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Horse cries at the funeral of the deceased owner

As the horse Sereno mourned for its deceased owner, many people couldn’t help but feel moved. This horse was extremely miserable, he let loose long curls then rubbed his head in the coffin as a farewell.

At the start of the new year, 34-year-old Wagner de Lima Figueiredo unfortunately had a catastrophic accident while cycling along a beach in front of town. Wagner’s car lost the steering wheel and crashed into a motorcycle, leaving Wagner seriously injured.

Wagner was taken to the hospital emergency room shortly thereafter, and underwent two critical surgeries, but ultimately died of his injuries.

Friends and family were astonished and sorrowful at Wagner’s sudden death. They helped him with a solemn funeral, and Wagner’s brother Wando de Lima brought Sereno, a “ friend ” Wagner loved so much during his lifetime, to see him go for the last time. Tuesday in Paraiba, northeastern Brazil.

Chú ngựa khóc thương trong đám tang của người chủ vừa qua đời

Wando de Lima brought Sereno the horse, “a friend” Wagner loved so much during his lifetime, to see him go for the last time. (Photo: Caters News Agency)

No one there could have imagined that this horse would notice the tragic situation at this point, but they were wrong, Sereno felt the loss completely.

The faithful horse rested his head on the coffin then let out a long moaning moan. He also repeatedly kicked his feet on the ground and shook his head up and down as a casket keeper read the eulogy.

Chú ngựa khóc thương trong đám tang của người chủ vừa qua đời

He also repeatedly kicked his feet on the ground and shook his head up and down as a casket keeper read the eulogy. (Photo: Caters News Agency)

“This horse is everything to Wagner, as if he knows what’s going on and wants to say goodbye. During the whole journey, we took him to the cemetery, the horse howled and trampled on the ground incessantly… ”, shared De Lima, Wagner’s brother.

It really is a very heartbreaking moment, according to those who knew them, Wagner and Sereno horse have a very close relationship with each other.

This amateur cowboy has performed with Sereno in a horse show for 8 consecutive years. He has also won dozens of tournaments and received numerous cash awards for his good collaboration with Sereno. At the same time, Wagner also works as a secretary in the local government.

In November last year, he also posted a photo of himself taken with Sereno with the caption: “My horse, my friend”.

Chú ngựa khóc thương trong đám tang của người chủ vừa qua đời
Wagner de Lima Figueiredo posed with Sereno. (Photo: Caters News Agency)

“My brother is an avid horseman and has a great love for his horse. Sometimes he could stop buying things for himself to make sure he had enough money left to buy horse feed, ”De Lima remembers fondly.

Wagner once said that many people offered to buy back his Sereno, but he refused to sell it, regardless of whether they paid him a price.

This story was then shared on social media with a touching clip about this faithful horse.

“Seeing how the horse behaves is amazing. If I hadn’t seen it with my own eyes, I wouldn’t believe it.

As we brought the coffin past the senders, (Sereno) seemed to cry and realized that our master had finally left it. He used his hooves to hit the ground and moaned nonstop. It looks very sad. “shared a close friend of the Francielio Limiera family.

Chú ngựa khóc thương trong đám tang của người chủ vừa qua đời

Sereno lingered around his master’s coffin forever. (Photo: Caters News Agency

According to Marcelo Servos, a veterinarian for the Brazilian Equestrian Federation, who has looked after horses for 20 years, a horse can perceive and mourn the death of its man. love.

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