The worst thing about dogs is that their lives are far too short. Some dogs go through joyful and stable lives while others go through hell.
Many people cannot handle sad stories of abandoned dogs that are dying. But this incredible woman puts the pain aside and does fantastic work to give abandoned dogs unforgettable last days
Recently we reported about a young man from Argentina that took in a dog that was abandoned four times for he had a brain tumor and gave him happy last days. This incredible woman does the same for plenty of dogs.
As folks have a hard time dealing with dogs who are at the end of their lives, Nicola Coyle steps up to make sure they spent happy last days. Coyle, a former nurse, established in her home in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, The Grey Muzzle Canine Hospice. In the hospice, she houses and cares for terminally ill, and abandoned dogs so they can have a safe and joyful place to spend their last moments.
Coyle usually takes in two dogs at a time to ensure that each dog gets pampered and plenty of attention. When the vet tells her that a dog has got less than six months to live, she takes it in and dedicates her time to make it happy.
During their time in the hospice, Coyle takes them out to have a steak at the local pub and even to McDonald’s. She always celebrates her fosters’ birthdays even though there are cases in which she doesn’t know the exact date.
She believes that every dog has to celebrate at least one birthday in its life. The canine lover takes them to the beach and gets them some fish and chips and delicious ice cream.
Running the incredible hospice comes with lots of expenses. She spends on each dog around £500. To maintain her outstanding project, she would need help from good-hearted people around the world. You can easily help her by via PayPal by donating to The Grey Muzzle Canine Hospice Project’s- Click here.
And when it times to part ways and say goodbye it doesn’t get easier. Some spend there months and others weeks, but the caretakers form a special bond with them and get attached. Grieving for each dog is the hardest part, but they are heroes, they keep their inspiring work to make more dying dogs’ last moments ones to remember.
Abandoning a dog because its life is about to end is a horrible reason. Instead of doing that you could cherish every moment it has left and pamper it. So when the time has come, you know that you did everything you could to make them happy.What an incredibly brave and selfless deed. Thank you, Coyle and other caretakers for making the world a better place. Follow the project on Facebook to see more inspiring stories.