Some pet owners are used to coming home from work to find their furry pets waiting for them. In this case, Roman, an optometrist in Chicago, Illinois, is the boss of a medium-sized transportation business.
Because his dog Toby is usually waiting for him there when Roman gets home from work, he frequently glances through the window.
This endearing and reliable pattern persisted for eleven years.
Roman, however, just came across an extremely difficult circumstance. Toby, his loyal dog of many years, passed away.
The content dog that had previously been waiting for him has vanished from his window.
Roman still automatically glances up at the window when he gets home from work every day, even after Toby has been gone for a while. He will no longer be able to view his beloved pet at his window, thus it was all in vain.
14 years ago, when Toby and his dog first met, he was just 2 years old.
Toby’s excrement in Roman’s living room when they first met made Roman assume Toby was a brat. At initially, the two did not get along.
Smart Toby is an extremely loving canine. He frequently engages in nasty and deceptive behavior in an effort to catch Roman’s eye. Roman bemoans this and regularly fights with Toby over trivial matters.
Roman’s fiancee finally persuaded him to let Toby go, telling him to “just treat Toby like a human child.
As a result, Roman attempted to modify his behavior around Toby, but he was unprepared for the dog to respond similarly, as if he knew.
After some time, Toby and Roman grew close, and their bond transcended beyond that of a man and his engaged woman.
Roman divorced his soon-to-be wife a few years later and handed the house to Toby because he couldn’t stand to live without her.
Only Toby has remained by Roman’s side throughout the years as his friends and family have changed.
Roman never felt lonely because of his years with Toby.
As an optician, Roman typically puts in 8 to 10 hours per day. Toby eventually realized how routine his workday was.
He would lie by the window and wait for Roman to come home from work.
Toby leaps with joy as soon as he sees Roman’s automobile arrive. Then, while waiting for Roman to open the door, he bobbles his head.
Toby would be equally content if Roman disappeared for a little period of time and then reappeared.
Every year, during the days and nights of spring, summer, fall, and winter, the waiting has persisted.
Toby waits for his master to return home every year.
Toby is a great dog in Roman’s eyes and will never be replaced. He gets along with people well and is friendly, particularly to children.
Unfortunately, Toby had dilated cardiomyopathy, was unwell, and had undergone a lot of operations. He underwent three substantial surgery before being diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and renal failure in October 2018.
Toby’s physique had gotten so weak by February 2019 that he could no longer swallow.
Roman and his buddies bade Toby goodnight since they didn’t want him to go through any more suffering. He made the decision to take Toby for euthanasia at the vet.
Toby has been thought to be dead for a very long time.
Roman’s tendency to stare out the window, nevertheless, was unavoidable. He had the impression that Toby was always there and never absent.
Toby bought Roman the finest friend anybody could want for in an effort to make his life as happy and colorful as possible. Toby resembles every other fuzzy baby in this region quite a bit. Despite the fact that they can cause problems, they remain a buddy.
They progressively develop into our closest friends and, in some cases, even our family.