Sometimes, our pets can feel things much more better than we are. Animals alwas have stronger feelings than we are in everything. And when we want to say goodbye to someone or something, they can show us that this is not the end. That we should not give up yet.
These two doggies rescued one tiniest life. When the human parents were exhausted and did not believe in happy end, they decided to show that it really can be. Two adorable doggies felt that their newborn human owner already needs their paw and their help. This is a real miracle.
Meet Gracie and Grumpy. These amazing basset hounds refused to leave their dying human sibling’s side after doctors informed her family that she didn’t have much time left to live. “It was really nice,” their mom, Mary Hall, a Deluth, Minnesota native, told ABC News.
“It brought us a lot of comfort to have them [there]. But by the end of the first day, you could see they were stressed out and depressed. Normally, they’re very happy-go-lucky. We knew they could sense there was something wrong.” Nora Hall was only five months old when she died in May 2nd.
After suffering a stroke on April 6th, and spending three weeks at the hospital. The stroke affected both sides of her brain. It caused irreparable damage. The eight year old family dogs loved Nora as soon as they saw her. “Gracie, especially, took on the role as second mother,” says Mary.