- A man identified with Twitter name Andre Tha Mage has posted an 'obituary' of his dog online
- According to him, the dog which died in 2020 after it got sick has been his loyal friend since 2012
- Andre Tha Mage said it will always be missed as he thanked the late dog for being a good listener
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People often say that dogs are man's best friend. While that could be true, not many talk about how a person feels when they lose their dogs.
A Nigerian man who goes by the name Andre Tha Mage on Twitter has mourned his dog Douglas Brown in a special way.
In an earlier tweet he made on Saturday, August 1, he revealed that Brown took ill as he added a sad emoji to the post.
Six days after on Friday, August 7, Andre said that the dog finally passed away, adding that death brought an end to their "8 years of friendship and loyalty".
The dog owner thanked his late pet for being a good listener to issues he could not tell anyone when it was still alive.
He added that he would also not forget the bite scars Brown gave him as he said that his love for the dog is forever.
The post which has gathered almost 4,000 likes at the time of writing this report also drew diverse reactions from many.
While some were emotional, others were just outright funny. Below are a few of the reactions:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a kindhearted dog was dubbed a hero after helping a blind man walk without tripping over an obstacle that lay in his path.
A police commissioner from Pune City drove Twitter users to tears when he posted a video of the black, fluffy dog doing its act of kindness without caring who was watching.
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The canine beauty was walking with someone who appeared to be its owner and at first, it minded its business until it spotted a blind man coming its way.
The guy was manoeuvring his way through the streets with his cane but had no idea that in front of him, was a log that would either hurt him or trip him.
Luckily, his furry guardian angel spotted the obstacle before him and ran quickly towards it as it tried to get rid of it.
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