no avail, and is now asking different Twitter customers to affix the search.
It’s not simply ＠keu_t8’s gratitude one can earn by discovering Akubi, although, but in addition a sizeable reward. The distraught proprietor can be providing a reward of 5 million yen to anybody who finds the terrier. In addition, ＠keu_t8 is providing a million yen to anybody who can present info that may permit the proprietor to seek out Akubi.
According to ＠keu_t8’s description, Akubi is a one-year-old male, barely giant for his breed, at about three kilograms, and has shorter hair on his rear left leg than his different limbs, since they needed to trim Akubi’s hair there not too long ago after he acquired poo smeared on it. Though the photographs present Akubi sporting a ribbon, ＠keu_t8 says the animal wasn’t sporting the accent when it ran off. ＠keu_t8 additionally says that Akubi is pleasant, and can reply to being referred to as by title or its nickname “A-chan” by coming nearer to the one that calls him or tilting his head.
The crimson mark within the tweet under reveals the placement the place Akubi’s collar got here undone, between Yoyogi Park’s Central Field and Hill Plaza. ＠keu_t8 says that Akubi ran off to the north, and so the canine could presently be misplaced on the outskirts of the shrine grounds or within the woods and underbrush that separate the park from the shrine.
Source: Twitter/@keu_t8 by way of Jin
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