Abandoned Pit Bull With Terminal Cancer Gets Royal Treatment

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There are all kinds of people in the world, and some of them are not the best kind. Some of the people in the world are the kind of people that give their dogs up and their cats up simply because they no longer want them. There are always people forced to give up their animals for one reason or another, but many of them are not looking to do so and cannot stand doing so. But then there are those who simply abandon their animals for terrible reasons. One such reason is that a dog is not what they want.

The Pit Bull in this video is one that has had a rough life. He was abandoned. He has no back legs. He went through a lot to get the wheels he uses to help him get around, and his family just ditched him. One day, he was diagnosed with terminal cancer. It’s the kind of awful story that just makes everyone feel terrible, but this sweet pooch is getting to live it up right now as he is so well taken care of throughout his journey. He will die eventually, but not without plenty of love and attention from those around him.



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