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The dog that my dad has, she was my dog until I moved to the US... I got her when I was 12 years old, I was the one who fed her, walked her, trained her. She got me through some very tough times in my teenaged years. She is VERY important to me. And she is getting old. I really wanted a picture of her with my child, and was SO looking forward to this year... bringing Devin to see her, getting that photo to frame on my wall for the rest of time. I was worried that she would pass on before I got there... I never thought he would die before her.
So this trip I made sure to get photos of Oreo with Sheepie. It's the best I can do.... and it really makes me tear up. My two babies.
this may sound silly but oreo is cuddling up as if sheepie is devin like she knows, they are precious
Actually, she was confused and a little annoyed because I wouldn't let her bite Sheepie. LOL She thought it was a new stuffed animal toy for her! I kept saying, "No!" and she'd put her head down and sigh. So funny. (Which is why I've so far only trusted Oreo with Sheepie! The other dogs don't listen as well!)
that brought tears to my eyes, Nat. That's so sweet. I LOVE LOVE LOVE dogs. They are the most amazing animals. I would always talk to Griffin (my dog who lives at home with my mom) when I was pregnant with Katrina and how excited she would be to meet him and how excited he would be to meet her. After I lost Katrina, I would just hold Griffin and cry and let my tears fall onto him and talk to him about Katrina. He looked at me with those sad puppy dog eyes as if he could feel my pain.