It is a popular saying that dogs are man’s best friends. However, to pet owners, it doesn’t often matter what pet you have, the bond your pet and yourself will be unbreakable regardless that they sometimes could act like unruly hyperactive cute little demons.
Hence, the death of a pet can be a traumatic experience. Something all pet owners can agree on is that their pet isn’t just a cute animal that they happen to own, it becomes part of the family, and as such, when the pet dies it often feels like you have lost a loved one. There is no truer example than the story of this man who lost his dog and memories of its last day alive.
One day, a woman, Saoirse Morgan saw a note stuck to a lamp post while she was walking on a street in Bloor and Lansdowne, Toronto, Canada. The note caught her attention and most likely melted her heart, causing her to take a picture of it and uploading it on facebook. The post blew up and soon went viral. Melting the hearts of millions of others around the world.
The note was a letter written by a grief-stricken man to the man who burgled his house. In the letter, the grieving pet owner begged for the return of pictures of his dog final moments alive.
He begged the thief, saying that he could keep the money and his DSLR camera, but should find a way to send the memory card that contained the pictures of his dog’s final moments.
The reason he gave was that the pictures were not backed up anywhere and as such were irreplaceable. At the end of the note, the pet owner gave out his house address and phone number, as a way for the burglar to reach out and send the memory card.
Part of the note reads.
‘Keep the cash, and my DSLR and whatever else you took for me. But if you have the memory card from the camera, please, it has photos of my dog’s last day alive on it. I cannot replace those photos. Please throw it up to the porch or put it in the mail slot or mail it to…”
“Please, she died a few days ago. I cannot lose the photos as well”
The dog owner address is 735 Bloor St. W. Toronto, Ontario. M6g1l5 and his phone number is 674-267-0366. If you have any information please call or text him. We are hopeful that the flyers would be seen by the burglar or anyone who has helpful information that would aid in reuniting this man with his precious memories of his loved one.
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