Man’s kind gesture driving over 1,000 miles helped dying owner reunite with his beloved dog

A woman living in Burnsville learned that she had very few days to live and decided to spend her last days with her beloved dog in Washington.

But soon she discovered that she couldn’t take her dog with her as the airlines didn’t let the dog because of respiratory issues.

So the woman had no choice but to leave her dog Bailey in a vet clinic. Soon Bailey was taken care of by a foster family. Ryan and Shakopee were good foster parents for the dog. And they made up their minds to support the ill woman as much as they could.

Ryan took the dog and drove 27 hours to reunite the woman with her dog. When they reached Ryan couldn’t witness the touching reunion as the woman was in a hospital. But he was satisfied that he let the woman spend her last days with her beloved dog.

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