Dogs have been companions of humans for at least a few tens of thousands, but even more than a hundred thousand years, Homo sapiens sapiens and Canis lupus familiaris, i.e. modern man and the domestic dog practically developed side by side, even influencing each other.

Thanks to this, man’s best friend is not in one respect more human than our closest relatives, chimpanzees, gorillas, orangutans, this is especially true when it comes to social achievements, in our case, transportation.

Kupata, a stray dog ​​living in Batumi, the second most populous settlement in Georgia, became the city’s favorite and mascot thanks to his activities in this area, as the white dog with black spots took on the role of a volunteer traffic controller.

In many parts of the world, kindergarten teachers/teachers help kindergarten and elementary school children cross zebra crossings, as well as older students and other designated persons, but at some crossings in Batumi, Kupata does this work. The dog “leads” the children next to the zebra crossing, blocks the road, and even if it meets a car or a driver crossing the zebra crossing in violation of the rules, it follows it for a few meters and reprimands it with a snarl, here it is:

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