A dog who died 100 years ago still receives stick gifts on his monument.

Have you ever seen someone still receiving gifts after 100 years of their death?

This story is about Rex, a wet-nosed dog. Dogs are some of the most loyal and intelligent pets you can have. Rex was a dog that died more than 100 years ago. The fact is that the residents of the city remember Rex, the dog who was John Snow's pet.

Rex was a beloved pet of his owner. They even remained together after their deaths. John and Rex are buried in Brooklyn's Green Wood Cemetery. He was known as the American Hachiko, who loved his owner forever.

As a tribute, the residents made a bronze replica of Rex in his grave.

Twitter recently shared a photo of his grave. It shows that people still leave small branches and sticks next to his grave. Many people viewed the viral video, and the most common question they had was, "Why are people doing that?"

Later, someone from Brooklyn commented and said that the sticks were a tribute to a special breed of dog their grandparents told them about.

Residents who have lost pets can also visit Rex's grave and place sticks in his bronze feet to ask for help. To take care of their beloved pets until they are reunited with them! I hope he's doing a great job with the loving pets in heaven. Rest in peace, Rex! They will always love you!