Bonneau was a stray dog in France during WWI, and was adopted by the famous poet John McCrae.
|Bonneau & John McCrae|
John McCrae, the writer of the war poem In Flanders Fields, served in WWI as a medical officer. He worked in the trenches, treating the injured. McCrae loved animals, and his adopted dog Bonneau would accompany him as he tended to the soldiers.
The fate of Bonneau isn’t known.