Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

2 Years After Her Husky Went Missing, She Learned The Alarming Truth About Microchips.

Howling

Howling

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Her heart was pumping like crazy the second she saw the black car roll up next to her. The sheriff stepped out of the car and opened the back door. In a matter of seconds, her one and true friend came running towards her at full speed. She couldn’t help but burst into tears, and it felt so good. After all, she’d been holding back the pain for one too many years.

Missing You

Her heart was racing fast, and she couldn't do much about it. Not that she wanted to. The situation called for such a response! But she couldn't help but wonder if she was hallucinating or what. It had been two long years. Even though she thought she'd never see him again, she couldn't help but wonder....could that really be him? She made eye contact with her very best friend in the entire world and that's when it hit her. It was him!

A Companion

A Companion

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Californian Kameroun Mares had to learn how to face some difficulties from a young age, as she was diagnosed with lymphoblastic leukemia. Time went on and the cancer had finally gone into remission, but she was left to deal with some horrible side effects. The disease had taken a toll on her emotionally, but she also suffered from hyperglycemia and depression. It suddenly dawned on her: she needed a positive influence by her side! And what could be more positive and fun than adopting a dog?

A Friend

A Friend

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There's nothing more terrifying that hearing your doctor breaking the news. Your whole life flashes before your eyes when you realize you've got the "big C." You feel all alone in the battle, so naturally, being surrounded by a cuddly furry creature who'll walk by your side is one of the best ways to stay positive and healthy. Even petting a dog causes your body to release endorphins. Kameroun had made up her mind, so she started doing some research.

Doing Some Research

Doing Some Research

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But Kameroun wanted to be a responsible dog owner, so instead of bringing back home the first dog she found, she did her research first. She needed an active companion who’d enjoy going on daily runs with her, which is why she was convinced a Siberian Husky would be the right pup for her. She made sure to prepare before bringing her new puppy home, and had even chosen a name for him. But she would’ve never expected to be so devoted to her new friend .

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