Woman Dealing With The Loss Of Her Dog Gets An Unexpected Note From The Baristas


If you are anything like us, you enjoy spending as much time with your dog as humanly possible. We have our daily routines with our dogs and we love to go to the same places with them. In fact, many locations are becoming more welcoming of dogs. The days of having to leave our dogs outside whenever we head to a business establishment are coming to a close.


Lily…..always happy, very loved!

Posted by Margo Stanley Waldrop on Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Even our dogs have their “usual” at our favorite spots. Take the dog in this story for instance. Lily was Margo’s dog and she loved to go with her mom to Starbucks. She would even get herself a “Puppaccino” each day. When Margo learned that her dog was sick, she knew that she had to give her an awesome last day. Of course, this would include the dog’s favorite treat.

Posted by Margo Stanley Waldrop on Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Saying goodbye to a loved one is hard. Margo explained the situation to the baristas and they were very understanding. They already know her dog because of their daily visits. The dog was given words of encouragement and one last treat before being put to sleep. This would be a nice enough story by itself but wait until you find out what happened next.

Posted by Margo Stanley Waldrop on Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Margo returned to the Starbucks the next day, without her beloved companion. All she wanted was her daily coffee. She never could have expected what was about to take place. The baristas gave her the daily coffee and they also provided her with a special gift. Everyone who works at this location wanted the woman to know how much she and her dog meant to them.

Posted by Margo Stanley Waldrop on Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Margo received a vase full of gorgeous flowers. If that were not enough, she was also provided with some delicious homemade pumpkin bread. The baristas had also written notes to the woman, expressing their condolences. Her coffee had also been paid for already.

“I can’t even begin to tell you how good that made me feel”

Posted by Margo Stanley Waldrop on Wednesday, December 12, 2018

This story is a friendly reminder that there are people out there who truly care about us. Even the people we see every day and do not spend much time thinking about are still keeping us in their thoughts and prayers. If you needed to read a story that reminds you of all the good people that exist in the world, this is the perfect one. Please be sure to pass it on to your friends and loved ones.



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