In Dallas, Texas, a four-year-old Siberian husky found as a stray with a massive growth on her head and face captured the hearts of thousands. Found with an invasive tumor covering her face, eyes and invading into her mouth, the dog named Serenity by her rescuers, never had a cross thought against anyone despite the obvious neglect leading to her terminal diagnosis.
On Monday morning, Serenity’s battle ended. Dallas Dog – Rescue.Rehab.Reform posted the sad news on their social media page.
“Serenity was an “Angel” that came into my life with a terminal illness. Her ability to forgive and accept could teach some a lesson or two but we will leave that for another post!
Her illness was terminal and we would of paid anything to save her, but sadly that was NOT possible. Her illness progressed and it was time to say goodbye, it was time to ease the pain and it was time to set her free!”
Everyday since Serenity’s rescue, the happy pooch was spoiled. Despite the best medical intervention, her cancerous condition had progressed too far, however palliative care gave her extra time – and more opportunities to teach all of us we must always be the voice for those who cannot speak.
“…Sometimes you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory. I already miss you Serenity until we meet again you helped teach me the following – Grace, Tolerance and Patience.”
Rest in peace sweet dog.
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