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Retired Nurse Opens A Hospice For Dying Senior Pet Dogs Who Are Dumped Without Love

Retired Nurse Opens A Hospice For Dying Senior Pet Dogs Who Are Dumped Without Love
    Retired Nurse Opens A Hospice For Dying Senior Pet Dogs Who Are Dumped Without Love
    46-year-old Nicole Coyle is a retired nurse that has a special love for elderly, abandoned pets. For many years, she was sad to witness several families discarding their elderly or terminally ill dogs without an ounce of love or treatment. So she made a decision to turn her very own home right into a hospice for these unfortunate dogs.

    Called "Grey Muzzle Canine Hospice Project", this hospice absorbs pet dogs that have only 6 months or much less to live. As a matter of fact, Nicole has used up a large part of her savings in embracing pets who are just days far from being taken down.

    Nicole's crusade doesn't simply stop after adopting unwell pet dogs. She also makes sure to offer the canines an elegant life in their final days. She does not just treat them to steak and ice-cream, however, additionally takes them to lively journeys on the coastline. Thanks to Nicole's steady initiatives, the canines don't really feel unpopular as well as unwanted in their last days.
    Retired Nurse Opens A Hospice For Dying Senior Pet Dogs Who Are Dumped Without Love
    Source: The Grey Muzzle Canine Hospice Project/Facebook
    Much of Nicole's dogs have actually defeated their medical diagnosis and also lived longer under her love and treatment. Nicole is horrified by the reality that lots of elderly or unwell dogs still pass away alone after being kicked out by their family members. She really hopes that such owners begin being more thoughtful towards their pets instead of ghosting them. You can donate on The Grey Muzzle's website right here if you want to contribute towards Nicole's noble cause.

    Click the video clip listed below to view how many lonely, passing away pets are benefited by Nicole's project!
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