Pals Blindfold Woman With Brain CancerWhen She Learns the “Medicine” They Produced Her, Shes Ruined!

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Forget bridal and baby showers–PUPPY rains are now officially a act. Quite literally.

Thanks to the Front Street Animal Shelter in Sacramento, who helped arrange a beautiful stun for an unsuspecting cancer patient.

At the age of 28, Courtney was diagnosed with an vigorous species of mentality cancer, and she’s been fighting her duel against the “Big C” ever since.

A big swine fan and passionate for all things Retriever and Labradoodle, Courtney has dreamed for over a year to be rained with pups–so in an attempt to promote her flavours, sidekicks and family decided that making this magic happen would the best medicine anyone could offer.

When they let the Front Street Animal Shelter know about Courtney’s big hope, the shelter couldn’t have been more excited to orchestrate the once-in-a-lifetime surprise.

“When her friends and family reached out to us, “were in” thrilled to make this mystical date happen, ” they shared on Facebook. “At precisely 28, Courtney has been duelling brain cancer for over three years, and we hope that the healing supremacy of puppies has brought her one pace closer to recovery! ”

They blindfolded Courtney and extended her onto an oversized bean pouch, just before secrete EVERY single puppy in the shelter into her forearms for a tearfully sugared cuddle-fest.

Watch Courtney’s beautiful reaction for yourself in the viral video below:

The mending ability of puppies

Woman with mentality cancer astonished with every puppy at our shelter!
For over a year, it’s been Courtney’s dream to be rained with puppies. So when her friends and family contacted out to us, “were in” thrilled to make this supernatural era happen. At exactly 28, Courtney has been battling brain cancer for over three years, and we hope that the mending power of puppies has brought her one step closer to recovery!

Posted by Front Street Animal Shelter- City of Sacramento on Wednesday, January 10, 2018

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