Regrettably, not all animals that end up in shelters have positive outcomes. Several months back, a shelter in North Carolina received the news that Ashlyn, a gentle and elderly dog, had developed cancer.
Despite the sad reality that the little four-legged animal had a short life expectancy, a pilot ensured that her final moments were filled with love.
As Ashlyn sank into a brief period of despondency, she became aware that something was amiss. Upon discovering Ashlyn’s illness, veterinarians noticed that she was so frail that she couldn’t even engage in running or playtime.
Due to the limited time left in the dog’s life and no feasible way for the shelter to transport her quickly, a man intervened and came to the rescue.
Paul Steklenski, who is both the director of Flying Fur Animal Rescue and a skilled pilot, pledged to transport Ashlyn to her destination as swiftly as possible.