Let me preface this story by saying you'll definitely need to break out an insanely massive box of tissues for this one.
Meet sweet Daisy the beagle.
At 13 years old, Daisy lost her ability to walk, and due to her age, she couldn't undergo surgery.
According to MailOnline, Daisy's family decided the best decision for her would be to make sure she wasn't suffering any longer.
One of the family members, Victor Flores, took to Twitter to share Daisy's special adventures on her last day spent on this Earth.
The day was planned out to be all about sweet Daisy.
Victor captioned the series of pictures,
Daisy went for a stroll around the neighborhood in her wagon…
…And when it came time for lunch, a pan of bacon was prepared for miss Daisy.
Dinner was a delicious feast of steak and chicken.
Victor even included a snap of Daisy eating her meal.
When speaking with MailOnline, Victor said,
Victor's tweet about Daisy gained over 99,000 retweets and more than 273,000 likes.
When speaking about Twitter's response to his tweet, he said,
It's said when a pet passes away, he/she can be found going to what's known as the "Rainbow Bridge."
Although the author is unknown, this poem about the "Rainbow Bridge" is really touching and brought me a little bit of solace when I lost my very first family dog.
According to the poem,
The poem continues to say,
At the end of the poem, the important point made is that your pet may be physically absent now from your daily routine, but he/she will never, ever leave your heart.