WHISKER WALK 2020
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People always talk about how they are not really gone and if you look around you can see them and that they will always be in your heart. I get that, but the problem is he is NOT physically here. I cannot see him, I cannot touch him, I cannot hear his boisterous talking, I cannot hold him and bury my face in his beautiful coat and breathe him in. I cannot hear him trotting down the hall to greet me. I will miss how every door that was opened was an opportunity to race full speed to the other side even if it was from our bedroom into the hall way. Life was an adventure for him.
God, I miss his snuggles and hugs. It was so difficult to let go of his physical body. I was so afraid to be without him, but life goes on and there are and will be more dogs to love. Holster was a gift from God. He was meant to be mine and I His. He was more my teacher than I his. I know I will be with him again. I just hope and pray that when I do I can wrap my arms around him, run my fingers through his fur, feel his breath on my cheek, hear that wonderful voice and take in all that was him.
I lost Holster to pericardial mesothelioma cancer. In September 2018 he was given 90 days. I am grateful for 8 solid quality months. A good friend stated, Holster died 1 day, but he lived 3,677 days.
What a life it was!
You were my favorite Hello and my hardest Goodbye An irreplaceable part of my heart has gone with You.
GCHG CH Sondaisa Fyre When Ready CD RN TT CGCA CGCU TKA VAX
May 15, 2009 - June 11, 2019