I firmly believe that all dogs are wonderful, but some dogs are meant for greatness — like the ones who work with first responders or those who act as therapy animals.
Cora the corgi is one of those really unique dogs. Cora was neglected by her previous owners. According to reports, they fed her scraps and never even took her to a vet.
Madison Palm, 23, rescued Cora in the summer of 2017. Madison could immediately tell that Cora was special. Now, she’s training her to be a therapy dog.
In early February 2018, Madison and Cora were at the airport in Seattle during a layover from Idaho to Alaska. The sweet corgi wandered away from Madison and over to a man, who started petting her right away.
Madison shared the touching story on Facebook:
Cora quietly tip toed away from me during our crazy long layover and plopped herself right next to a complete stranger. He gave her scratches, told her how cute she was, and proceeded to take a photo of her; he also shared with us that he lost his beloved dog the night before. I’ve never had a doubt that Cora can sense those who are hurting and those who need companionship and love. She is a natural born therapy dog in every way. I am so blessed to call her my dog.
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Photo: Facebook / Madison Palm
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