Grieving dog bids farewell in front of owner’s coffin, touching millions of people

Because he recently lost his dearest buddy, the one person who truly mattered in his life, the dog Cesur is devastated. Cesur visits his best friend’s grave every day despite the fact that he is aware that his human father has died away since his love and loyalty for him haven’t diminished. Mehmet Ilhan, 79, passed away at a hospital close to his house in Bura, Turkey, after years of suffering from a condition that had rendered him paraplegic.

Cesur had been his constant friend for the past two years of his life, therefore his passing has been very difficult.

Ali, Mehmet’s son, stated to The Dodo

“They had a different type of relationship because of my father’s handicap. Cesur stopped eating during my father’s final days in the hospital.

Sadly, Mehmet did not make it home since he lost the battle with his sickness and died.

Cesur refused to leave him after his body was brought home and stayed near to him. The dog insisted on going in front when a procession formed to carry the coffin to a nearby mosque for the funeral.

Cesur was extremely sad and sat next to the coffin throughout the ceremony without looking up.
Until my father was taken to the grave and buried, “no one could touch it.”
The dog observed the burial of his best friend.
Ali now has the little dog at her house, but Mehmet still breaks her heart.

Today, pets offer companionship, emotional support, reduced feelings of loneliness, and reduced stress levels. It also contributes to high self-esteem and positive emotions, especially for children. And although many people enjoy the company of their dog or cat and would never think of getting rid of their pet, consider it a family member.

However, in many cases coexistence between humans and animals is not always successful and in some cases the relationship does not work out, when the family is committed, adoption is their last resort. There are various reasons why animals are abandoned on the street, some of these reasons are lack of time to give them adequate attention, economic hardship, unwanted litters, parenting issues. children, new family members or they lose their home. But what animals going through these situations really experience is that some are lucky and others aren’t.

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