Saying RIP is just not good enough when we lose a dearly loved pet. One of our pets, a doggy name Mia, passed way today. She was worse off than we thought, we thought she would get better. But it turned for the worse.
We were taking her to the vet today for the third time in two weeks. The Vet told us that she had a kidney infection. I believe her kidneys shut down. I came home today around 2:00 p.m. and we were going to take her to the vet together, but I found Mia in the living room. She had passed away. I buried Mia in the backyard behind the fence.
She has gone to that place where the sun always shines. I can see her running through the grassy fields with our Savior Jesus, with the wind whipping around her. She is free from all pain. We did not know how much she truly suffered but I know that we did all we could to give her comfort and love during her last days.
We had Mia for a little over two years. We got her at the animal shelter. She had those puppy dog brown eyes, and her facial features enhanced her beautiful eyes.
All our doggies have a special place in our hearts. When my wife is at work and I am in my study, the animals always migrate around my computer chair. Mia did that as well. But she went a extra mile for me that very few people know about. When I would set at my desk she would wash my feet. I know that sounds weird, but its the truth. It was very humbling. IF you have ever had a dog to wash your feet you would know what I mean.
Mia was a very obedient and trusting soul. I truly believe that we can all learn a lesson from Mia. Just to come into that place where Jesus abides and to set at His feet. With no agenda...just to be with our Lord and Savior.
We will never forget the way your brightened our lives with your loyalty and your faithfulness.