A young man recorded a 10-minute film of his dog’s final day of life since he was extremely old and they had to put him to death, but not before they did everything he wanted, such as eating chicken.
A dog’s death may be just as terrible as the death of a human loved one, and this is because they win their owners’ hearts with their beautiful and steadfast friendship. As a result, Cappuccino’s owner, a young guy called Lauro Morales, described on social media the process he went through before putting his pet to sleep. With tears in his eyes, he no longer wanted him to suffer, so they did everything the dog enjoyed, such as taking him for a car ride, take him to eat chicken, and even bathe and brush him before firing him for good. The youngster cried as he held his beloved and stayed with him till the end.
Fire your dog doing everything you likedNot for nothing is it said that man’s best friend is the dog, but it is also true that there are responsible owners who go above and beyond for their furry friends and are there for them through thick and thin.
The video, published on TikTok by user _victorcaudillo, showed Lauro going through one of the most traumatic days of his life, bidding goodbye to the most devoted dog he had ever known.
In the 10-minute footage, Cappuccino is unable to stand, most likely owing to his late age and ailments. He first combed and showered him, recalling innumerable memories, while the canine lay down, gazing at his soul mate, rubbing him and savoring what would be his dying caresses.
She put him out on a tiny bed on top of a board for one more stroll; for this, the family came out and, sobbing, hugged him and told him how much they loved him and how much they would miss his presence in the home.
He put him in the back of a truck with other people, and it was then that they came for chickens and cookies, to give him his final supper. Cappuccino devoured the meal.
The most difficult time comes then, the farewell. Lauro knew he’d hurt, but it wasn’t until he arrived that the floodgates of Cappuccino’s childhood memories opened.