A dog from Brazil has won the hearts of thousands of people online, mainly on TikTok, because of the closeness between the dog and its owner. Lola, a devoted mutt that resides with José Paulo da Silva in So Paulo, the capital of the country, seems to enjoy being around him a lot. This is particularly accurate to their bedtime ritual.
Lola’s life, however, was not always happy. Firefighters from a nearby fireman’s school previously arrived to rescue Lola and her sister who were stranded in the underbrush. Lola was given to a student who was temporarily fostering her at the school after her sister was quickly adopted.
When the epidemic prompted the closing of the school, Lola was in danger of being left alone. To prevent leaving her behind, the headmaster of the school asked the students if anyone would be interested in adopting her. The problem was brought up to José by his stepson, who was a student there as well, and he chose to adopt her right away.
She has a strong desire to be among people and connected to them. To stay close at all times, if she has someone at home, she tries to figure out which room they are in. She took a few days to get used to the new place, but they soon became very close. José, Lola’s owner, recently made an appearance in a video. Their daily routine is captured on camera and is endearingly wholesome and humorous. Following the viral video, José was frequently questioned about the camera he kept in his bed.
Many people wonder why I have a camera in my room, and I agree. I have it because I was abducted, and spent nine nights in captivity, and it allows my wife to keep an eye on everything while I’m receiving cancer treatment while she’s mostly in another city. The cameras are just available to the two of us. Therefore, when the video became popular, I was astonished by what was occurring and perhaps even a little concerned because we eventually lost track of views while attempting to stay up! People thanked us for the video and for making their days happier.
When Lola sees her people getting ready for bed, she decides to become a little hyperactive. If the dog doesn’t get extra pats and fun, it won’t fall asleep. When we asked Jose about Lola, he responded, “Lola is really important to me since I’m receiving cancer treatment and I suffer through despair when I take chemo.”
She makes me happy, and we have a close link. My stepson brought her home and told me she was designed for me, so that’s when I realized I needed her. More videos like this are required around the world, according to José, to divert attention from the depressing news a little. The full clip of them having fun together before bed is available here: