This is the viral video of a loyal dog who even after four years of regular visits to his dead owner, cannot wait to see her and once he knows they are making the trip does not calm down until he can lie on her coffin.
The video was shared by Belen, the sister of the deceased woman Joha, who died four years ago, although the cause of her death was not revealed.
Since then, Belen has cared for her sister’s dog Benito, in the city of Villaguay, in the central Argentine province of Entre Rios, where her sister was buried.
Belen shared a video on her Instagram and Twitter profile showing her and Benito visiting the cemetery where the crypt is located that contains her sister’s coffin.
The video, which has been seen over 3.5 million times on Twitter, was shared with the post: “Witness the unconditional love. Joha is my sister, she died four years ago and he is Benito, her pet, who accompanied her for the last two years of life and continues to do so to this day.”
The video shows the adorable black fluffy dog excitedly travelling in the car and beginning to whine when he can see they are arriving at the cemetery.
The dog jumps out and runs to where his owner has been laid to rest, whilst Belen can be heard saying “let’s go see your mum.”
They enter the crypt with the coffin inside and the dog jumps up and down, while a text on the video says: “He is asking to be lifted up.”
The dog is then lifted onto the coffin by a man and seems to settle down.
The following text reads: “He stays like this until we leave”.
The video has been retweeted 34.7K times and received 180.9K likes. it was not revealed how old the young woman was when she died.
Belen wrote in the thread: “They (dogs) are the most wonderful beings in existence, simply because they are the only ones giving their unconditional eternal love. “
Many social media users wrote heartfelt comments on the video such as ‘Butterfly_Soul7’ who commented: “I see this video and I think that they will never convince me that people are better than dogs. No one in life is going to love you like them, no one will be unconditional, they never let you down, good love”.
Whilst user ‘Angelica Devia’ wrote: “Oh my God, I cried. Definitively we do not deserve animals, how much love.”
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