Retired nurse opens dog hospice so they can feel loved during their last moments



She also makes sure they “fill out their to-do list before they die,” according to Metro. This means puppy parties, beach trips, delicious steak dinners and McDonald’s ice cream

When they pass away, she has them cremated and buried in a special plot at her Nottingham home. ‘It can be an utterly heartbreaking job, but someone has to do it,’ says Nicola.

Joanne Snaith, from Helping Yorkshire Poundies, says, “Nicola does an amazing job, taking in dogs when they’ve been kicked out by their owners right at the very end of their lives — giving them the love and care most have never received previously in their lives. I absolutely admire the work of The Grey Muzzle Project.”

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