(Laguna Woods CA USA)
Mom says I can write my own obituary. My mom picked me up at the hospital. I had been there 2 months. A bad coyote attacked me, broke my back, pelvis and ribs, and took my spirit away. I couldn't remember where I came from, where I'd been or how old I was. I was really grumpy at first, sorry for that cause there were some really scary moments, but, my mom didn't give up on me. She pushed me in my stroller when I couldn't walk. We went for rides in the golf cart, we went on picnics, but most of all mom just kept loving me more and more.
They say I won't have hotspots in heaven. Oh, I hate those. And my knees will be well and I will be able to run again, smell the grass, oh, and I'll hear again. That will be great, all new sounds. I will sure miss my mom. I was by her side 24/7, and always knew if i didn't feel well she would try to fix me. If she couldn't, she would find someone who could. It was a great 6 years, together. I don't know why diabetes got me. Mom was so sorry she couldn't fix that, but, no more pain for me or her.
She will always be in my heart. I will miss those car rides. Maybe I'll get wings and my ears will fly in the wind and I will smile. Oh, I can smile. Mom adopted me, and I ran around really crazy, smiling. Really, I did. Mom has pictures!!
Thanks, mom. I really love you lots. I am so glad you saved me.
Gotta go now and check out those wings!
P.S. I'm going to heaven on Veteran's Day. I have a big people brother who is a disabled veteran. I love him very much. We thank him every day for his service.
Bye bye, or bark bark...
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