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Man Builds $500,000 Mansion For Dog Who Gave Him Unconditional Love





This story may sound extravagant, but it’s certainly not about some rich kid not knowing what to do with his millions. In fact, Zhou Tianxiao grew up very poor but he eventually was able to build a $500,000 mansion for his Border Collie.

Tianxiao met his dog Sylar during the time he needed a friend the most. He regained the love he lost in his childhood and achieved incredible success after his beloved pet became a part of his life.

Tianxiao’s parents divorced when he was a young boy and left him to be raised by his grandmother. He felt life was very unfair and became extremely rebellious.

He dropped out of school at 15 and spent most of his time playing video games in internet cafes. His life was going nowhere.

Those games didn’t make Tianxiao happy and he was looking for someone to call his friend. Someone then told the 31-year-old have a dog four years ago, and he adopted Sylar. He shared that when he locked eyes with the dog, “It was love at first sight.”

He said:

“I heard that dogs were loyal. No matter how poor their owners were, they will still be with them. That’s why I decided to have a dog … Sylar changed my life, so I will give it back everything I have.”

Like so many dog owners, Tianxiao scoured YouTube videos and taught Sylar some tricks. He used his phone to shoot the videos then uploaded them a Chinese video-sharing site. His videos were earning millions of views, and Sylar was gaining fans across China.

Tianxiao then opened a store in Taobao, a Chinese online shopping website, selling dog food and toys. This endeavor helped Tianxiao financially.

And as a return gift, he built a “pet paradise” in Beijing’s Shunyi district, which serves as the home for his border collie. The luxury residence comes with beautiful air-conditioned rooms, a heated pool, a trampoline, a spa, and a spacious lawn.

Tianxiao said:

“Before I had Sylar, I had nothing to live for … he gave me a purpose.”

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