Dogs are usually common in burial ceremonies because they scavenge on food thrown away by mourners.
They usually roam in kitchens, dinning tents, disposal bins and places where utensils are washed in burials.
But things appear to be different in a photo which has emerged on internet.
The photo taken by anonymous person show dogs sleeping below a table where a casket has been placed.
The four dogs of different breeds are comfortable around the whole scene as many people can be seen standing at the background.
Dogs are not commonly seen around the coffins and this has elicited mixed reactions.
Kenyans are guessing that they were paying tribute to the dead person who might have been taking care of them well.
While some have said that dogs usually mourn, others have joked that they were the real mourners in the particular burial ceremony.
Ken Biomdo: Don't get me wrong, but I think dogs are smelling something and they think it's gonna be a party.
Avril Dichol: Dogs are just amazing, ours barked the whole night when my dad passed on and was found dead the following morning.
Alex Kipchumba: They say feed a dog once and it will never forget you for the rest of its life. Feed a human being and they will forget you the moment they step of you doorstep.
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