|My last photo of my dragon.|
In case you don’t follow the blog on Facebook or Instagram, on August 22, 2016 at around 6:45 p.m. Mr. Pud crossed the Rainbow Bridge after his health suddenly started to decline a few days before.
It was a no brainer to let him go but I can honestly say I didn’t expect it to be more painful than the other times I’ve had to say goodbye to my furbabies.
|Professional spot taker. No shame at all.|
|Lover of car rides.|
Now, I don’t want this to be a totally depressing post so I do want to say that part of the healing process is to have something to look forward to, or a project to focus on.
Meet my new “Pawject.”
|She's a cuddler.|
Hayley needed a home since her temporary home was going through changes and couldn’t keep her. I’m so grateful they took her into their home in the first place because you know how most of those types of stories go. They gave her lots of love and helped her adjust to living in a home.
Anyway, Hayley is a delight. She’s a bit on the wild side because she needs to learn the rules around here and her place in the family but she’s extremely lovable, friendly, and playful. My grief is being balanced out with the joy of learning this shorty’s personality and just falling in love with her.
|She has hazel "bedroom" eyes.|
And in case you’re wondering, Hayley has her own Instagram page. It was something I had wanted to do with Mr. Pud but never got the chance. So her page is in memory of him.