They adopt a dog with terminal cancer and make his last months of life the happiest

Roosevelt was a bulldog with heartbreaking eyes and very lonely. His owners had dropped him off at Chicago Animal Control, with a note justifying his abandonment.

When Kelly Michael and Sarah Lauch met him, they were devastated by the despondent and heartbroken dog. They wanted to drive him out of the sorrowful place in that cold prison as soon as possible. “I watched him relax quietly in his cage while all the opposite dogs barked and jumped to urge my attention. He looked so sad and tearful,” Sarah wrote on Facebook.

“His teeth were totally crushed, probably from eating rocks or trying to flee from his cage. We felt so helpless and sad for him. We immediately tried to seek out a family for him in order that we could get him out and obtain him healthy,” she added.

Fortunately, with the help of the organization “One Tail at a Time,” they were ready to take him home. He didn’t skills comforting it's to be hugged.

Unfortunately, when Roo was examined by a veterinarian, he was diagnosed with end-stage bone cancer and had only a couple of months to measure. Faced with this dire situation, they decided to offer her a true family and make her last days the happiest. Roo would accept Kelly until the top of her days. Roo doesn’t know that he's sick, so he acts sort of normal dog.

They spoiled him. he's very happy! They decided to compile a bucket list for Roo. They fully met these requirements: he was swimming in the lake for the first time. He ate frozen desserts, received therapeutic massages, and even visited the Eroded Taco Bell. The list is endless and Roo enjoys every treat as if it were the last time.

Maybe his time is limited, but love is unlimited. For these supportive girls who adopted him, Roo has become a life lesson to cherish every second. that's why they need made the hashtag #LiveLikeRoo (Live like Roo) viral, created a page as well as his name thereon, and therefore, the effect on the networks has been overwhelming. “People have sent me direct messages and fans have invited us to their lake house. Now all the owners do things with their dogs.” Resting is a bit like a cute baby.

Sarah said that while they struggle to be positive about Roo, they know that the top of the journey won't be easy. In the midst of a heartbreaking prognosis, they found the gorgeous part. AndTherefore, the best thanks to face is to give her a lot of happiness in her last days. This is what true happiness seems like .

“Even if we've known him for such a brief time, the mere thought of getting to place him down at some point makes us cry.”
“Although Roo is merely a couple of months old, we hope that #Live Like Roo will inspire everyone now and forever,” Read the Facebook page.

You can see during this tribute how Roo enjoyed every second of his last days. It’s hard to not cry!

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