Camila VillafaƱe

By Camila VillafaƱe

LifeBuzz Staff

Dog Immediately Tries To Comfort Sad Man In Airport.

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A man sat at the airport and he was emotionally overwhelmed. It seemed that luck was not on his side, especially after he got some horrible news the night before. So, when he thought about that phone call he received, he put his face in his hands and started to cry. He couldn't stop sobbing in the middle of the airport, but he didn't care what people thought. No one knew what he was going through. But then, a dog approached him.

Cora The Explorer

Cora The Explorer

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Cora was a corgi, and together with her owner, Madison Palm, the two went on some great adventures together. This was a regular thing for them. But they had only been together for a year. The 28-pound pooch had a horrible past, and much like the man at the airport, who was grieving, no one imagined that Cora would ever be able to overcome what had happened to her.

Coping With The Past

Coping With The Past

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Madison knew that there was a chance that Cora might not be able to cope with what she had gone through in the past. In fact, people warned her that dogs who have had a tough life have a difficult time reintegrating into a happy life. Occasionally, this made Madison wonder if she did the right thing adopting Cora. But when she looked at her adorable face, she cast all doubts aside. But one man caused Cora to deal with her past.

The Truth About Cora

The Truth About Cora

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Cora had the best life ever, but that hadn't always been the case. For the first seven years of her doggy life, Cora was forced to bear puppies at a puppy mill. That type of treatment is tough on any animal, including Cora. After birthing litter after litter of puppies, she was physically and mentally drained. Then, something miraculous occurred.

A Bittersweet Rescue

A Bittersweet Rescue

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Eventually, Cora was saved from her life as a breeder and was taken to a shelter. But she wasn't out of the woods yet. You see, Cora was almost 8, which is old in dog years. Now generally, older dogs don't get adopted because people prefer puppies. In fact, that was the reason why Cora was originally in the puppy mill. So, when dogs aren't adopted, the shelter has no choice but to find a humane way to put them to sleep.

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