Unfortunately, there is a wide range of people all around the world. Some people abuse their pets, while others devote their entire lives to their beloved furry companions, which is a great thing to witness.
Marcus and his dog Pickles met on the streets of Los Angeles’ Skid Row. They each had a tra.umatic past, faced similar challenges, and learned to rely on one another. When photographer John Hwang first spotted the two, he was blown away by their special bond.
John explained, “He basically shares everything with him and they travel everywhere together.”
Marcus and John struck up a friendship and decided to stay in touch.
When the homeless man was qualified for government-subsidized housing in Skid Row, his life took a turn for the better. It was only a small room with a shared bathroom, but it was a million times better than wandering aimlessly around the streets.
Marcus was overjoyed to finally share a roof with Pickles, his best friend. Marcus and Pickles may start living happily ever after from that point on.
John decided to pay Marcus and Pickles a visit once they had settled into their new house. He didn’t tell Marcus about his plans, but when he came, they were there waiting to welcome him enthusiastically.
“(Marcus) smiled broadly and said to me, ‘I had a feeling I needed to come downstairs, and here you are.’ After that, we give each other a tremendous hug,” John explained.
He added, “I observed the mattress lying up against the wall, unused.” “On the floor, there was a dog bed, a food and drink bowl for the dog, and a bundle of blankets strewn about. The bedding and dog bed were all piled together. There was no dog or person section; instead, it was just a mess of blankets and a dog bed.”
Marcus told John that he doesn’t care about the rest as long as he had Pickles, and he also told him that he slept on the floor.
Marcus stated, “There isn’t anything I wouldn’t do for him.”