Monday, April 02, 2007

Pet dies & Couple commit Suicide

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Infatuation to any human being is not good, so says the Vedas & Hindus Scriptures. But what would you call to so much Infatuation to your Pet Dog that after his death you are forced to commit suicide!!!!!!!!!!! May be answer lies in loneliness felt by old couples all around the world, when they are forsaken by their own sons & daughters, near & dear ones. Now if one such couple fell in love with their Pet dog, who was with them for 13 years & after the death of their Pet dog, who was their only near & dear one, they were so distressed that they didn't find any meaning to their lives & committed suicide.............

Indeed similar seems to have happened to a couple in Hyderabad city in South India.
Unable to come to terms with the death of their pet dog, an elderly couple here committed suicide by hanging themselves.

The bodies of 67-year-old retired soldier C N Madanraj and his wife, Tarabai, 63, were found on Sunday in their home.

According to the police, the childless couple had held a burial ceremony for their dog of 13 years called "Puppy". They also hosted a feast for friends before hanging themselves in their bedroom.

"The couple described the grief over their pet dog in the suicide note they left on March 29," police inspector V Anantaiah, said.

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