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A dog in China who was the only companion to a single resident has refused to leave him even after his death.
Lao Pan, 68, died earlier this month in the village of Panjiatun.
His dog was found later at his grave, refusing to leave even after seven days without food.
The BBC's Xiaoyun Yao reports.
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Hey plwk, why all the soppy dog posts?
You missin' someone?
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It is their Govt - not the everyday people to blame - maybe the dog is telling us to care about Chinese - bit reject their rule/dictation!
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