This teacher’s pupil sent her an adorable letter after her dog was put to sleep
Prepare to have your heart warmed.
A teacher in Scotland whose dog was put down received a heart-warming letter and poem from one of her pupils expressing his sympathies.
“To Mrs Dunne,” the letter starts.
“Sorry if you don’t like it or it makes you emotional.”
Mrs Dunne’s dog Charlie was only 18 months old when vets discovered he had an inoperable tumour pressing on his heart, and put him down.
Inside the boy’s letter was an acrostic poem, in which the first letter of each line spelled out the name of her beloved golden retriever.
“Happy, I bet your dog was always happy,” he continued.
On the next page, the boy, named Callum, had drawn a bowl of sweets.
Mrs Dunne’s daughter Lucie said she had been stressed about going back to school after Charlie was put down.
“She was so grateful for it, especially after being so nervous about going back into work after the weekend.”
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