Grieving Dog Visits The Beach Every Day To Stare At The Ocean After His Owner D.i.e.d At Sea – Loyal Dogs
Dogs cannot understand absence to its full extent, but they can notice the differences when their owner is not around anymore. First of all, thought the senses of sight and smell. Indeed, animals, and especially such smart animals as dogs, not only understand that their owner is missing, but they are too loyal to let go. They somehow try to connect with their lost owner, even years after their passing.
Similar to Hachiko, who used to wait for his owner at a Japanese train station, Vaguito waited for his owner at a beach in Peru. The other day, Jolie Mejía and her family decided to visit Punta Negra, a small seaside community near their home in Peru. It was there, along a rocky shore overlooking the sea, that they came to learn a story of love in its purest form.
Grieving dog visits the beach every day to stare at the ocean after his owner d.i.e.d at sea
Dogs are always so loving and loyal to their owners, even after they’re gone. Dogs have great emotional intelligence and seem to understand when their loved ones have p.a.s.s.e.d away, and can even grieve for them in their own ways — some dogs will even pay respects at their graves. Like one sweet dog, who can be found holding a seaside v.i.g.i.l for his d.e.c.e.a.s.e.d owner, as shown in bittersweet viral photos.
Jolie Mejía was visiting the seaside down of Punta Negra, Peru when she noticed an unusual sight: a dog was on the beach all by himself, staring intently at the ocean.
Jolie says she looked after the dog, petting him, but he wanted to do nothing more than watch the ocean waves. Thinking he was abandoned on the beach, Jolie and her family almost took him in. But soon, a man came along and explained that the dog was at the beach every day, for a heart-brea-king reason.“His owner was a fisherman who p.a.s.s.e.d away some time ago,” Jolie wrote on Twitter. Since then, he stares at the sea every day. The dog, whose name is Vaguito, seems to understand that his owner went out to sea one day and never came back. Maybe he understands his owner has d.i.e.d and is holding a vigil for him, or maybe he hopes one day his master will return. He gets excited every time he sees boats,” Jolie wrote.She said “very moved” by the dog’s story. But while Vaguito’s story is sad, she was glad to hear that he wasn’t alone: Practically everyone in the area knows the dog and is very fond of him,”
People in the small community look after Vaguito, giving him food and shelter. A veterinarian said a woman nearby cares for him. While nothing can replace Vaguito’s departed owner, whom the dog clearly loved very much, he’s still getting plenty of love.
There is no denying that one of your dog’s most defining traits is their loyalty. This loyalty can be overwhelming and humbling, and has often been cited as an example of what human beings can learn from dogs.