Coffee shop dog keeps customers company every day after being adopted

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She doesn’t ask for anything, not even food; she just sits and follows along. Adopted by the café’s owner, Camila, the puppy was named Corchito. Now, he takes charge of comforting distressed or lonely patrons. In the company of others, some may not always feel understood. That’s where Corchito steps in; even the most isolated visitors find solace in his presence.

Corchito understands that sometimes, all it takes to feel better is a bit of love and support. He can sense when someone’s having a rough day, offering them comfort simply with his presence. Being around a loving animal can uplift people, making their day feel a little brighter.

Dickens is a café-focused Argentine restobar owned by Camila Gallando. She runs the reputable family business in the neighborhood. Before Corchito arrived and made significant adjustments, every day was the same with few exceptions.

A dog keeps lonely people company in a café.

On a stormy day, Corchito is compelled to take shelter in Camila’s cafe, and she soon develops feelings for him. Camila decided that Dickens would become her new home going forward and that this gorgeous property would become Corchito’s paradise on earth because she enjoyed how nice the dog was.

Corchito would draw a lot of attention, but Camila had no idea. Despite being particularly cordial with everyone, he quickly integrated. The most amazing thing is that Corchito walked right up to the person who had entered Dickens and was sitting by alone at a table and sat down on the chair next to him without a second thought.

The dog simply sits and walks alongside people, contrary to what some people might infer because of the dog’s seeming plight. He seems to listen carefully to what people say when speaking to him. Since one of the patrons’ spouse, who she used to visit the café with and sit with, recently passed away, she now visits by herself, making Corchito even more of a presence for her.

Corchito loves everyone who comes into the cafe, but he has a special soft spot for the elderly, particularly when they’re down. The dog approaches those who are most affected by loss because it seems to have a sixth sense for grief.

In addition to caring after Corchito, Camila has made the decision to shelter the other stray dogs who visit the cafe at night in search of a place to sleep. Corchito acknowledges the situation and offers his assistance. He may be the café dog, but he’s always happy to assist other animals or people. Without a certain, Corchito is a great example, and it is because of him that the people in the area enjoy coffee even more.

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