Sadly, I know how crushing the anguish after a pet passes on can be.
When you’ve hung out it’s normal to grieve, nearly an indistinguishable route from if a human relative had kicked the bucket.
What’s more, obviously it works the other much as well, when a canine loses their cherished proprietor.
Canine Cesur lost his proprietor in January 2017. In the wake of being faithful colleagues for a long time, 79 year old Mehmet Ilhan.
The devoted canine was totally devastated. Mehmet had kicked the bucket in healing facility close to their home in Bursa, Turkey. He had been incapacitated for a long time after a genuine disease.
When Mehmet’s body was brought home from the hospital, his loyal dog sat by his side the whole time, refusing to move.
Cesur even led the way during the funeral procession on the way to the graveyard.
At the funeral, Cesar sat by the casket with his head bowed throughout the whole burial.
“Nobody could touch him until my father was taken to the grave and was buried,” Ali says.
Cesur also kept watch when his owner was lowered into the ground.
After his owner’s death, Cesur lived with Ali, but it was obvious that the dog still missed his beloved owner.
After a few weeks, Ali heard that Cesur ran away from the house every day while Ali was at work.
One day he decided to stay home, to follow the dog and see where he was going.
Cesur had been going to the graveyard to see visit his owner’s grave every day. Ali even saw Cesur’s previous pawprints going to and from the grave.
“The people who work in the cemetery say the first thing he does in the morning is visit the grave of my father,” Ali explains.
Although no one knows if or when Cesur will recover from his grief, Ali will of course continue to take care of his dad’s dog.
“Cesur has always been a noble animal. He will live with me from now on,” Ali says.
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