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    • Aida Lin

      This is the sweetest picture I’ve seen lately. We all know how strict hospitals can be about anything out of the ordinary, but one hospital made an exception — and it made a world of difference to a dying woman. Those who don’t have animals probably don’t understand. There’s a special kind of love that develops between pets and people. I know that if I were dying, I’d like to be surrounded by my furry friends.

    • Maria Alchemical Chaplets

      In the last days of this lady's life, the hospital allowed her cat to come for visits. Major props to the hospital! Now this is true compassion! If only more hospitals could be this way! The lady looks so happy snuggling with her kitty!

    • WorldsWaiting

      Doing the rounds on French Facebook: a hospital allowed a woman's beloved pet accompany her for the last few days and hours of her life. Animals really do leave a smile on our face & foot prints on our hearts forever and can possess the power to heal, being in company and avoiding loneliness is not limited to fellow human interaction.

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