A winter-loving, mentally ill dog in Salt Lake City, Utah, has to resurrect her puppy days on her death bed for the last time after her human parents made a snowbank.
One of Maggie’s parents, Eliza Lee Saltzgaber, put out a social media post last Friday requesting a shaved ice machine.
He wrote on Facebook, “Unique request. Does anyone have a shaved snow machine they’ve put away for the season? Our sweet dog passes away from cancer on Monday, we want to make him one last snowbank to roll “
The couple were hoping to collect between 10 and 20 gallons and were willing to pay and pick up on Monday morning.
They had decided to drop Maggie on Monday afternoon.
Following the request, Salt Lake Country Parks and Recreation fulfilled his wish by donating a gallon of ice for the dog.
Sharing photos of Maggie’s final playtime, the amusement park wrote, “Today, our staff shaved off some extra snow, loaded it into cans and buckets, and the owner took the snow home, in Maggie’s backyard. , where he enjoyed it with his family”.
Kendra said, “Sending our love and condolences to Maggie’s family. We appreciate the unique privilege of providing her with a little heaven on earth.”
A pile of snow was spread under a shade for the Magi to enjoy the essence of winter with a prominent signboard ‘Maggie’s Snow’. In the pictures shared by Kendra, Maggie is seen lying on the snow while her parents are sitting by the side, enjoying some time together.
The couple’s social media accounts are flooded with pictures of Maggie on the snow-capped mountains.
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