Do you know the story about a dedicated dog Hachikō, who is considered to be the symbol of faithfulness in Japanese? Recently the Internet was amazed by pictures of another animal from Turkey on his owner’s funeral. It is hard to hold tears back.
Hi there everyone! This is your friend Archie! The story I have heard a couple of days ago amazed me so that I decided to share it with you. Today I want to tell you about Kesur, the dedicated dog, who couldn’t let his owner go.
One Turkish old man, who was almost 80 years old, passed away after struggling with a complicated disease. Mehmet Ilham spent his last years with Kesur, who became his friend, a joy, and a source of happiness and positive emotions. A few days before the owner’s death, the animal didn’t leave him and tried to be as close as possible. When the man was hospitalized, the dog rejected food.
Unfortunately, Mehmet died soon. Throughout the funeral ceremony, the dog sat next to the coffin, with his head down and not making any sound. He was the saddest creature in the whole universe that moment.
Mehmet’s son Ali decided to own the devoted dog of his father. He noticed that Kesur runs away and then comes back in a couple of hours every day. Once, following the animal, he got to the cemetery. A watchman revealed that Kesur came there and sat near the grave of his owner every day.
Ali’s family is very friendly, loving and decent. So, I hope they will take care of the desperate animal and make him happy. Now they constantly visit Mehmet’s grave to honor his memory. Of course, the devoted dog always accompanies them. He misses his owner like any of his children, too.
Therefore, this story proves that dogs are one of the most dedicated creatures in the world. I’m sure that if you treat your animal right, he or she will definitely love you like the dog from my article. When I found out about Kesur's story, I caught myself on a feeling to hug my owner and spend more time with her! I love it so much!
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