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Un regalo muy especial para una perra terminal: una pequeña montaña de nieve para que pudiera disfrutarla por última vez

Un regalo muy especial para una perra terminal: una pequeña montaña de nieve para que pudiera disfrutarla por última vez

Última actualización del articulo el día 29/09/2021

Maggie tenía un cáncer terminal que le causaba dolores y su familia llevaba tiempo esforzándose por lograr que tuviera días felices mientras pudiera disfrutarlos. Por eso habían ido de camping con ella, para que pudiera estar en la naturaleza y olisquear todo lo que le gustaba. Comidas especiales y muchos mimos. Lo único que faltaba por regalarle era un poco de nieve, porque a Maggie le encantaba la nieve y estaba claro que ella no podría llegar a las primeras nevadas... así que pidieron ayuda en redes sociales y la respuesta fue inmediata.

En el Salt Lake County Ice Center,una pista de patinaje sobre hielo, se pusieron manos a la obra y este fue el resultado, una pequeña montaña de nieve especial para Maggie:

Nieve recogida de la pista de patinaje con cubos y hasta con una furgoneta para así poder darle a la perra un último día feliz.

Como veréis en el vídeo, Maggie disfrutado de su nieve junto a las personas que más la querían y con tranquilidad...

Ellos, pese a tener el corazón roto por su marcha, saben que le han dado la mejor vida posible, hasta el final. Y eso es lo máximo a lo que las personas perrunas podemos aspirar.


We said goodbye to our sweet Maggie Bear this morning. We are devastated and already feel the enormous void of her absence. As difficult as the decision to end her suffering was, we are comforted in knowing she departed with grace and dignity. It was important for us to say goodbye in a calm and peaceful manner. Anyone who has gone through this knows it can often be urgent, scary, and stressful for your beloved as well as yourself. We wanted to share in one last weekend filled with paddle boarding (her favorite), food, camping, playing with her ball, more food and belly rubs. Our outing was incredibly bittersweet. Seeing her big brown eyes take in all the stimuli of nature had us doubting our decision. Could we wait another week? Another month? Ultimately, all our bargaining and second guessing led us right back to our want to free her from the pain of her cancer. . Before we departed for our last weekend with Maggie, we had a family dinner to discuss our plans. We discussed how blissfully tired our girl was after a weekend of camping, and how calm she would be for our appointment come Monday. My only lament was wanting her to experience snow one last time, as snow brought her and us so much joy. We tossed around ideas, and upon this discussion Eli put out a notice on Facebook. The response was overwhelming 💖 Salt Lake County ice center in Murray offered up their zam “snow” for pickup Monday morning. . We set our alarm for 5:30 this morning, packed up our camp in the dark, and drove somberly back to SLC. Eli met Tiffany at the rink and loaded up the van with Maggie’s snow. With the help of my mom and her partner, we unloaded the snow and made a throne for our girl to rest in one last time. We are incredibly grateful that our sweet girl spent her final moments surrounded by immense love and comfort. We are absolutely heartbroken, but have found comfort in knowing we gave her the best life and the most gracious passing. Hug your loved ones extra tight for us tonight ✌🏽💗🐾 . . . #happytailsslc #maggiessnow #greatestsnowonearth #saltlakecountyicecenter #utahparks #lapoflove #myhappyplace #dogwhisperer #adogslife #mountaindog #adventuredog

Posted by Happy Tails Dog Hiking on Monday, September 27, 2021


Una perra querida hasta el final. Descansa en paz, Maggie.


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