Sarah Massey had to say goodbye to her 12 year old dog Mollie and wanted her last day to be special, so she went to Chick-fil-A to get her favorite meal: chicken nuggets.
What she didn’t expect was to be shown so much love from the fast-food chain. They showed great compassion and did not charge her for the 30 nuggets. In a video she shared how went to Chick-fil-A to get her 14-year-old dog some nuggets “because they’re her favorite and it’s the only thing that she’ll actually eat right now.”
“She wasn’t eating anything that week. So we were trying everything and happened to get her to eat a Chick-fil-A nugget and she just kept eating them,” Massey says.
Mollie was put down the following day, on Jan. 27, but the story doesn't end there.
A few days later, Massey received a message from Chick-fil-A to keep an eye out on both her inbox and mailbox. What she got was totally unexpected and brought her to tears. Watch....
“It showed up one day after work and I thought maybe we just got a little Chick-fil-A cow and some gift cards or something. But I opened their letter and just instantly started crying, saying that there was a painting of my dog in this box,” she says, sharing that she also got a T-shirt, socks, a gift card and a little cow. “I don’t even have words for it, just the absolute kindness and thoughtfulness for somebody to do something like that for a person they don’t even know.”
Thank you Chick-Fil-A for your compassion and thoughtfulness.