I had Hanna when she was a little baby, about 15 years ago. When I first saw her, I fell in love. It's her eyes that make you want to hug her all day. She was actually a rescue dog. At the time, I was living alone, so she was my everything, my buddy, my company, my kid.
She used to jump all over the bed, which she loves to sleep in with me! Her favorite room in the house is the kitchen. When I first started dating my wife, I used to take Hanna with me because my wife couldn't resist her eyes - she loved Hanna and I took advantage of that! I believe without Hanna, I wouldn't be with the beautiful woman I call my wife.
We have another small dog, but no one can take Hanna's place. The special bonding we have with Hanna nothing can replace. Her love for us and our love for Hanna is irreplaceable.
The day the doctor told me that Hanna has cancer, I couldn't control myself. I broke into tears. My wife and I do not have any children - Hanna is our baby. We cried for days, holding Hanna in our arms. Even though Hanna has slowed down quite a bit, she is still very playful and always willing to beg for food - she's one tough dog.
We depleted our savings on Hanna's treatment. When we learned about Dogslife, it gave us hope. When I got the call from Dogslife saying our grant had been approved, I got choked up and could not talk. I did not have the words to thank them. It was like words from an angel. Dogslife is made up of good people doing good things. We could not imagine watching our baby die slowly and painfully. Thank you, Dogslife, from the bottom of our hearts for the grant and saving our child. May God bless you all.
- Uttam Roychoudhury