After a hijacked truck rammed into pedestrians on a crowded shopping street last week, makeshift memorials began to appear at the spot in remembrance of those who died. But Markus Krantz, who lives nearby, noticed that Iggy seemed to have been overlooked.
"I saw no one put a flower or lit a candle in the place where the poor dog was killed during Friday's attack," Krantz wrote in a post online. "So we gave him our own little memorial. The collar belonged to my first dog, Ebba, who passed away this summer."
The touching tribute initially included candles and some dog treats, as well. But from there, it quickly began to grow.