Image caption, Mourners read a tribute from Jack's best friend
Mother and best friend of a 10 year old boy killed by a dog both paid a moving tribute at his funeral.
Jack Lis died after the attack on 8November against a house in Caerphilly.
The funeral was read the words of his friend: "Jack, you left too early. I never got to say goodbye to you. Thanks for being a wonderful friend. You will always be in my heart. "
His mother Emma Whitfield said: " It's not goodbye, it's see you later man. "
Red balloons were released as the procession stopped in front of St Martin 's Church in the city center on Thursday.
In a moving read, Jack's mother said: "I 've spent the last 10 years watching you grow up and we have started to see you become an amazing man.
"My heart hurts so much that we won 'I can't see you become this amazing man.
Image caption, Service order included photographs of smiling Jack
Image caption, Jack Lis passed away after being attacked by a dog at a friend's house in Caerphilly
Townspeople lined the sidewalks leading to the church while the words of Reverend Mark Greenaway-Robbins, who ran the service, were played over loudspeakers outside.
The minister referred to a photo of Jack 's favorite car - a Toyota Supra - on his coffin, after the congregation played Start Over by Flame, a song he loved.
A DeLorean was among the high end cars driven through the town and castle before the tribal ute service to the lover of 10-year-old car.
Instead of flowers, the family asked for donations to be made to the 2 Wish Upon A Star charity, which supports those affected by the sudden death of a youngster.
Image caption, A DeLorean car was driven along the street before the service
Legend of the 'image, Jack's family have described him as the "sweetest of boys
An investigation into his death has learned that Jack's injuries were "insurmountable ".
28-year-old woman released on bail after being arrestedRelated to Jack's death in Pentwyn, Penyrheol.
Two men who volunteered for the police to talk about the same offense as the woman were also later released.
They were 34 years old from Mountain Ash, Rhondda Cynon Taf, and a 19-year-old from Caerphilly.
Jack was a student at Cwm Ifor Elementary School in Caerphilly, whose principal , Gareth Rees, said the whole school community had been "shaken by the tragic events ".
His family said he was the "sweetest of boys " and that 'they "would never be the same ".