Dogs are known for loving us a lot. They make strong, lifelong friendships with people and always love us no matter what. That’s why people all around the world really like them. As time goes by, they become even better friends with us. Whether they’re helping us when we’re sad or just making our days happier, dogs are really special and important to us.
When you adopt a dog, and it becomes part of your family, if something bad happens to the dog, it makes you sad, too. This is what happened to Carlos Fresco, who had a close friendship with his 10-year-old dog named Monty. Carlos loved Monty like a friend and family member. Keep reading to learn more about this emotional story.
Monty was sick with leukaemia, and he got treatment to help, but the sickness came back, and it made him very unhealthy.
Fresco saw that his special friend Monty was getting close to the end of his life and feeling a lot of pain. Since Fresco really cared about Monty and loved him a lot, he wanted to make sure Monty’s last days were happy.
He chose to bring Monty to their most-loved spots and have fun with him. He placed Monty in a wheelbarrow and took him to all the places they liked to visit. Monty sat in the wheelbarrow comfortably.
It was really touching to watch Fresco bring Monty to spots where they had good memories together. They went on walks up mountains and other places, and lots of other people who were hiking joined them to keep Monty company. It was easy to see that Monty was very happy during these trips.
Monty really enjoyed going on walks, and his most loved one was up a mountain in Wales. Fresco said this was his way of showing respect to Monty, who was a really joyful dog and made everyone happy around him.
Monty passed away on June 21st, 2021, and many people feel really sad about it. Fresco still thinks about the good times he shared with Monty and feels thankful for their friendship. We hope Monty can rest in peace.
Here are some pictures of the last things Monty did. Please share your thoughts about these pictures in the comments below.