At a certain point, death comes for all of us. And whether or not we've had the time to make our last wish, we must leave our bodies and everything they're a part of. To make these goodbyes easier for everyone, people are organizing truly heartwarming send-offs. Bored Panda has collected some of the most touching funerals, and they will send shivers down your spine.


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From small and personal gatherings to huge public rallies, these ceremonies were everything the deceased would have wanted. But as much as we can honor a person postmortem, it will never come close to what a live interaction can offer them. So, after you scroll down and enjoy our list, pick up a phone and make that call you've been putting away for a while. 'Later' might become too late.

#1 Stray Dogs Suddenly Show Up At Funeral Of Woman Who Spent Her Life Feeding Them

Stray Dogs Suddenly Show Up At Funeral Of Woman Who Spent Her Life Feeding Them

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just a thought! 4 months ago

My aunt's dog refused to eat for three whole days after she died, and we had to make her listen to a recording we had of our aunt's voice to make her eat again...

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#2 4 Year Old Asks For Star Wars Funeral - Parents Deliver

4 Year Old Asks For Star Wars Funeral - Parents Deliver

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Maike 4 months ago

A four year old <3 that is so sad, also the Parents did a spectacular job. If you showed your child like this that you love him, i am sure it was a lucky child.

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#3 What A Beautiful Way To Remember A Cherished Pet

What A Beautiful Way To Remember A Cherished Pet

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shiroi neko 4 months ago

This is the first one that really touched me

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#4 My Father Had Requested A Viking Funeral. I Honored His Request By Making The Boat Myself. Set In His Ashes & Said Goodbye

My Father Had Requested A Viking Funeral. I Honored His Request By Making The Boat Myself. Set In His Ashes & Said Goodbye

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stellermatt 4 months ago

Cattle die, kindred die, we ourselves also die; but the fair fame never dies of him who has earned it.

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