Vietnam War veteran John Vincent is 96 years old. The veteran lived alone and did not have his family. All he had was his beloved dog named Patch. In fact, he almost never did something without his lovely dog. He took Patch even while driving his Harley. The funny part is that the dog also had small glasses for such trips. When the old man was taken to the hospice, there was no one to leave the dog with since both the dog and the owner had only each other.
The dog was temporarily moved to an animal shelter. Soon, shelter staff were notified that John was running out of time. The old man made the last request. He was just looking for Patch and wanted to hug him one last time. “When we learned of this, we immediately agreed. We decided to do our best to make this meeting happen. ” said the Animal Welfare director.
Patch’s last meeting with John was very touching. “Yes, it’s me, it’s Dad” said John. Patch immediately started licking his face, – Nice to meet you? Nice to meet you. The animal shelter posted a picture of John and Patch’s last meeting on Facebook. It was a touching farewell.
“What a touching moment! They were so happy to see each other and say the last goodbye. It was an honour to grant the veteran’s last wish,” said Danny. Patch was returned to the shelter. But he was not alone. He has already found a new owner. Let us know your thoughts on this touching story and do not hesitate to spread it out to your friends and family on social media.