By Everett Rosenfeld, TIME
Loukanikos hates Greece's austerity measures, corrupt politicians and the plight of the Greek everyman. And, as a dedicated protestor, he is willing to brave riot police and tear gas for his beliefs.
Either that, or Athens's most famous stray dog just likes the food and the attention afforded him by Greek demonstrators.
Whatever the cause for his loyalty, Loukanikos (which translates to "Sausage" in English) has barked and marched alongside the protesters since demonstrations in December 2008.
Almost three years later, the stray with a penchant for protests was seen in action again at the latest rounds protests in Athens last week. FULL POST
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