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Girl Rescues Dying Dog And Then He Let’s Her Know It’s Time To Say ‘Goodbye’

Even though this homeless dog was too sick to save lots of , Sophiane Nacer still wanted to offer him the simplest ‘end of days’ possible. She vowed that Hippo, an old stray covered in tumors, would only experience love when he left this world.

“Even if it had been only for each day ,” Sophiane, the 19-year-old founding father of Cayleb’s Kindred Senior Dog Rescue, told TODAY, Hippo was getting to have the simplest Judgment Day ever.

Sophiane adopted Hippo and brought him home from the shelter after the 5 day waiting period. The poor dog’s skin was painful to the touch. Sophiane wasn’t sure if Hippo could experience much of anything because he was in such a lot pain.

But all her doubts quickly faded when she saw his tail wag. The sick dog still had hope. He FOUGHT to feel love and happiness before he left this world.

So, Sophiane brought Hippo to Starbucks and purchased him a Puppuccino, the famous chain’s secret menu item that dogs go wild for, which is simply a cup crammed with delicious topping .

The next day, Hippo was still in good spirits so Sophiane brought him to a dog park where he could have some playtime. He loved every minute of it! on the other hand , he had something to mention to Sophiane.

The old dog, suffering yet hopeful, had something he had to inform his new best friend… He was able to go. He was so happy he need to spend that point with Sophiane but he was tired and in pain and it had been time to mention goodbye.

Sophiane had a vet euthanasia specialist come to her home after the dog park. The vet specialist had made him a roasted chicken with sedatives inside. He need to eat his last meal as comfortably as possible with Sophiane by his side, then drift into an easy permanent sleep.

While this story is gloomy in numerous ways, it’s also quite uplifting. A dying dog who would have only known suffering need to spend the remainder of his life, although short, feeling loved and wanted.

May all dogs leave this world feeling loved like this! R.I.P Hippo. You were a really good boy!