This little fella is undoubtedly well cared for, and similarly well clothed, but while patiently waiting for his master to fill up on beer and yakitori, he not only appeared sad.
But downright inconsolable.
Photographs from a small group of islands
haha, maybe the poor bugger wanted a cold beer and some yakitori for himself too.
I dare say he did. He certainly didn’t want to be waiting there, that’s for sure!
mary keating says
I think it is just sad to be seen in that hideous thing. Now it is getting sadder having to endure being photographed in that.
I don’t know. Like Mary said, it looks warm. And believe me, it’s nowhere near as monstrous as some of the gear dogs in Tokyo are forced to wear. Check out these poor fellas.
cute dog, waiting his girlfriend open the door. lol.
Lee, did you take this photo in Kichijoi? I’m sure I’ve seen this little chap, and his natty jumper, many times. He’s hard to miss, really.
Yeah, I did. Outside Iseya, near the park. The poor bugger isn’t always stood waiting outside is he?
I think the old gadgies inside Iseya throw him a few scraps from time to time. He’s a stoic.
Doris Simon says
you have a wonderful eye on the heartwarming pitty little things,
Thank you Doris!
Aw poor little fella!
Pretty cute I say!
Marc T says
In Paris they bring the dogs right inside!
Aww, he looks so sad. They should have just brought him in to sit beside his buddy :).
I wonder if he’s not happy because his tail is trapped in his clothes.
It’s fairly rare to see a dog actually not wearing clothes, so he’s probably used to it.
You managed to capture his great expression. You know, watching others eat yakitori is always hard.