the Family Ledgeway from Acomb in York, England lost at the weekend, their beloved 14-year-old dog Sonny, who suffered from diabetes and had a heart beat. The dog died in the father, Jim Ledgeways, arms, when he in the car was on the way to the vet with it.
Shortly after the death of the deceased took his 19-year-old daughter, Lucy, on a car trip with his girlfriend to be ready in the head. Here weeping she was inconsolable, but got suddenly an eye on a picture in a skyformation that looked exactly like a picture the family has of the dog Sonny. Totally randomly drove Lucy and her girlfriend at the same time passing through the area Clifton Ings, where the family used to walk Sonny.
It writes multiple media, including the York Press and The Sun.
The 19-year-old Lucy has also put the story out on both Facebook and Instagram. And on Twitter went the story virally and got more than 100,000 likes. Presented here Lucy a picture of her dog Sonny and a picture of a cloud where she thought she could see his deceased dog.
my dog passed away in my dads arms this morning seconds before setting off to the vets. later in the day we went out to clear our head and I cried to my boyfriend in the seat she died in, just begging for a sign that she's okay. this is what I was blessed with pic.twitter.com/4KVPZnDYDp— lucy (@LLedgeway) June 20, 2020
For Twitter-spread writes Lucy the following:
'this morning died my dog in my father's arms, while he was on the way to the vet. Later, I took a trip with my girlfriend. I wept by the side of my gf, who sat on the seat, where my dog died. I asked for a sign that would show that my dog is okay. Here I was blessed with.'
Thus writes Lucy on the grounds that she had looked up at the sky and could see her dog in the cloud. Then took Lucy a picture of the cloud.
four days ago we started Lucy a picture of himself and his dog on Instagram and wrote the following:
'Sleep well, my lovely girl. I can't believe that you are dead. It feels not true at all. You will be the best friend to all other dogs in heaven. I love you so much. We will meet again.'
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Sleep tight my gorgeous girl I can't believe your gone it just doesn't feel right. You'll make the most amazing friend to all the other dogs in dog heaven I love you so much. Until we meet again
Lucy was also yesterday a post out on Facebook with an article from the british newspaper the Sun, which she has adorned with the seven of hearts.