Hace unos años, un perro de raza pomerania llamado Boo saltó a la fama gracias a las redes sociales. El aspecto del can, que parecía sonreír cuando le cortaban el pelo en uno de los vídeos publicados por sus dueños, enamoró a los internautas que le bautizaron como el «perro más mono del mundo». Este sábado, el pequeño Boo falleció mientras dormía debido a sus problemas de corazón.
«Nos ha dejado para unirse a su mejor amigo, Buddy», han dicho sus dueños en Instagram, en referencia a otro pomerania, también mascota de la familia, que falleció en 2017 a los 14 años. Boo, por su parte, tenía 12 años.
Según sus dueños, poco después de la muerte de Buddy, «Boo mostró signos de problemas cardíacos. Creemos que su corazón se rompió literalmente cuando Buddy nos dejó. Aguantó y nos dio más de un año. Pero parece que fue su momento, y estoy segura de que fue un momento muy feliz para ellos cuando se vieron en el cielo«.
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hi everyone! from our family to yours, thank you so much from the bottom of our hearts for all the kind and warm thoughts. reading of everyone's love for our buddy really filled our hearts and made a very difficult time a bit lighter for us. we love our community! over the years we've read countless messages about how our pictures brightened your day or a difficult time in your life, and these past few weeks your messages did the same for us. we miss him everyday, but everyone is doing well. we'll occasionally post old photos of buddy since he will never be forgotten as well as the usual current updates. 🙂 thank you again!!! ❤️❤️❤️
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«Boo trajo alegría a las personas de todo el mundo«, prosigue su dueña, que añade que «es el perro más feliz que he conocido. Tenía tan buen carácter que nunca tuvimos que preocuparnos por su entrenamiento«.
«Boo, te amamos con todo nuestro corazón y te extrañaremos hasta el día en que nos volvamos a encontrar. Diviértete corriendo con Buddy», concluyen.
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Dearest friends of Boo, With deepest sadness I wanted to share that Boo passed away in his sleep early this morning and has left us to join his best friend, Buddy. Our family is heartbroken, but we find comfort knowing that he is no longer in any pain or discomfort. We know that Buddy was the first to greet him on the other side of that rainbow bridge, and this is likely the most excited either of them have been in a long time. Since starting Boo’s FB page, I’ve received so many notes over the years from people sharing stories of how Boo brightened their days and helped bring a little light to their lives during difficult times. And that was really the purpose of all this…Boo brought joy to people all over the world. Boo is the happiest dog I’ve ever met. He was so easy going that we never had to bother with training. He made the manliest of men squeal with delight over his cuteness and made everyone laugh with his quirky, tail wagging personality. Over the years Boo met some super cool people, a lot of crazy talented people, but most of all so many kind people…friends who gave him endless love, people who prioritized his comfort over getting that perfect picture, partners who understood that Buddy ALWAYS had to be included, and last but definitely not least, the amazing doctors, therapists, and staff at Adobe Animal Hospital and Sage Veterinary Centers for the countless hours of care and dedication they poured into Buddy and Boo. I brought Boo home in the spring of 2006 and so started the greatest, most heartwarming friendship of all time. Shortly after Buddy died, Boo showed signs of heart issues. We think his heart literally broke when Buddy left us. He hung on and gave us over a year. But it looks like it was his time, and I’m sure it was a most joyous moment for them when they saw each other in heaven. Boo, we love you with all our hearts and will miss you until the day we meet again. Have fun running around with Buddy and creating adorable mischief wherever you guys go. Thank you to all of you for following along on their silly adventures over the past 10 years. They sure had a LOT of fun. With love and our deepest gratitude, Boo’s humans