Man adopts dog with cancer so he can feel unconditional love in the last days of life. Meet Luciano Karosas, a 21-year-old man who comes from Berazategui in Buenos Aires. He is one of the most kindhearted people you will ever meet. He gave a sick dog who only had a few weeks left to live the best possible farewell gift. He adopted the dog so he could live out the rest of his days with happiness and love.
People can be total assholes, but that is not the reason to lose hope in humans. As long as there are still good people in the world, your faith in humanity will never fade! Just scroll down to read the heartbreaking story below and your faith in humanity will be restored.
The loveable dog named Thanos had a cancerous tumor growing on his head. Taking care of him was too difficult of a task, so his family rejected him. He was then taken in by a number of other families, but they couldn’t care for him and surrendered him at an animal shelter, where he met Luciano.
“I came out with a piece of my heart in my hand,” Karosas told Portal Amigo Cao.
Karosas took Thanos to the vet in the hope that they might be able to operate. Sadly, there was any way to extend his time. The disappointing news would be difficult for anyone to hear, but Karosas vowed to do everything he possibly could to make the most out of what limited time Thanos had left.
“I found it hard to adapt to the idea of how little time we will spend together. I took him to a stem cell veterinarian to see what we could do, looking for a little more hope (which had given him 40 days to live) and told me that there is no treatment that extends that time.”
Even though Thanos was ill and had a giant tumor on his head, he didn’t let it stop him from living out the rest of his life. He loves to play around and cuddle with his owners just like any dog would.
Sadly, Thanos passed away peacefully surrounded by his beloved owner and family. Luciano wished him a ‘good trip’ and wrote on social media, ‘I will love you forever.’ Rest in peace, Thanos!
We applaud Karosas and others who are willing to help animals, especially sick pets so they can live out the rest of their days in love and care.
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