Two amazing animals reacte to the loss of their guardians – in amazing ways

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In Nebraska, a Schnauzer-Poodle mix named Elvis escaped his new home and was found days later near the church where the funeral of his long-time guardian had been held.

After Judy Gustas died at the end of battle with cancer, Elvis was adopted by a nurse who had cared for Gustas. He was found nine days later, as reported by Omaha.com.

In Italy, a cat has been leaving gifts at his guardian’s grave site every day for the past year, in the form of leaves, sticks, twigs, plastic cups and paper towels. On the day of the funeral, Toldo reportedly followed the coffin from the home to the cemetery.

What more evidence do we need, beyond so many stories such as these two? Animals are special beings and they do not deserve the treatment they receive from too many uncaring humans.