They Take A Terminally ill Dog To The Sea Before She Dies, She Was Happy Until Her Last Breath
They couldn’t do much for the dog, who was full of tumors and in critical condition, but they promised her that she would be happy anyway.
A foundation called Laika from the city of Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico, soon rescued Noah and gave her the best months of her life, surrounded by love, before she crossed the rainbow to the sky of the dogs, where she now resides. Noah was a rescued dog in very bad conditions, it was a rainy day, she could barely walk because her nails were very long, and she had tumors all over her body.
They save a dog whose body was afflicted by tumors.
The Fundación Laika Protectora de Animales, A.C. claims that this dog was saved from being kept in a small cage on a wet day. With her nails looking like claws, the dog begged and pleaded for aid. What was wrong with her because she was so frail that you could see her bones and those lumps throughout her body?
The group brought her to the veterinarian right away in an effort to help her health, but despite the fact that she had started taking medication, the studies revealed advanced arthritis, renal disease, and heart damage, so there was no solution for her.
She allowed herself to be pampered and loved by the volunteers who, inspired by her courage, lavished her with hugs and attention. She felt loved, and there was plenty of food and water in her saucer.
Before Noah passes away, they take him to the beach.
They told Noah that she would feel loved, safe, and most importantly, accompanied until her next breath despite the fact that they were aware she wouldn’t live for very long due to her terminal condition and arthritis.
“She might not have much time left in this world, but if she does, she will be full of love, joy, and happiness. May her voyage through laika be the best thing that could happen to her after a life of isolation, disease, and captivity.
The dog watched the sunset, felt her body cool off in the sea, and was with those who had shown her that there are people in the world with great hearts who care about small animals.
Noah had to cross the rainbow; they knew he was in pain, so they bade her farewell. The volunteers would have loved to see this small dog flourish, perhaps live with a family and enjoy a more normal existence.
The rescuers saw her draw her final breath before departing for the place where suffering is nonexistent while hugging her and thanking her for teaching them about courage.