One of the most popular employees of the Hoy program is undoubtedly Maryfer Centeno, who began her public career as a body language expert on the morning show.
Currently in collaboration with Televisa and Imagen Television in addition to her YouTube, TikTok, and Twitter channels, making her one of the most famous members.
However, a few days ago he stopped sharing videos because, as he shared on social networks, his pet “Yorkie” died after several days in the hospital.
On September 14 last year, Maryfer Centeno had to take her dog “Yorkie” to the hospital because he had been sick for several days and asked her followers for prayers for her pet.
“Yorkie” came to life Maryfer Centeno When he married, he was like a son to the graphologist and her husband. According to the famous woman, a few days before he was admitted to the hospital, he became very angry, so much so that it was thought that he had become ill because of it.
A few hours later he mentioned: “I spoke to the doctor, the tremors are gone, they are hydrating him and we just have to wait until he gets better. Why does he have to get better? “Yorkie” it is magic. “I ask for further prayers.”
And although his pet showed improvement when he ate and was stable for a few hours, his condition worsened: “It’s the worst pain I’ve ever felt, but I wouldn’t take these eight years by his side for anything exchange. Please ask. “May God stop him.” Let the doctors do the same.
Maryfer Centeno shared with her followers that she was praying in hopes of a miracle: “I ask you to pray for ‘Yorkie.’ My husband and I are devastated by our little dog’s health, he is in the hands of the best doctors and we are hoping for a miracle that I can return home healthy.”
What did Maryfer Centeno say about her loss?
However, last night she said she was feeling a little calmer after several stressful days: “We are at home and we are asking God for a miracle or for rest. I feel at peace. Thank you all.”
Finally, a few hours ago, Maryfer Centeno He told his followers: “’Yorkie’ is already in heaven. Thank you all. I’m good for him and for Carlos. He made us a family.”
“We will keep going and not give up. The best eight years of my life, I can assure you that it was very lucky that I never suffered, I only knew the beauty of life. Rest in peace.” “Yorkie Marin Centeno,” No “I give up, I keep working. There is a lot of fighting to do,” wrote Maryfer Centeno.