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Celebrate Spring

As we bid Old Man Winter “adios,” the innocence and freshness of Spring does seem to be lurking close by.

This time of year that can truly represent the innocence and mystery of a desired change to replace the Winter’s dreary dark and cold with warmth and light.

A powerful fistpump for the strength needed to put one’s face to the sun and shout “let’s do this! It’s been an honor

Somewhere The Rainbow

Somewhere… Over The Mysterious Rainbow.

Most every pet lover who’s experienced the death of a precious pet is familiar with the touching story Rainbow Bridge. This beautiful description is of a magical place animals go after they die, waiting on their human to join them, crossing Rainbow Bridge together to be in a paradise for an eternity.

The Price of Love

There’s a beautiful story on the internet that every pet lover needs to read. It’s called “A Living Love.” Beautifully and so poignantly, the story talks about the three most memorable days in loving a precious pet.

The first one is the day he comes home to join the family. He’s finding his own way, and the family begins to settle into their new normal as a unit.

Full of memories and freshness as this new life together begins.

A Living Love

If you ever love an animal, there are three days in your life you will always remember….

The first is a day, blessed with happiness, when you bring home your young new friend.
You may have spent weeks deciding on a breed. You may have asked numerous opinions of many vets, or
done long research in finding a breeder.

Rainbow Bridge

Just this side of heaven is a place called Rainbow Bridge.

When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends so they can run and play together. There is plenty of food, water and sunshine, and our friends are warm and comfortable.

Rainbow Bridge Orphans

At Rainbow Bridge it has been said
Departed pets, who have been dearly loved by owners in life,
Play and wait in meadows.
When they hear their loved ones call,
They rush to meet them
And they cross Rainbow Bridge together,
Never to be parted again.

If It Should Be

If it should be that I grow weak And pain should keep me from my sleep, Then you must do what must be done, For this last battle cannot be won.

You will be sad, I understand. Don’t let your grief then stay your hand. For this day, more than all the rest, Your love for me must stand the test.

We’ve had so many happy years. What is to come can hold no fears. You’d not want me to suffer so; The time has come — please let me go.