Millions Of Strangers Are Sending Photos Of Their Dogs To Help A Boy Smile While Undergoing Chemo
January 9, 2015
In just a few short days, a Phoenix-area teenager named Anthony Lyons has been the recipient of nearly one million dog photos - and counting - from complete strangers.
The event "Photo Doggies for Anthony" is an invitation for Facebook users to post photos of their dogs along with a message for a 16 year-old undergoing chemotherapy treatments. As of January 9, the event page has 1.5 million users sharing photos.
Anthony is undergoing chemotherapy for acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Some days, he gets dog visits at the hospital, but some days he doesn't. So a family friend created the page to to help make him smile.
If you want to send Anthony a picture of your beloved pooch, visit Photo Doggies for Anthony.
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