Home Depot Employees Build Custom Made Cart For Cancer-Hit Dog
Dog lovers must be on a high with this news. A dog, suffering from cancer, has been gifted a specially made wagon to take him around. The hand pulled cart has been designed by a few Home Depot workers.
Though, this may be something unique here but in many parts of Asia such carts are actually seen in abundance. Nonetheless these wooden wagons are not used to carry dogs, but for many other purposes.
For the last twelve years, this beautiful dog that is now 15-and-a-half-year old has been a permanent companion of its owner Risa Feldman.
To be true, its owner had rescued him some twelve years ago. The pooch was diagnosed with bone cancer and doctors had claimed that it will survive for another two to six months. His owner says that the dog actually loves its walks along Manahattan Beach, California. She says that he specially loves bacon that she gets for him almost every day.
While talking about her cancer-stricken pooch she says, â€œHeâ€™s so happy to watch everybodyâ€¦Itâ€™s his favorite thing to do. Heâ€™ll lay there in the sun.â€
As the poochÂ cannot walk properly due to cancer in its hind legs, Feldman approached Home Depot to see if they could make Ike a cart to get around in. An employee, Ernesto Moran, told her heâ€™d give her a call once he has a for sure answer. Moron told ABC, â€œI offered to build this for her and let her know that itâ€™s something that Home Depot offers â€” giving back to our customersâ€.