Hopeless sick dog sells sweet to pay for his chemotherapy treatment

 An animal welfare group that provided the dog with a home and launched a social media appeal for funds to support his medical costs saved the dog.

Social media assisted in the public awareness-building process for "tribilin," a dog from Panama who suffers from sarcoma, a disease that appears in areas close to bones or muscles and calls for treatment. He was rescued in February, according to the Fundación Defensores de Animales de Panamá.

"My name is Tribilin, and I have sarcoma in my face, a sort of cancer.

As a sick dog, don't be frightened to gaze at me "I remarked.

Cute Animls "tribilin" is pictured posing next to a sign that reads "I sell candy to pay for my chemotherapies," which is in line with the Instagram post that reads, "..this foundation rescued me a month in the past, and now i'm finally ready to receive chemotherapies, which can be my utmost desire."

Could you kindly lend me a paw? My tumor has already been medically removed, but it is way too enormous.

His narrative, as was to be anticipated, gained popularity online and resonated with a wide audience.

The dog's post went viral and assisted in raising funds for his treatment and admission to a veterinary facility.

According to the motivation, "tribilin" had finally been allowed to have his first chemotherapy treatment after many days.

He will also stay in the hospital for three days because of his damaged kidneys and the necessity for medicines.

They are waiting for news from the medical professionals, who will decide when he will begin his next round of chemotherapy based on the health of his organs.

A few hours earlier, he received word from his carers that the dog had successfully received his subcutaneous fluids and that everything had gone according to plan. A child and his mother dressed as clowns to perform one last show for their sister before she passed away.

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