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By Good News Network Tuesday, July 10, 2012
After their beloved dog fell on a spike and home remedies were only prolonging her suffering, the family decided to surrender the pet to the SPCA to be put down.
In a final goodbye, the family's father looked into Kayla's eyes, apologizing for being too poor to care for her and begged his pet to forgive him for his shortcomings.
After the family began coming to terms with their loss, two weeks later, they received the surprise of a lifetime.
The shelter was so moved by Frank Martinez's tear-filled goodbye, they decided to provide Kayla with the care she needed free of charge.
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