Corgi Adorably Comforts A Man At The Airport After Sensing His Pain

"I’ve never had a doubt that Cora can sense those who are hurting and those who need companionship and love.”

Corgi Adorably Comforts A Man At The Airport After Sensing His Pain

Dogs really can be our greatest companions, especially during difficult times. One cute little corgi named Cora went viral for being the best friend anyone could ever have hoped for when she randomly went up to a stranger who needed some comforting.

A few weeks ago, Cora and her owner, Madison Palm, were traveling from their home in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho to visit Palm's mom in Alaska when they had a layover in Seattle. As they were hanging out in the airport, Cora sneakily walked over to a man sitting nearby and laid down next to him.

"Cora quietly tip toed away from me during our crazy long layover and plopped herself right next to a complete stranger," Palm wrote in a Facebook post describing the moment. "He gave her scratches, told her how cute she was, and proceeded to take a photo of her; he also shared with us that he lost his beloved dog the night before. I've never had a doubt that Cora can sense those who are hurting and those who need companionship and love."

Of course, the Internet melted.

"Oh my god I'm tearing up. She is such a beautiful soul 😭 I love her so much," said one commenter.

"Dogs are amazing," said another.

"That is amazing. I know what it's like to lose a dog. It's tough. So the fact that she went up to that guy and showed him some love is truly amazing," said another commenter. 

Cora is training to be a therapy dog and clearly she's a natural.  "I truly think she has a gift. She knows who is hurting and she knows who needs her," Palm told Today.  Therapy dogs have been used as a mental health aid since the 1970s, and even now many people are choosing pets as a wellness method.  The adorable furry friend is proof that pets can really make a positive difference in our lives

A Plus has reached out to Palm for comment.

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