One Good Thing Estonia Stray Dog

The stray dog Zorik poses for a photo at a back yard of Viktoria Ger's house, outside Tallinn, Estonia, Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2020. Viktoria Ger, who has given Zorik a new home, in an enclosure with a doghouse behind her own family home, describes him as a "peculiar dog." The black-and-white mutt, long a presence in a Tallinn neighborhood, was taken from the Estonian capital to the countryside earlier this year to live out his days in the safe and restful surroundings of a family's back yard, he was missed so much that the residents immortalized him with a statue. (AP Photo/Raul Mee)

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