Regardless of what number of stray creatures we salvage, it still feels like a losing fight. Be that as it may, among the destitute mutts living in the city, bonds are framed through their pack senses. For one canine family, nothing was going to break that bond, not by any means passing.
One pooch, unfortunately, was executed while crossing the street. Regardless of his passing, his reliable companions wouldn’t abandon him. As the video posted underneath states, these pooches are “profoundly faithful.” They couldn’t leave a significant piece of their family.
The dogs guarded the spot where his body lay for an entire month when locals finally started to notice. When passersby came upon them, the dogs would flee, then return again once the humans left. Sometimes they guarded their friend protectively. A villager told Pear TV: “(They) remain here maybe because they are scared that strangers would go close (to their friend).” You can see in the photo, there are two spots where they lay constantly to watch over him.
Finally, a woman decides to give the deceased dog a proper burial. But even when he is in the ground, it seems his family still prefers to stay close by. Not even in death can this bond be broken. Isn’t that amazing?
The famous poet Pablo Neruda, wrote a moving piece about his dog that passed. It was translated by Alfred Yankauer. If you choose to skip this and go straight to the video, continue to scroll.