This Good Girl Takes The Bus Everyday To The Dog Park All By Herself And Even Has Her Own Bus Pass Attached To Her Collar - Too Interesting

This Good Girl Takes The Bus Everyday To The Dog Park All By Herself And Even Has Her Own Bus Pass Attached To Her Collar

Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the goodest of the girls? It’s Eclipse – the loveliest passenger to meet on your morning commute. If you’re from Seattle, that is. And taking a bus.

This adorable girl is making people happy everywhere she goes. It doesn’t come as a surprise when you look at her – I mean, just look at her! Not only does the extroverted and bubbly personality of Eclipse make her the most popular girl in town, but she is also known for being a responsible and independent adult. “Every day she leaves her house by herself and takes the bus downtown to the dog park where she spends a couple of hours getting exercise and making friends, and then she takes the bus back home again,” one Seattle woman writes on her Facebook.

Meet the goodest of all girls – Eclipse

Image credits: Eclipse Seattle’s Bus Riding Dog

She’s Seattle’s favorite bus-taking, people-loving, happiness-emanating dog. In her hometown, Eclipse is known for being a strong independent woman who needs no assistance from her owner when she feels like going to the park.

Every day, Eclipse leaves her house (all by herself) and takes the bus to the local park

Image credits: Eclipse Seattle’s Bus Riding Dog

Eclipse “takes the bus downtown to the dog park where she spends a couple of hours getting exercise and making friends, and then she takes the bus back home again. She even has her own bus pass attached to the collar,” a Seattle-based woman writes on her Facebook page.

She spends a couple of hours there getting her exercise and making new friends

Image credits: Eclipse Seattle’s Bus Riding Dog

“It started when her owner, Jeff Young, was taking too long when the bus arrived so she impatiently ran ahead and got on the bus by herself. The bus driver recognized her and dropped her off at the dog park, and later Jeff caught up with her. After several more trips by herself, Jeff started letting her go on her own, and she always comes back home a couple of hours later.”

After spending some quality time in the park, she takes the bus home

Apparently, the bus drivers know Eclipse pretty well. “She makes them smile,” Robbie Lauren writes. “Many of the regular passengers enjoy seeing her every day and will often sit down next to her.”

“She even has her own bus pass attached to the collar”

Image credits: Eclipse Seattle’s Bus Riding Dog

“Even the police have given their approval as long as the bus drivers are okay with the arrangement.” Eclipse even has a Facebook page dedicated to her named Eclipse Seattle’s Bus Riding Dog. More than 44,000 people follow Eclipse’s adventures, so why don’t you?

Naturally, people online fell in love with Eclipse

 

source : boredpanda.com

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