Bobby is a three-year-old resident dog in the municipal cemetery of Roca, located in the province of Rio Negro, Argentina. Apparently, his loving owner’s leaving had a significant influence on him, but the dog demonstrates that not even death can separate him from him.
Since then, he has accompanied the gravedigger, Daniel Cisterna, every day in the afternoons and has become his greatest friend, comrade, and protector.
Daniel stated to Rio Negro:
“Its owner died three years ago, and he has never left the cemetery since.” He stayed since his master was laid to rest here.
Bobby has his own small graveyard house. He opted to stay with the employees after arriving at the funeral of the most significant person in his life. Days passed, and his family went hunting for him, but Bobby did not change his decision and remained at his best friend’s grave.
«The small dog remained still on top of its owner’s grave, refusing to go. He was placed aboard a truck, but he escaped and returned to his master’s grave. He does not want to leave; he wishes to be with his master ».
Despite their best efforts, her family opted to keep the dog; after all, it was what they most wanted to do.
Although there are more dogs at the cemetery, the gravedigger says Bobby’s loyalty, faithfulness, and unconditional love have impacted him much.
“I was captivated by his love for his master and his faithfulness; it was something I had never witnessed before.”
Both have formed a wonderful connection, and since Daniel’s arrival to the cemetery, Bobby has accompanied him to do all of his tasks.
When Daniel performs a funeral, the dog settles down next to the bereaved family and observes the ceremony.
“It appears that he is aware of his suffering.”
People are affected by the dog’s gesture at the end, and they inquire about him, pet him, and he becomes a type of emotional therapist. Daniel ends up telling people about the puppy’s emotional past, and many are astounded by his devotion to his owner.
Bobby is constantly at his side, like any buddy would be, whether the guy needs to bury, tour the cemetery, or mend some graves. He comes to the door to meet Daniel every time he hears his motorbike, and when he goes, he follows him to the exit and returns home.
But the most astonishing thing about Bobby is that he has constructed a character that touches people when it comes to funeral services.
They occasionally inquire as to how the dog survives in the cemetery, but Bobby is fortunate in that he has a sponsor who takes care of all of his requirements. Adriana Carrasco is in charge of delivering food to Bobby and the other dogs in the area on a weekly basis.
Adriana is an animal enthusiast, and she and her siblings spend some of their time feeding and caring for abandoned dogs.
Adriana has visited the cemetery on a regular basis since her mother died in 2008, and has therefore met the dogs who dwell there. The woman keeps in touch with the gravedigger Daniel, inquiring about the dogs and entrusting him with informing her if they want any assistance.
Many people wonder why Bobby doesn’t have an adopted family, but the truth is that the cemetery is his home.
Adriana had this to say:
«The dog decided to live in the cemetery, and here is their home; they have enough of love, food, and veterinary care. They’re doing nicely here.
Bobby will continue to fulfill his job as an emotional therapist for everyone who needs it, and he will continue to show his unwavering commitment.