Little Buddha Dog A Short Love Story About A Woman's Best Friend & Their Last Day Together by Rita Tanos

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Author: Rita Tanos
Category: General Novel , Pet
ISBN: 9780988407404
File Size: 2.01 MB
Format: EPUB (e-book)
DRM: Applied (Requires eSentral Reader App)
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If you have ever loved or cared for an animal, then Little Buddha Dog will touch your heart! Written through the voice of Countess, a little dog whose heart is full of joy, she recounts the wonderful blessings of unconditional love shared with her Mum, and their last day together. Ready to pass through the veils from earth to heaven, their final goodbye is both touching and sweet as they honor each other in this final act of surrender. This little book is really a gift from Countess to all animal lovers who have lost their beloved pet, or for anyone considering end of life care and their pets final needs as they approach their last days of life. Faced with the decision of how to love them best during their final passage from life to death and eternity is never easy. Little Buddha Dog offers a beautiful and comforting short love story of how their last day and final moments of life together were shared with grace, honor, respect and unconditional love. Sometimes love is also about letting go....even when we feel our hearts are breaking in the process. Sometimes the greatest love we can extend to our beloved pet is the final act of caring enough to say goodbye. To release them from their suffering and knowing when to say goodbye is an act of love. This is not about us...this is about the precious life of an animal we cared for and loved so deeply. We must find the courage within ourselves to accept this final act as a gift of love, knowing in our hearts that Grace is fully present in these final moments of surrender. As they are letting go of life, we learn how to let go of them. Their eyes and hearts tell us everything we need to know. They are ready when they are ready and we must know that, lovingly. If we are the ones bestowed with the honor of being the caretaker during their life, then we too must be worthy of such devotion at the end of their lives. To gently ease their way out of pain and suffering is our final, courageous act of love.


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