A dog was rescued when she needed it the most; she was full of tumors and terribly sick, and despite the fact that they couldn’t help her, they promised her that she would be happy.
A foundation called Laika from the city of Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico, soon rescued Noah and gave her the best months of her life, surrounded by love, before she crossed the rainbow to the sky of the dogs, where she now resides. Noah was a rescued dog in very bad conditions, it was a rainy day, she could barely walk because her nails were very long, and she had tumors all over her body.
They save a dog that is suffering from tumors throughout his body.
According to the Fundación Laika Protectora de Animales, A.C., this dog was rescued from a small cage on a wet day, her nails appeared like claws, and she pleaded and implored for aid with a mournful expression. What was wrong with her? She was so thin that you could see her bones and those lumps in her body.
The group immediately brought her to the vet for the struggle she had to improve her health; unfortunately, despite starting her treatment, the fact is that she had no cure; investigations revealed extensive arthritis, renal and heart problems.
She allowed herself to be loved and cared for by the volunteers, who were impressed by her courage and lavished her with hugs and attention. She had enough of food and drink in her saucer, and she felt loved.
They take Noah to the beach before he dies
They knew Noah wouldn’t live long because of the incurable sickness and arthritis, but they promised her that she would be loved, protected, and, most importantly, escorted until her final breath.
“If this is her last time in this world, she will be happy, full, and full of love.” May her voyage through laika be the finest thing that could happen to her after a life of loneliness, disease, and imprisonment.
This canine let her body cool off in the sea water, watched the sunset, and was with those who taught her that there are people in the world who have great hearts and take care of tiny creatures.
The volunteers would have loved to see this tiny dog develop, possibly live with a family and live a more normal life, but Noah had to cross the rainbow; they saw he was suffering, so they said good-by.
The rescuers hugged her and praised her for teaching them about bravery as they watched her take her last breath and then go where suffering no longer existed.