Heartbreaking image of the Mexican man grieving the body of his dog evokes fundraising campaigns
Heartbreaking image of Mexican homeless man mourning the body of his dog after being run over and killed, raises fundraising campaign for the destroyed owner
- Raul is known by the locals and is always accompanied by Solovino
- On Monday evening the loyal dog was knocked down by a traveling car in Morelia
- Image of Raul kneeling over his dead pet became viral after it was shared online
- The local population has launched a fundraising campaign to buy food and clothing for Raul
A heartbreaking image of a Mexican homeless person mourning the body of his dog after being run over and killed has led to a fundraising campaign.
The man, who only identified a Raul, was kneeling off the road in the middle of the road sobbing over his dog in the town of Morelia in the western state of Michoacan.
Raul is known among the locals for helping find parking spaces and was always accompanied by Solovino who followed him everywhere.
People have set up online fundraising pages & # 39; s to donate money to Raul after the image of him sobbing about the lifeless body of Solovino, his dog, in the city of Morelia became viral
The burning image of him crying next to his pet on Camelinas de Morelia Avenue became viral shortly after it was posted online.
And when people saw it, they quickly organized fundraising campaigns for the grieving dog lover.
After initially refusing the help of passers-by in his moment of need, Raul eventually allowed several women to help him bury his beloved dog, according to local media.
Raul is known by locals for helping to find parking spaces and was always accompanied by Solovino who followed him everywhere
The fundraising campaign for Raul is meant to buy food and clothing for him.
A local restaurant on Facebook: & We regret the loss of Raul's loyal friend because, despite his difficult situation, he is a very friendly and hard-working person who helps us to park for cars near # the restaurant.
& # 39; Today we do not share advertisements for the restaurant, but we ask for your support. If someone wants to help with food or clothing, whatever you can do to put a smile on your face, then our place is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. for anyone who wants to help Don Raul. & # 39;
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