"A woman who works in the animal rescue business appears to have earned some good karma for her good deeds. The lady’s pug, which she rescued from a breeding facility, helped her get diagnosed early with breast cancer, possibly saving her life, the New York Daily News reported April 16.
Marian Cooper, 57, says that her six-year old portly pug, Flo, repeatedly nudged and sniffed at her right breast. Cooper initially thought the rescued pooch was just being a nuisance."
Via Susan Zager