Chloe Levenson was only a year and 3 months old when she became a burn victim. The burn marks on her body aren't very visible, but still affected the 14-year-old San Francisco Bay Area native in many ways.
Enter Kristy Keusch.
Kristy was a volunteer at Antioch Animal Services. One day the shelter manager pulled her inside and showed her a puppy in the recovery room. The puppy was in pain – suffering from what appeared to be chemical burns.
The puppy's name was 'Fireman'
Kristy knew Fireman needed a special kind of care and understanding.
A local news station then reached out to a burn hospital – the same one that treated Chloe.
Chloe wanted a new pet dog. For months she begged her mother Toby for a pet, to no avail. The burn hospital contacted Toby about Fireman the dog.
The girl and the dog met – the connection was instantaneous.
Now Fireman and his new owner Chloe are happy together – bonding over the same shared tragedy.
Watch the heart-warming video here!
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