Nothing feels more like home than cuddling with your dog or cat, and a new program in Hamilton, Ontario, does just that for long-term patients in the hospital.
The program is called Zachary's Paws for Healing. It's named after a young man with Hodgkin's lymphoma who died last year.
Zachary Noble was only 25 when he passed away. In his final weeks he was able to hang out with his best buddy, Chase, after hospital staff arranged for a visit. “It lifted his spirits immensely," Noble's aunt Donna Jenkins told BuzzFeed Canada.