Terminally ill Australian dog with 49-item bucket list crosses off latest goal posthumously

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Source:   —  April 02, 2016, at 2:34 PM

Buddy, a six-year-old cattle dog recently diagnosed with severe lymphoma completed forty-eight out of forty-nine items on the well-known ‘bucket list’ his owners created for him before he died.

Terminally ill Australian dog with 49-item bucket list crosses off latest goal posthumously

A terminally-ill cattle dog from Australia, whose owners created a long ‘bucket list’ for their beloved pet, completed his final goal following his death this week, 9NewsAU reported.

Buddy, a six-year-old cattle dog recently diagnosed with severe lymphoma completed forty-eight out of forty-nine items on the well-known ‘bucket list’ his owners created for him before he died.

Upon hearing from the veterinarian that Buddy had the terminal cancer and given four weeks to live, owner Emily Mochan of Australia compiled a bucket list for the ailing dog she'd owned for four years.

Some of the goals included meeting a celebrity, paw-paint a canvas picture, obtain his very own order at a fast-food establishment, ride in a limousine and even be the visitor of honor at an event.

But before Buddy could complete the forty-ninth item on the list, he succumbed to his illness and passed far this week.

“Although it breaks my heart, I’m happy to declare he was laid to rest yesterday morning at tenth a. m. before he really started suffering,” Mochan wrote on Facebook, adding that he passed away peacefully.

After his death, his forty-ninth bucket list wish was finally realized. Mochan donated all of the money she and Buddy raised to the RSPCA.

“Even though he’s not here with others, he’s still helping others,” she told the news outlet.

At the time of his passing, the ‘Buddy’s Bucket List’ Facebook page had more than 13.000 followers.

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