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JDon

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I still see Pogo’s paw prints on the back door, I suppose I’ll wash them off some day. You think you’re over it and then it all comes back. A 10lb furry creature touched my heart and kept me company.
Best wishes to all the cat and dog owners out there.
Happy New Year,
Peace.
cosesmom

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It's hard to go thru everyday life after letting our babies go. It doesn't matter if it's old age  that caught up with them, a tragic accident or a dreadful disease. We still cling to the things that make us remember that we did share our lives with something so special that we dread removing Paws prints from a door, hair on our couch, their favorite blanket or toy, putting away their dishes, or anything else that tells us that we did have a life with them and they did share our hearts, IT WAS REAL! 
It does come in waves, there are good days and bad but none of us would trade one second of the life we shared with them. I lost my heart dog, Termy on  September 18,2017 and I still cry over the sadness of missing him. I did share my life with him for over 16 years. I still smell his sweater to remember him and his collar hangs from the mirror in my car, his picture over the visor and I talk to him every night at 8:30 and tell him how much I love him and miss him. They all touch our hearts and take a big piece with them when they leave. Our lives are better for having been loved and and loving.
I am sending you peace and comfort for your loss of Pogo. Even if you never wash the paw prints off it will be okay.
Love and doggie hugs
Termy's mom
Dianednd

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This post really spoke to me. Thank you for your words that helped me feel less alone.
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