The support of friends, family, and healthcare providers is essential, of course. But we’re not talking about them. We’re talking about a little being that’s a lot smaller, a lot furrier, and, from ear tip to wagging tail, overflowing with joy.
If you’re fighting cancer, the prospect of welcoming a tiny fur baby into your life might feel overwhelming. But as you fight to regain your health, there is nothing like having a little ten-pound bundle of love right beside you.
I spent much of 2019 in bed — suffering the side-effects of chemotherapy or recovering from pancreatic cancer surgery. Almost all of that time, my unofficial “cancer support dog,” a Chihuahua named Ginger, was pressed up against my left side. I can’t say she alone is the reason that I am today cancer-free, but she was a tremendous source of love and support as we battled the disease.
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