Good Samaritan Drives Pup 2,300 Miles To Cheer Up Cancer Stricken Boy

A heartwarming clip of a complete stranger driving 2300 miles to cheer up a boy diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer is touching so many hearts.

The video shows Perryn Miller, from North Carolina, who was diagnosed with brain cancer over the holidays being visited by Bob Reynolds, a kind Samaritan who had heard about the 8-year-old boy’s story, and wanted to do something for him.

So Reynolds drove with his family’s 8-month-old puppy, Frank, to make their spirits bright and surely did in great fashion.

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