Our dogs and cats truly love us. Their emotional intelligence is really high. When their owners pass away, they are able to sense it and even grieve and miss them.The owner of the dog experienced the same thing, and at his funeral, the dog gave him a heartfelt farewell.
The name of his owner was James William 'Will' Warner. At the age of 22, he was a resident of Shelbyville, Tennessee. Reports state that his attacker left him for dead on the street after shooting him.
His girlfriend was shot, yet she lived despite the terrible wounds. Their family was devastated and shocked by Will's passing. His mother just sagged, like everything had collapsed around her.
His mother described him as "larger than life" and a delightful young man. Samuel Earl Rich, a 25-year-old man, was named as a suspect in the murder by the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department.
Sadly, they had no choice but to bury Will's body immediately after it was found because of the condition it was in. His mother says she wasn't even allowed to select the coffin. They could not say a decent goodbye to Will.
He was interred in Mount Lebanon Cemetery. In addition to paying their final respects and condolences, his friends and relatives attended his funeral.
Ace, Will's dog, was the most tragic sight as he sat on the just excavated burial plot in an attempt to get nearer to his departed owner.
Ace was a "loving buddy and faithful companion," according to Will's obituary. The dog's intense bond with his deceased closest friend suggested that he would never forget him.
Will, I hope you are at peace. Numerous people missed and loved you. Your dog will most likely miss you throughout his life.