A Tribute to My Dog Spot

by Belendar Bhulli
(Jamaica )

You were my closest friend. Everything you did amazed me. I could feel your love for me through your eyes. The way you looked at me told me how much you adored me. We did everything together, and you protected me in every way you possibly could have.

I never thought about you ever leaving me, but you did, and now I understand why. You left and never returned because you didn't want to break my heart having to watch you die.

That morning I woke up and I searched everywhere for you and ask everyone if they had seen you, but you were nowhere to be found. A few days later you were in my dream and you came to me so happy. That's when I knew you were in a better place and you wanted me to know that you were still with me.

Spot, you will live inside me forever. I never will forget you. I miss you so much and love you with all my heart. I think about you and the good times we shared. Those memories will stay with me for the rest of my life.

I'll never let you go. I promise...

Love always,

Bella

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Spot
by: Bella

Thank you so much. I appreciate it. I'm sure we will one day.

Spot
by: Anonymous

I ditto every word you say. I will never forget my baby, not ever. I'm with her for eternity.

I love your soul. You are a good person. God bless you and Spot. You will be together again. Maybe we will all meet someday.

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