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Family Gives Shelter Dog With Inoperable Cranial Tumor the Gift of a Lifetime

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This is a sad and beautiful story. It gives me hope that there are people like this in the world.

Emilio Cogliani

Tuesday (12/29/15) in Houston, TX.

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A Shelter. This 3-year-old dog came into Montgomery County Animal Shelter as a stray today.

A Rescue.Lone Star Boxer Rescue was contacted by the shelter and they agreed to take him into their program immediately.

A Volunteer. He was transported to their vet for further tests. There is a tumor on the inside of his cranial cavity under the bone.

A Foster. It is inoperable and his life expectancy is 2 days. He is now in hospice care.

A Decision-maker. I asked Leisha Stinchcombe, the director of the rescue group, “Why did they pull this dog from the shelter today?” Her response was, “Just to make sure he knows love for a few days.”

A Donation. Groups like this can only exist and do this badass work with our financial help. This dog is 1 of 3 terminally ill boxers…

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Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Christian, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again, available at amazon.com.

4 thoughts on “Family Gives Shelter Dog With Inoperable Cranial Tumor the Gift of a Lifetime

  1. What beautiful words, brought tears to my eyes: “Just to make sure he knows love for a few days.” ❤

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