Sometimes, people take their sight for granted. How would you explain the color red, for instance, to someone who is blind? How would you characterize the sky, the ocean, or flowers? There is some optimism, though.
Some blind persons who are candidates for eye surgery may be able to regain their sight. Even better, animals can also regain their sight, not only people! The happy reaction of this fortunate Irish Terrier, who experienced regaining his sight, tells it all.
Duffy, a sweet Irish Terrier that was saved, has struggled with his health on several occasions. He was diagnosed with diabetes, which eventually caused him to lose his vision. With the aid of medicine, Duffy’s diabetes was managed, but he was no longer the same without his sight.
From being able to see his cherished family one day to being unable to see anything at all, much alone their faces, I can only image how he must have felt.
Thankfully, Duffy qualified for an eye surgery that would be able to restore his sight. It was great news for this very good boy. Duffy’s family didn’t hesitate to sign Duffy up for the surgery. His treatment and surgery took place at the Veterinary Referral Center in Malvern, Pennsylvania.
Duffy is shown in an amazing video leaving surgery and seeing his humans for the first time in months. Duffy is so genuinely glad and delighted to see his family again after a long absence that his tail is wagging a thousand miles per hour.
In fact, he becomes so ecstatic that he even begins to make little, high-pitched sobs as a personal means of expressing happiness. It is just incredibly moving and nice to witness.
Dr. Kevin Kumrow, the veterinarian who helped Duffy with the diabetes. Once he was stable for surgery, Dr. Brady Beale operated on him. Together, the two doctors gave this dog another chance to live a happy and fulfilled life, and it couldn’t have happened to a more deserving pup.
Watch the adorable scene, bellow: