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Grieving dog still saves a spot in bed for his late best friend

 This poor pup clearly misses his best friend, and he still leaves his bed open for him - even more than a year after he passed.

A dog's bond with a human can be extremely strong and unbreakable, but the same can be said for relationships formed by dogs with one another. They can be just as strong and moving as they are in this story.



The link Caitlin Wyanne, a 17-year-old girl, recently lost her dog, George. Her other four-footer, Harry, misses him terribly and is at a loss about what to do now that his best friend has died.

Caitlin shared a photo of Harry sleeping directly next to Harry's room, where he used to sleep before he died. 



These two friends have been through so much together, and they still seem to end up curled up together in the corner of this bed.George would remain in his bed because it was his safe and cozy place, while Harry would always sit to the side, right next to him – even though he had his own comfortable bed, he preferred to be directly next to George.

The two dogs, both Lhasa Apsos, were best friends and inseparable. A photograph of only Harry sitting next to an empty bed is heartbreaking and emotional. 



George has been gone from the family for over a year, but Harry still sits next to the bed where he used to sleep with his best friend.

Due to medical reasons, the poor dog had to be put down. Vets determined that he had kidney failure and that euthanasia was the safest and least painful choice. Harry still sleeps in the same place to this day because he wants to hold George in his heart forever. He also realizes that it was never his own bed, so he agrees to leave it alone out of respect and honor for his friend.



“Almost a year later, and he obviously misses George! He now sleeps on the floor to the side of the bed very often, which I didn't realize until I was going through pictures of them both from a year ago and saw the picture I tweeted, which made me realize,” she later added.



It's plain that this pup loves George terribly, and losing a best friend would be extremely difficult for a four-footer. When George died, Harry was by his side in his final moments.


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