In Japan today, we have a doodle for a very special dog. Hachiko was adopted by a professor at the University of Tokyo in 1924. Each day, this Akita with one folded ear would greet the professor at the Shibuya train station, until one day in 1925 the professor did not come. It turns out he had died—but Hachiko did not give up faith, and proceeded to wait at the train station every day for the next 10 years, until his own death. His faithfulness is still legendary in Japan, and there is a statue of him at the Shibuya Station.