Brings tears to my eyes, but a lift to my step!
this is esp. meaningful to me as I just lost my 23 year old cat.
I am planning on a GSD pup in the next couple of months, from Julie I hope.
I’m so sorry for your loss! You will get no better dog than on of Julies! Her’s are awesome. Good luck! 🙂
thank you, Monicka. Very encouraging.
warm regards, nancy
I am very sorry for your loss.
Some comforting words… thanks for sharing that.
This would mean I have a small herd following me, that’s nice to know, in all seriousness one of the most remarkable things happened to me the week my mother passed away, we had so much family coming to see her, one her 87 year old sister , she sat and talked to my Mom who was in and out in conciousness, than my Aunt walked into the kitchen where me and my sisters were preparing dinner, she said my Mom was becoming preoccupied with the dog, I asked my sister to put her dog
Tug outside, my sister said he is outside, my Aunt said no not him, she keeps reaching out to pet Baron, me and my sisters stopped dead in our tracks and looked at each other, Baron was my Moms German Shepherd who had died in 1984!! The priest had told us that as death approaches deceased loved ones start becoming visible, ready to welcome the loved one home…… I now know I’m going to have one hell of a homecoming!!! 🙂
Oh my this makes the tears flow. Thank you for sharing Lorie. Big hug to you.
Lorie, you are the best. Thank you.
Lorie, my husband still does not believe this,but several days before my Maggie suddenly died, I casually glanced in the living room where our dog beds are and saw her and Abby together. Only thing is, Abby had passed away 6 months before. The reality hit me immediately and when I looked again Abby was gone. I don’t know if it was because seeing them laying together was what my minds eye was used to seeing or if she was waiting for her sister to be with her again. Sadly, that time came a few days later.
This is so nive, and what a refreshing thought in a difficult time. I am sorry for your loss. Next time some one post a warning that kleenex are needed please.
Lorie, what an awesome story, thank you for sharing.