When they learned of his condition, Sarah and Kelly decided to give Roosevelt happiness for his last months.
It is truly impossible not to be moved by reading the story of Roosevelt. He was a beautiful and very sweet little dog who, after being abandoned by his former owners, discovered he had terminal cancer. He had only a few months left to live, and some kind people decided he shouldn’t have spent them in the cold box of a shelter.
When it was too much elderly and began to present gods Health problems, the people who were supposed to look after this little dog thought about letting him go.
They took him to Chicago Animal Control, leaving a note written that theoretically was supposed to justify his abandonment. In the aforementioned note it was written that the dog had problems urinating.
Roosevelt suffered greatly from this trauma. So much so that it is slumped in a corner of his stall and he hasn’t moved anymore. While all the other canine hosts barked and jumped, he did nothing but cry in its corner.
A day, Kelly Michael And Sarah Lauch, two local girls, entered the shelter with the intention of adopting a puppy. When they saw Roo and got to know his story, they immediately decided to adopt it.
The veterinarian of the refugein addition, he had diagnosed a tumor in the puppy’s bone. Disease that would have ended his life in just a few months.
A happy ending for Roosevelt
Kelly and Sarah absolutely didn’t want that sweet little dog to spend his last days locked in there.
They immediately signed all the papers and brought him home, with one thought in mind, that of making them live better experiences to that puppy for as long as he had left.
Roosevelt was thus able to take his first bath at the needle, her first relaxing massage, she was able to eat her first ice-cream and even his first meal at fast food.
He he didn’t know he was sick and that he would soon cross the Rainbow Bridge. So he behaved like a normal dog, always ready to play and enjoy his adventures.
Unfortunately, in the end, the sweet big dog is gone away forever. All of us, though, will forever be grateful to Kelly and Sarah for bringing him so much happiness. Just see the tribute video made for him to understand the extraordinary work these two young women have done for him.
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