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My Dog Zeppelin

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Aug 24, 2011
by: Anonymous

It's the most amazing story and truly touching. I have a dog too, and sometimes even thinking about a point in life wherein I'll have to live without him brings me down to tears. Your story, too, got me to tears but I'm happy Zepp is still around you and taking good care of you...Zepp RIP!

May 01, 2011
Yorkshire Terrier
by: james watson / uk england doncaster

My Yorkshire Terrier Dusky was put down aged 14 years old. We buried him in our garden when he died and two days later I had just gotten into bed and heard a noise at the side of my bed. My first thought was it was my young son sleep walking but I looked and saw nothing. I laid down again and felt something jump onto the bed and walk over to my feet and lay down.

It gave me a happy feeling as I knew it was my dog/ I class myself as an atheist but do believe there is life after death.

Sep 23, 2010
So comforting....
by: LBC and BB

It is so sad to lose a pet, but your story comforts me and must surely comfort you. I miss all my Rainbow Bridge pets. I love this poem (anonymous author): We Have A Secret: We have a secret you and I that no one else shall know, for who but I can see you lie each night in fire glow? And who but I can reach my hand before we go to bed and feel the living warmth of you and touch your silken head? And only I walk woodland paths and see ahead of me, your small form racing with the wind so young again and free. And only I can see you swim in every brook I pass and when I call, no one but I can see the bending grass. I feel this poem sums it up and makes me teary each time I read it. I love my Golden with all my heart and pray he lives with me as long as your Zeppelin did. Take care, LBC and BB

Jul 30, 2009
by: Jade

That was probably the most amazing story of its kind that I have ever heard. The bond of an animal and its owner is strong, even in the after life. There are few things in this world stronger then that bond, even the bond af a mother and child or husband and wife. This story is a touching renditon of the love of a faithful pet, even in death, and the way you tell it is most remarkable

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