Man Adopts Dog With A Fatal Tumor So He Can Feel Unconditional Love Before He Passes

A dog named Thanos was diagnosed with cancer that spread quickly to his head causing a massive tumor to grow.

The poor thing had already been rejected by four different families because taking care of him was a big responsibility.

Photo: Instagram / @luciianokarosas

21-year-old Luciano Karosas, of Berazategui, Argentina, adopted Thanos to make sure that he felt unconditional love during his final days.

“I came out with a piece of my heart in my hand,” Karosas told Portal Amigo Cao.

Photo: Instagram / @luciianokarosas

Karosas took Thanos to the vet to see if there was anything they could do to help the poor animal, but it was too late.

Of course, this would be difficult for anyone to hear, but Karosas made sure that to make the best of the little time that they had.

Even though Thanos had a giant tumor on his head, you wouldn’t know it! The dog loves to play and snuggle just like any dog would.

Photo: Instagram / @luciianokarosas

It can be difficult to accept that your dog or cat has a limited amount of time left on earth. Our hearts go out to all the dogs and owners.

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