Sad Dog Couldn’t Get Over The Fact That Her Owner Was Gone For Good

For some reason, dogs love humans unconditionally. The love of a dog is one of the purest, most beautiful things that happen to this world, and that sincere affection also remains the same even after their owner passes away. Strange, isn’t it?
Oyo used to be a stray dog who wandering on the streets fighting for food and survival daily until she came across her kind Grandpa. Grandpa brought Oyo home, Grandpa took care of Oyo, Grandpa protected Oyo. Grandpa was her family, Grandpa was her whole world.

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They spent five years joyfully together, and these five years were the happiest time in Oyo’s life. However, that sweet time didn’t last really long. Grandpa suddenly left this world one year ago, leaving little Oyo behind. His departure broke Oyo’s heart.

Screenshot, SBS TV

Oyo wasn’t alone. She still had Grandma and her lively canine brother Aru around to cheer her up every day. But still, Oyo was sorrowful. The poor pooch gradually lost all of her energy and quickly became so lethargic. She spent most of the time sitting under the cultivator that Grandpa used to ride before, and she even refused her favorite bread.

Screenshot, SBS TV

Oyo was clearly missing her beloved Grandpa. Even the vet said her health condition was perfectly fine and it’s her bad mood that affected her state. She didn’t react when Grandma called her name, but she moved when she heard Grandma mentioned “Grandpa”. She could even recognize him in his photo.

Screenshot, SBS TV

Of course, Oyo wasn’t the only one who had been mourning the whole time. Grandma was distressed after losing her husband too, but thankfully she still had Aru and Oyo around to comfort her and keep her company. They, as well as all the pets out there, were definitely the best healers on Earth.

Screenshot, SBS TV

Hopefully, a lot of time as well as plenty of love, care and companionship could heal Oyo’s heart.

Screenshot, SBS TV

Watch their moving story here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXSzSwwNKXs
Please share Oyo’s touching story with your loved ones!
 
 
 
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