Zoomer's last days
He still has his wonderfull personality. I know you and your family will miss him very much. Our dog Katie died a while back, I have seen her since then...in my dreams.
This is such sad news Mark.
Life as an artist has had some unusual times to say the least.
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That's very sad news Mark. Good old Captain Z is real favourite in this house and will be much missed.
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G20 protest gallery:
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I'm so happy you've done so much with him. And him for you!
We too have had to endure cancer with our furkids. If every dog year is 7 human years, it seems that everything moves at a faster pace.
My prayers and thoughts are with your friend, and you.
Gotta go now. I'm very moved.
Charlot's Dad (Golden Retriever)
Quin--14 yrs at passing (GR)
Bentley--13 yrs at passing (GR) cancer
Winston--10 yrs at passing (GR) cancer
Very sorry to hear this sad news.
I have quietly followed his story and been overjoyed, deeply moved and very impressed.
What better life can anyone, man or beast, have.
Bless you all.
thanks for having let me participate in Zoomer's joy of life which sometimes made me laugh and once, in a good-humored hour, made me dabble in poetry:
This is what remains from Zoomer in my mind: a smile.
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