A dog who died 100 years ago still receiving stick gifts on his monument.

Rex was the loved pet of his owner and, they even didn’t separate after their death. The loving dog rests next to John in the Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. He was the “American Hachiko” who always loved his owner, forever!

The grave consists of a life-size bronze copy of Rex as a tribute to him made by the residents.

It seems people leave sticks on Rex’s monument because of either a lost or sick pet. What a way to be remembered.