Molly - In Loving Memory


Dalmatian
Picture of Molly - In Loving Memory, a female Dalmatian

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Home:Houston, TX  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
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 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
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Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

Birthday:
August 18th 1994

Likes:
she loved car rides and trips to Wendy's drive thru

Pet-Peeves:
saying No, other dogs in her face

Favorite Toy:
She never liked to play, but sitting next to mommy was her play

Favorite Food:
she loved anything I ate, most dog treats I had to try first

Favorite Walk:
in our yard and a national forest

Best Tricks:
she could sing and talk

Arrival Story:
I was recovering from surgery and wanted a snall dog to take walks with so we went to the local shelter and she was there and looked too pitiful for words. Her time was almost up so I decided she was the one for me. that was in 1996. Best thing that ever happened.

Bio:
After 3 weeks she started having seizures that scared me and her. Our vet assured us that she was ok and that she probably would keep having them. She had signs of coming from a puppy mill, infected teats and such. I kept her and got her healthy and she was fine, still had seizures but we learned to cope. She passed away on Sept. 15, 2006 in my arms. I had to make the horrible decision because of her health. I asked her if she was ready and she came out of her daze and told me in her own way that she was. I lost my best friend that day. I will always love you Molly.

Forums Motto:
Molly - Baby Moo





Molly's Poem:
IF IT SHOULD BE THAT I GROW WEAK AND PAIN SHOULD KEEP ME FROM MY SLEEP THEN YOU MUST DO WHAT MUST BE DONE FOR THIS LAST BATTLE CANNOT BE WON. YOU WILL BE SAD, I UNDERSTAND DON'T LET YOUR GRIEF THEN STAY YOUR HAND FOR THIS DAY MORE THAN ALL THE REST YOUR LOVE FOR ME MUST STAND THE TEST. WE'VE HAD SO MANY HAPPY YEARS WHAT IS TO COME CAN HOLD NO FEARS. YOU'D NOT WANT ME TO SUFFER SO THE TIME HAS COME, PLEASE LET ME GO. I KNOW IN TIME THAT YOU WILL SEE THE KINDNESS THAT YOU DID FOR ME. ALTHOUGH MY TAIL ITS LAST HAS WAVED, FROM PAIN AND SUFFERING I'VE BEEN SAVED. PLEASE DO NO GRIEVE IT MUST BE YOU WHO HAD THIS PAINFUL THING TO DO WE'VE BEEN SO CLOSE, WE TWO, THESE YEARS. DON'T LET YOUR HEART HOLD BACK IT'S TEARS. AUTHOR UNKNOWN

I've Been On Dogster Since:
November 29th 2006 More than 8 years!

I Was In The:
Dogster's 2006 Holiday Picture Party!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
431532


Meet my family
Drizzt - In
Loving Memory
Keebler - In
Loving Memory
AmiJack
CaitlynIzzieChaplin

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After Molly


Birthday

August 12th 2008 1:49 am
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Molly's birthday is coming up soon and it is still hard. I miss her so much still. I've been dreaming about her alot lately, and some disturb me. They seem so real. Anyone else feel like this after loosing their baby? It will be 2 years this year and it still hurts so bad. I love her so much. If anyone would like to talk please email me. I am recovering from a triple bypass and have time on my hands to talk.

 

First Anniversary

September 27th 2007 9:25 pm
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The one year anniversary of Molly's passing has come and gone and once again this year I ended up in the hospital. This time I had severe bronchitis from lack of sleep, expected this time. I lit a purple candle and just let it burn and talked to her and have found a kind of peace with her passing. I still miss her and I know I always will but I understand that her time had came ansd she was ready to move on to her next life. I feel that when you bond with an animal as I did with Molly that she stays with you and will move on into a new body when she is ready. I feel that I have found my Molly again. Too many things that she did my Jack now does without prompting. The way he sleeps with me and just the way he looks at me sometimes. Maybe I am seeing what I want to believe or it is there, either way I know she is with me. I believe MOlly was my soulmate, not like my husband is but still a soulmate. She lives eternally in my heart and memories.

 

First Christmas without Molly

December 23rd 2006 1:57 am
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Its been a little over 3 months now that she has been gone and little things are bringing me to tears. Blue Christmas, wrapping paper, places we took her to last christmas and her empty stocking. It hurts so much to have my best friend gone. She was such a large part of our lives. After Keebler passed, I became even closer to Molly and it hurts so much more. We use to sing christmas carols to her and change some of the words to Moo or MooskaMoo and now when I hear them I just break out in tears. I went to get puppy food and the little containers of food she loved was on clearance and my first thought was I need to buy some of them for Molly. I even reached out for one then remembered and burst into tears right in the pet food isle. I haven't been able to sleep these last few nights. I have been sitting up in the chair in our old bedroom and I keep waiting for her to come and put her head on my leg and it never happens. I miss her so much.

 
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