Stray dog Kaputa (Photo Credit: Twitter)
If you think your furry ball is best keeping the house safe from burglars or give you a tight snuggle after a hectic day at work this story is for you. Dogs are pretty incredible and smart and are capable of doing a multitude of tasks that you might not believe if you don’t see the viral video. A rare times you have seen a dog showing human skills like driving a car or playing musical instrument, but here’s something a dog is doing that is a fine blend of pro-activeness and kindness and he is not trained for it!
A stray dog in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia was caught on camera helping kindergarten children safely cross a busy road. The footage, shared on Twitter by @buitengebieden has received over one million views.
3 dog named Kupata keeps cars away by barking on them, he then makes them obey traffic rules by chasing them down. It also helps kids cross road on their way to school. In the video, Kupata is seen chasing a black car that goes past a zebra crossing . She then heads back to the crossing where kids are waiting for the signal to change. The clever dog then stands in front of the cars positioned right behind the zebra crossing so that they don’t bypass traffic signals. She keeps a constant eye on the vehicles before the children crossover to the other side.
“This is Kupata. She protects the kids by barking and chasing the cars that don’t respect the zebra crossing and makes them stop so the kids can cross safely. We don’t deserve dogs,” the video was captioned.
This is Kupata. She protects the kids by barking and chasing the cars that don’t respect the zebra crossing and makes them stop so the kids can cross safely.— Buitengebieden (@buitengebieden_) January 27, 2020
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The dog’s police-like skills have impressed thousands of netizens.
In the U.S , someone will run it over just because...— BAGUAY0929 (@BAGUAY0929) January 27, 2020
This dog should run against Trump!— David Russell (@Weighingtits) January 27, 2020
Yes we don’t deserve dogs that is instinct not training they are simply amazing— Vicki shaffer (@Vickishaffer19) January 27, 2020
In November 2019, residents of a small neighbourhood in Port St. Lucie in Florida were bemused after finding a dog driving a car in reverse circles for an hour.