Despite the fact that the dog is a friar is somewhat unusual.
I always knew that dogs are universal creatures capable of exploits incomprehensible to a four-legged creature.
However, I never assumed that the dog would become a friar.
Well, you want to believe it, you want not, but this cute dog shows the opposite.
Get to know Carmelo, now Friar Bigotón, a lonely fluffy resident of the Franciscan monastery of Cochabamba in Bolivia!
Despite the fact that the dog as a monk is somewhat unusual.
Because the saint, in whose honor the Franciscan Order was founded, St. Francis of Assisi is the patron saint of animals.
Friar Bigotón is not only a monk named, but also wears a charming little Franciscan clothing.
Carmelo’s life before the monastery adopted, was not at all simple, since he lived on the street.
And since their project was so successful, the organization hopes that the touching history of Carmelo can serve as an example for other monks who will adopt animals in the future.
As for the duties of Friar Bigotón, his other monks said that he did not need to abandon his previous habits.
As a result, the most beautiful inhabitant of the monastery spends time in the same way as any other puppy.
However, as can be seen from cute photographs published by monks on social networks, the puppy also loves fishing.