Kind Hearted Nurse Turns Her Own Home To Hospice For Senior Dying And Abandoned Dogs
Nicole Coyle, a 46-year-old retired nurse who loves senior abandoned dogs, decided to turn her home into hospice for the senior dogs that are abandoned by their families.
She called her hospice Grey Muzzle Canine Hospice Project, and she just takes in dogs that will die in six months or less. She doesn't just take the dogs from streets, but she also gives them a luxurious life in their final days, she also takes them on the beach to play their and treats them to ice-cream and steak.
Many of her dogs lived longer because of her love and have beaten their diagnosis, she also hopes that dogs' owners stop abandoning their senior dogs. Watch the video above to have more information.