This is the story of how caring about the fate of others saved a woman.
Every action has its consequences. But when you do something good, you never know how it will return to your life. This is a story about how concern for other people’s fate saved the life of a woman named Lauren Gauthier.
A woman volunteers with Mission Beagle & Hound Rescue. If not for her, dozens of animals would simply die.
A dog named Victoria is one of the woman’s wards. Lauren did everything to give the emaciated animal a second chance at a happy life.
However, after some time, Lauren suddenly noticed that Victoria began to behave strangely with her.
A small red spot appeared on the woman’s nose, which she mistook for an ordinary pimple. However, Victoria continued to sniff out this place, and then Lauren became alert …
It turned out that a small red dot, similar to simple inflammation, is a type of skin cancer. Fortunately, the timely visit to the clinic allowed Lorraine to have the operation on time.
It is terrible to imagine what consequences this tumor could have had if Victoria had not discovered it.
Lauren thinks this is how Victoria thanked her for saving her life and for giving her a home.
Fortunately, Lauren’s health is not in danger today, and she feels great.
Dogs see right through us.