The dog draws attention for its daily use of public transportation in Istanbulclone social networks
Istanbul – Don’t be surprised if you take public transportation in Istanbul, Turkey, and come across a dog as a passenger. It is Bugei, who travels every day to some parts of the city by bus, train, subway and even ferry.
The animal became famous locally and attracted the attention of the department that takes care of the transport a few months ago. According to the agents, it is as if the dog knows exactly where to go whenever he gets in and out of the car.
“A couple of months ago, we noticed a dog trying to use our trains and subways. He knows where to go, he knows when to get out, and it was really fun. So we started following him and noticed an interesting pattern, as if Aylin Erol, head of consumer relations at Istanbul Metro, told Network CNN, Eileen Errol, he knew to go and have a purpose.
Buggy travels about 30 kilometers and visits no less than 29 subway stations daily. This was only possible because in mid-August, public transportation officials took him to a vet for tests, who implanted a microchip in the animal’s ear. The device is connected to a mobile app, allowing management to track the four-legged passenger.
In addition to seeing him walk the stations and sit decently on a bench, the dog is sometimes caught taking a nap. A Turkish newspaper that spoke to passengers reported that the dog was courteous, quietly entering and exiting the transport and giving way to others.
An Instagram profile was created for Boji, where he also appeared alongside the passengers. A prominent personality, he has more than 23.6 thousand followers on social media.
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