We all love dogs. They are fun, funny, friendly and loving. They are more than a pet but a loyal friend. And people Show their love as if they are showing their love for their friend. A living example of this could be Chris Mendiola.
This 26-year-old man got the same tattoo that his dog, Bear, has to appreciate their friendship. The tattoo was under Bear’s belly. Chris thought that it was a symbol of animal abuse. That why he thought that would be a good gift for their friendship. However, when he put their matching tattoo on Facebook, he realized that the tattoo means something different: Being neutered.
When the post spread online, Christ received a lot of comments about the real meaning of the tattoo along with a lot of teasing. He quickly explained himself to Buzzfeed saying, “We talked to our vet about the tattoo. I knew what it meant, I knew what I was getting myself into.”. But it wasn’t that easy to get away from all those judgments since the Internet resisted buying his explanation. You read the story and make the decision.
This is 26-year-old Chris Mendiola from Texas, who loves his dog so much that he decided to do something nice about their relationship
Chris met Bear in 2010, learning that he changed a couple of homes
After he adopted Bear, he saw a tattoo under the belly of the dog and hated it
“It sickens me to know that people actually tattoo their pets”
He decided to get a matching tattoo with his dog
Little did he know that it was a sign of that the dog was neutered, not he was a victim of animal abuse
Internet teased Chris and he defended himself
He claimed that he knew what the tattoo meant all along
“We talked to our vet about the tattoo. I knew what it meant” Chris said
“They can believe and say what they want, but the tattoo is not for them, it’s for me” he added
However, the Internet was not an easy target to convince. A couple of people show some inconsistencies in Chris’s story