They were and still are bringing me so much joy and selfless love. Even the pet grief I endured when they passed over didn't diminish what they introduced into my little life.
Actually, it was my second dog Molly Mittens who consoled me when I had to put my very first dog Nicole to sleep. Her congestive heart failure had gotten to the point that she couldn't simultaneously let the air in and out and eat.
A few months later my first cat Sarah developed mouth cancer and also had to be put to sleep. Molly Mittens licked away the tears.
More recently, when my leg went out from under me, it was my third dog LOV who stayed by my side until help came. As I recovered, he didn't demand his long long walks. Only when I was totally back on my feet did he insist that three times a day we cover every square foot of the wherever.
Anyone can share in this unique kind of relationship by adopting a rescue dog. For me, becoming a mother for homeless four-legged children has helped me be reborn as whole.
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