They wanted his dog to say goodbye so she would know why her man would never return home…
Mollie has always been loyal to her man, Ryan Jessen (33). She was still with him, but when he was hospitalized for a brain hemorrhage from which he had not recovered, the family took her to his bed to say goodbye.
Michelle Jessen, Jessen’s sister, explained what happened next on Facebook: “The hospital did the sweetest thing for us and allowed us to bring my brother’s dog to farewell so she could understand why her man never came home.” ” If you met my pal, you’d know how much he adored his adoring canine.”
It is never easy to say goodbye to a loved one, but Rideout Memorial Hospital in Marysville, California, was gracious enough to allow a dog named Mollie to bid farewell to her homeowner, Ryan Jessen, on November 30.
Jessen passed away the next day from bleeding into the ventricular brain at the age of 33, according to Michelle’s Facebook post.
Although the video was most likely intended for their immediate friends and family, it touched people all over the world.
The family says they have been “sincerely touched and humbled” by the outpouring of love and support from so many people.
Michelle told everyone that Mollie would be well cared for. “Don’t worry about the puppy! We will keep her !!! She is a family member. “