Bundles of sticks must be removed from the animal’s burial on a regular basis by cemetery workers. However, they do not object; after all, people give him gifts for a purpose.
Over a century ago, Rex the dog died. Residents of the city, on the other hand, remember a pleasant fruit vendor’s dog. They even erected a full-size bronze replica of the city’s most renowned animal as a monument.
A photo of the dog’s burial was recently shared on social media. It came out that the locals frequently leave sticks and tree branches near his monument. This topic received a lot of attention on social media, and many people were intrigued as to why individuals were doing this.
The sticks, according to someone who commented on the photo, are a monument to a specific dog that grandparents educate their grandchildren about.
Residents who have lost dogs often pay a visit to the dog’s burial. They put sticks in the bronze paws of his duplicate and urge the dog to look after their beloved pets till they see them again.