Friday, July 6, 2012

We Somehow Find Our Own

Animal people almost always find other animal people.

This is my friend who also happens to live
not too far away.  Today we sat and enjoyed our
dogs.  Rascal is down in the left hand
corner of the picture. 
There is a peace about themselves of animal
people.  They aren't people pleasers but
they cry bitter tears about animals. 

Today I cried for my daughter and son-in-law
                             and for one of their dogs who died today.  Buttercup was a gentle and beautiful old soul of a dog which they have shared their home and hearts with for a year and a half.  God bless you, Buttercup.                Diane

7 comments:

Pondside said...

It's so hard to lose a friend such as Buttercup - I'm so sorry for your daughter and son-in-law.

Linda said...

Awww...my heart goes out to you daughter and son-in-law and yourself.It's so tragic when we lose a beloved animal. they are truly part of our family. Rest in peace, Buttercup.

June said...

I'm so sorry about Buttercup Diane. It's always hard to lose one of our babies.
sending hugs...

polkadotpeticoat said...

Mimi and I adored her......makes me cry just thinking about her, she was a grand kind lady!

Name: Amanda said...

Thanks mom! and thanks Heidi! I love you and appreciate your beautiful loving heart! xobean

Laurie said...

You're right Diane, I feel animal people are the best. I find a person who loves animals to be some of the most sensitive, caring people. Us included of course!
I was reading Amanda's post and choked up. What a beautiful dog.

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

So sorry to hear about Buttercup. Another blogger friend just lost her cat, Winston, and posted about the loss yesterday. Her post had me bawling before I could even get to the end. Jingles is very glad we are back home again. Hugs and blessings, Tammy