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Ginger, The Beloved

Ginger, The Beloved

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The True Story of an Aging Dog, as told to Animal Communicator Kara of Pet’s Eye View.

They call me Ginger. It has been a very fitting name for me. When I was young, I was spicy, and very red. I was full of so much fire and energy that I almost wore my girl to a frazzle. We were happy girls together, young and free. I miss running so fast, almost soaring. My legs betray me now. My eyes can barely see. But, because I have been such a very, very good dog, my girl bought a farm for me!!!

Every dog should be a farm dog. I love it here. My eyes, my legs, my bladder—none are what they used to be. But, I can still lay on the warm Earth, feel the breeze on my face, and smell the grasses. I see flickers and shadows, but I always feel my girl. Never has a dog been more loved than me.

I am very old now, 17. I soon must go, but not today. Not today.

I still love my girl, woman though she is now. We were sisters. We are sisters. I love her more than she can ever see. I love her husband just as much. She picked a good, quiet man. He cares for me, and helps me stand, and rubs me well, with gentle hands.

Never has a dog been more loved than me.

I soon must go, but not today. Not today.

The world seems golden to me now, like everything is bright and light. I cherish every moment with my girl. I like it best when she comes to rest. She will lay her whole self down against my whole self. I feel her warmth, I feel her breath, and know that I love her and she loves me. Never has a dog been more loved than me.

I cherish this the most, just to be.

I soon must go, but not today. Not today.

Never has a dog been loved more than me.

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