A few days ago, Alec Karcher, AKarchh on Twitter, shared a story about his dog and Burger King that reached thousands of people’s hearts.


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Two months ago Cody, a 10-year-old dog from Ohio, was diagnosed with cancer. “He was given about 1-3 months to live depending on how fast the cancer spread,” his owner Alec Karcher wrote on Twitter. “My family and I were heartbroken by the news, but we decided we wanted to try and make the last part of his life the best we could.”

And they did. Besides much attention and love, the family also gave Cody a cheeseburger a day to make it easier and more enjoyable for him to take his many medications.

One day they stopped at Burger King to get the daily treat and one of the employees nicely asked why they were getting a plain cheeseburger.

“We told her Cody’s story. She immediately asked us to wait for a second after she gave us our food,” Alec shared. No one knew where the girl went. “A few minutes later, she returned after talking to her manager. She asked us for a name, and said that the rest of the cheeseburgers for Cody would be free at their location.”

“I can’t explain how much that means to us, and my family and I are beyond appreciative,” Alec wrote.

Even though it’s so heartbreaking to know that Cody is sick, it’s nice knowing that he’ll be getting treats he loves for the rest of his life.

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Two months ago Cody, a 10-year-old dog from Ohio, was diagnosed with cancer

This owner Alec shared the story on Twitter

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He wrote about Cody’s sickness and about the nice gesture by Burger King

He wrote: “About two months ago, my 10-year-old dog name Cody, was diagnosed with cancer. He was given about 1-3 months to live depending on how fast the cancer spread. My family and I were heartbroken by the news, but we decided we wanted to try and make the last part of his life the best we could. Every day since we found out, we’ve gotten him a plain cheeseburger to eat with his many medications to make it easier and more enjoyable for him. Today, when we stopped at Burger King to get his daily burger, one of the employees nicely asked why we were getting a plain cheeseburger, and we told her Cody’s story. She immediately asked us to wait for a second after she gave us our food. A few minutes later, she returned after talking to her manager. She asked us for a name, and said that the rest of the cheeseburgers for Cody would be free at their location. I can’t explain how much that means to us, and my family and I are beyond appreciative. S/o to the employees at the Burger King on Alexis Rd in Toledo, OH for being the best around.”

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