Finding solace when one is experiencing deep sadness, especially when one is grieving the loss of a loved one, may frequently be challenging.

But Mara José Sáez Orte, who was grieving, found solace in her.


Orte was very upset one day as she went to the final resting site of a dear friend who had lately gone away. But soon after she had knelt at their tomb, sobbing, a figure came to comfort her.

It was just any dog. He had come to give a loving paw as well as his warm presence.



In his post, Orte said, “Today, I went to say goodbye to the person I loved the most… and this puppy appeared.”

Here is a video of that incident:

@cotesaurio9hoy fui a despedirme de la persona que más he querido porque yo también decidía irme y llegó este perrito 🙁

♬ Home – Edith Whiskers




Numerous readers who read about this meeting after Orte posted it online called the dog his “guardian angel,” and perhaps they were correct. It appears like Orte needed the visit the most at that particular time.

Orte left the pup that day, but he remained in her thoughts. When she returned to the cemetery to look for him, she discovered that the dog had his own “guardian angels.” He was apparently originally a stray but is now being looked after by staff members who feed and shelter him.


Sadly, not much else is known about the dog. However, it’s likely that Orte was neither the first nor the last person the compassionate dog consoled.


Source: The Dodo

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