Getting some comfort and love is one thing that everyone needs during this time. As this pandemic continues, all of us are longing for a break and pure joy within our lives. It may be a hard thing, but everybody should learn to work together and know we are not alone.
Luckily, there are some people and some animals who help us out to cheer us up and inspire us to do even more. If you’re around Manhattan, then, you might be one of the luckiest persons to encounter Buddy.
Buddy, a therapy dog who lives together with his owner Michael Hill, who resides in the city of Manhattan. They used to do volunteer gigs at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. However, with the pandemic happening around the world, this kind of act was put on hold.
Fortunately, Michael and Buddy have re-invented something to help still those people who are in need.
To fill some empty time in their schedules, Michael decided to do some freelancing roles with his Golden Retriever Companion. This idea comes with the dog sniffing out the stressed people, especially the essential workers, while they are walking around their community.
In a short period, Buddy was able to put a smile on the faces of security officials, construction workers, pharmacists, cashier staff, and other crew around the neighborhood. The surprising thing about it is that there comes a time when people are looking and waiting for Buddy to come.
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People have recognized this small gesture of Michael and Buddy and even claimed that it’s a life-changing thing to experience. They were all happy about how Buddy cuddles and comforts them during this tough time. All thanks to Buddy, who’s ready to serve his duty with Michael throughout the day!
But that’s not the only thing that they do! Since Michael has some contact with his former colleagues in the Center, Michael with his Buddy offers their services to these people. How amazing is that?
Surely, everyone needs to relax and get relieved during this time. Buddy is one of the reasons why people usually move forward and keep going within their lives. Together with Michael, they are one of the few people who deeply acknowledge the dedication of the front liners, working during this pandemic season.