Lady Bug, R.I.P

double exposure I took of Lady Bug clouds.

On Sunday May 10, 2020, I had to put my, our beloved dog Lady Bug to sleep.  It wasn’t something I was expecting to have to do so soon.  She was doing great and then all of sudden, she wasn’t eating and just laying down.   Lady Bug was the most non-aggressive, soft loving dog you would every meet.  She also love to cuddle.  She pass on Mother day and even though she her self never had her own litter, she was a motherly figure to our other dog Lilly.  Lady was a few years younger then Lilly, but she took that roll of being a mother to Lilly.  Grooming her, even though I think it drove Lilly crazy sometime, but she allowed it.  Lady Bug was the calm enforcer, getting in between me and Lilly when I would come home.  Lilly gets excited and Lady made sure to tell her in a doggy way, “calm down” he here.  I will never forget her doggy

Lady Bug giving Lilly kisses or doggy licks.

face, with one ear point up and the other down.  I’ll miss just squeezing her cheeks.  She never growled at me for doing that. It was your little thing between us.

 

Lady Bug. One ear up and the other down. Never forget that doggy face of hers.

Am sorry Lady Bug, I wish I could have done more for you, but I couldn’t see you in pain.  You will always be in my heart, broken heart  because you are no longer here. Here on the sofa or seeing you from my room, laying on your blanket/ pillow.  R.I.P. girl, Lady Bug:(

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