18 Year Old Blind Dog Meets Her First Person At The Shelter And Refuses To Let Go

18-Year-Old Blind Dog Meets Her First Person At The Shelter And Refuses To Let Go

When a dog is abandoned at a shelter, that is a great sense of loss that the pup feels. It isn’t easy to adjust to living in a new environment and that task is made even more difficult if the dog is old and has health problems. So when this 18-year-old dog finally made a human connection at the shelter, she just knew she couldn’t let it go.

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38 thoughts on “18 Year Old Blind Dog Meets Her First Person At The Shelter And Refuses To Let Go

  1. doug foote

    My wife's toy poodle was blind, deaf, and had cancer but was still the same dog that we had seventeen years before. Her quality of life became so poor that after repeated advice from the vet she was terminated. Never forgotten, always remembered, a beautiful wonderful person.

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  2. See Canon

    We have in the last twenty years raised ten cats and three dogs. All reached full maturity, all but one has died of old age. It never amazes me how after so many years their faces slowly turn white as my hair gets a little whiter. Age, dementia, bladders that leave spots and everything else how humans age sets in only faster. One day they're kittens or puppies the next day faces as white as snow. Where did the time get off to? And then to the vets, a little box or urn and a plaster cast of a paw with a name sketched into it as a reminder of the years we had together. Memories. Love so deep each tear fills a well as the chest tightens with the pain of death. And these idiots gave away their prize? Makes one wonder who the real loser is here. Certainly not the dog.

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  3. truckeemick

    if i live well enough and long enough, then my dogs will be fine as. they never will be given up while i breathe. they are family when you choose to bring them into your life. and family is forever.

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  4. amsterdamsel

    A POX on the family who would abandon a blind, senior companion animal at a shelter. May you experience the pain, suffering and bewilderment inflicted upon this poor sweetheart ten-fold. pheh.

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  5. Tracey T

    Isn’t it just heartbreaking how people can just throw away an animal like they are a piece of garbage? Humans disgust me!!!! Glad that baby’s story ended well!!! ❤️

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  6. Bill Heuber

    I got to hold my 18.5 year Jack in my arms for his last night! It was the worst morning of my life! But I held him close and talked to him and kissed him till he passed! I loved him to his last second! I don't know the families situation but I'd never leave my best friend! I hope this never happens to anyone else!

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  7. Gejor Dominguez

    SO SORRY FOR HER BEEN ABANDONED OLD AND BLIND, I CAN FEEL THE PAIN HE FELT WHEN THEY GET RID OF HER, SHAME TO DO THAT AFTER SO MANY YEARS. GOD BLESS THESE NEW PEOPLE WHO ARE GIVING HER SO MUCH LOVE THANK YOU AND AGAIN GOD BLESS

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  8. Leni G.

    I would gladly give a loving home to a senior dog if veterinary care wasn't so expensive. Just walking through the door costs $100 dollars and senior dogs need a lot of care. I'm on a pension and just can't afford to take care of a dog.

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  9. Jade12568

    I have a14 year old dog. The family just abandoned her on the streets. A rescue got her, and long story short, I now have her. How do people do this, a living , feeling animal just thrown out like trash, because of age. Karma is real people, karma is real!!!

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