Before Saturday night, Christina Summitt didn't know how she would be able to afford her dog Tucker's surgery. The 37-year-old bartender was working three jobs, but still struggled financially, and Tucker immediately needed an operation. She found herself sharing her pet story with a nice couple she was serving at the Holiday Inn in Clinton, NJ.
Then, fortune turned in her favor. After hearing about her puppy, the couple left Summitt a $1,000 tip on an $80 bill, with instructions to put the money only toward the vet.
Summitt was hysterical.
"I hugged the couple with every bit of love I have on my body," she tells the Good News Blog. "My sister was also bartending and I grabbed her like I would grab somebody who was about to fall off a building."
For Summitt, Tucker is a close member of the family, like a child, thus she was blown away by the gesture. Summitt is a stepmother to her husband Eric's three children from a previous marriage, and the couple also has another dog,Read More »from How a Good Samaritan’s Tip Saved a Dog’s Life