Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

Cemetery Visitor Thought Dog Was Mourning, Until She Started Digging.

A Day For Mourning

A Day For Mourning

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It seems that many dogs will guard their owner while they're mourning. There was one story of a beautiful husky that laid on its owner's grave for hours. The dog was so consumed with grief that it could be heard crying and yelling. The dog was mourning over his loved one, and there are other stories just like it!

They're Lost

They're Lost

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Dogs are unbelievably loyal and will do anything to make their owner happy. When they lose the one person that they love, they don't know what to do themselves anymore.

Their Grief Is Real

Their Grief Is Real

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This pup sat next to its owner's grave for two whole days after losing its owner who died in a horrific landslide in Brazil. There's no scientific evidence that explains how dogs mourn or feel about losing their owners, but it's obviously clear that dogs are able to grieve for the person that they love. And the proof continuously presents itself.

What's Going On?

What's Going On?

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There's no denying that animals can feel attachment and sadness when the person they love passes away. But was this dog mourning the loss of the person that took care of them? Or was there something bigger going on?

Not Budging

Not Budging

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Dimitra stayed with the dog and attempted to get it to come out of the hole. After whistling and calling for it, it was clear that the dog wasn't moving. There was no way of telling how long the dog had been there, or if it had gotten food or water. Was the dog truly grieving for its loved one?

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