We live our life being so close to death that we never no when will our moment come. And the casual cruelty of death and sickness has always served as a merciless reminder of a temporary nature of life.
This story will break your heart to thousands pieces. It is about a dying Grandpa and his two faithful dogs Arong and Asoon. The pups had never been just pets for grandpa he treated them like his family.
He fed and raised them as his own children, and in response to that, the dogs’ whole world was about their Grandpa.
However their little happy family was broken into pieces when their human was diagnosed with cancer and with every day became weaker and weaker.
No matter how bad he was the man always looked after his dogs to the best of his capacity. One day the world collapsed for the dogs, their beloved person fainted in front of their eyes.
But even in this state he was Only thinking about the fate of his lovely canines. During the time when Grandpa was far away from them the dogs were moaning and crying, waiting for their owner.
It felt like they knew what was going on and and that a terrifying thing was about to happen. Fortunately a kind hearted neighbor took care of these 2 however the only thing they were thinking about was their scary future.
The man after being in such a despair decides to trust his dogs to an animal welfare group hoping that they will live on prosperously after his death.
And before going there the dogs were brought to the hospital to say their final goodbyes to their priceless human. This is one of the most teary moments of their lives. The depressed faces of the two will make your heart ache.
They understand that Grandpa’s end is really close. They do not want to accept the situation and the only thing they desire is to stay a little bit longer with their adorable owner.
After the dogs wer placed into shelter they had videcall with their owner and he made sure that everything was fine with them.
Doctors gave him 2 or 3 years of life but he passed away one month after the call. RIP to Grandpa, he will always stay in our hearts.