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February 06, 2017

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Kevin Davies

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walter stoffel

February 6, 2017 marked the anniversary of one of the most unforgettable experiences in my lifetime. Fifteen years ago on that date, my wife and I were getting ready to leave the house for the airport. We were going to visit her brother Eddie in Florida. He had fought a long battle with drug addiction and had turned his life around. Everything changed just like that. Clara got a call from her sister-in-law Toni. She was screaming on the other end of the line: "Eddie's dead. He's gone. A heart attack." Clara, overcome with grief, ran over to the recliner, fell into it and began convulsing in tears. Years earlier , we had rescued Lance, a Border Collie, who turned out to be semi-feral(he had been abused and forced to live outside for first 10 years of his life). He could not be trusted around people and had bitten Clara numerous times, once in the face.
When Lance saw Clara acting as she was , he rushed over to the recliner, propped himself with his front paws on her legs, and began studying her intently. I sensed an impending attack, right in the middle of her intense grief. Before I could intervene he began washing away her tears with his tongue. When he was done , he lay down next to her, something he never customarily did. Clara and I both began crying even harder, not only for Eddie's death but for this show of humanness from animal that himself had been treated so inhumanely.

LeeAnna Paylor

This is my song! Animals don't speak in words but they communicate and we're the ones who don't know! LeeAnna

Ellen Pilch

Great post. I am with you 100%.

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