Another angel gained his wings this month.
Harley, he was 12 1/2 and suffered a stroke.
He was a service dog who specialized in alerting for narcolepsy and seizures.
I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted.
But I wanted to do a post about Sharon Mohr, who was my wonderful co-writer of the blog. She did a lot of my reviews and I am very grateful for her friendship.
I met her through her cat’s facebook page. Neptune the Special Cat.
She sadly passed away earlier this year and had joined Neptune at the Rainbow Bridge.
Know you will always be loved Sharon.
I wanted to thankful my wonderful friend and co-writer Sharon Mohr for being so awesome.
Though we have never met in person and communicated by e-mail and phone. I wanted to say that I am so thankful to have met her.
I met her by following her cat Neptune (who has since gone over the Rainbow Bridge) and from there we chatted about cats and other various things.
I just wanted to say thank you Sharon.
Today I’m thankful for cats.
I’m thankful for the lessons in love they teach us.
They teach us
to be curious,
trust our instincts
and to give the “look” when needed,
and above all else, love unconditionally
It’s supposed to be wordless, but I wanted to share pictures I caught of my friend’s kitten Ozzy.. he’s only 4 months old but he is just a trip..
Today I’m thankful for my heart pet Buggy.
For those that don’t know what a “heart pet” is.. here’s a friend’s definition:
“A heart pet is a pet that is a very special pet that you know there will be no other like them. No matter how many pets you have they will never have that special connection to you.”
“It is a soulmate animal…you share a unique, deep special connection. You are a part of each other.”
So for those of us who have heart pets, let’s take a moment to be thankful for them, their presence in our lives and give them extra love if they are still with us, or remember them if they have passed over the Rainbow Bridge.
These are older photos of the boys, but I wanted to show them off.