|My vision of the Rainbow Bridge.|
Since hearing the news, I have been thinking a lot about life, our furbabies, and the Rainbow Bridge (and North of the Rainbow Bridge, that I just learned about from The Herd. A special place where Siberian Huskies roam after their life here on earth has passed). We hear of so many passings, yet this one in particular has really touched me.
|Chelsey ♥ 1994 - 2007|
We can't stop the course known as life, but we can take a moment, no, take lots of moments to cherish the loving bonds we have now with our pets. These moments will be our memories some day in the future when our furkids are called home. Memories we will always hold dear, and no matter how bittersweet they are, they will also help us to move forward with love in our hearts for what we had, and while unimaginable at the time, what we are yet to have.
This video was posted on Facebook this morning by Katie the Blue Eyed Dog, and when I saw it, I thought, "what perfect timing." While it is bittersweet, it is also comforting. May it bring a little peace to all pet parents at a time when they will need it.
|Kodiak of The Thundering Herd|
Run free in those snow-covered fields way beyond the Rainbow Bridge, Kodiak. We never met you in person, but you have touched our hearts tremendously. Rest in peace, sweet Sibe.