Dog with cancer becomes honorary firefighter
Mister Molson was given the bucket list of a lifetime; he also got married and became a sergeant
By FireRescue1 Staff
YORK COUNTY, Pa. — A cancer-stricken dog with months to live was given the bucket list of a lifetime.
CW39 reported that Tim Griffin’s 12-year-old dog Mister Molson was diagnosed with cancer and given months to live. Griffin decided to make the most out of it by making a bucket list for him.
“Everybody was sad … with the kids also; I wanted to try to take it as an opportunity to be less negative about it. It’s been 12 weeks since his surgery and in those 12 weeks we’ve had a lot of fun.”
Mister Molson became an honorary firefighter with the York County Fire Department, Sergeant Molson with the Pennsylvania State Police and even president.
“With a unanimous vote they elected him to be the president of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 229,” Griffin said.
Mister Molson also had a wedding with another dog.
“When I come home and he’s not there, just not having him by my side all the time – I think is when it’s really gonna sink in,” Griffin said.