If you've been to the island of Pulau Ubin before, you might have come across some of its friendly resident stray dogs.
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Two of the dogs that call the small forested island home are a pair of siblings, affectionately named Kopi-O and Teh-C by the people who live there.
The dogs are known for following visitors along trails around the island and acting as a "guide".
Here is the dark-coloured Kopi-O (hence the name).
And his lighter-coloured brother Teh-C.
Kopi-O was friendly to the point that he would simply chill beside visitors, and even chase away wild boars that came a tad too close to them.
Tragically, it was revealed by a visitor that two-year-old Kopi-O died recently.
One Eugene Beh posted a tribute to the dog on Facebook. Beh described Kopi-O as the "friendliest dog in Ubin".
An Ubin resident who lives on a fish farm, Phillip Lin, shared in a post that Kopi-O was involved in an accident with a taxi.
Lin added that the accident was allegedly a hit-and-run.
A video Lin posted showed a man picking up Kopi-O's carcass, surrounded by flowers, and tucking it in a pit to be buried.
Here's to Kopi-O, the "friendliest" and most "fearless" dog on Ubin.
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Top photo from Eugene Beh / FB and Khairi Woods / FB