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To All PUGSLIFE Members;
I joined PUGSLIFE yestersay (November14) and wrote A TRIBUTE VOTE FOR LEAH requesting that members vote for Leah in a contest I had entered her in. When I looked at my e mail this morning I was overwhelmed by your reponses. I can't say that I didn't expect any, as I know how pug lovers are, but was so surprised by the amount of reponses. Somehow thank you does not seem adequate.
As I am writing this tears are flowing from my eyes. The emotions I am encountering are so unpredictable. I read all of your comments over and over again. You have been so kind, caring and compassionate. I held Leah at the computer and read each one to her so that she knows how much she is loved, even by people who don't really know her. I copied all the comments as I am going to put them in a special place in Leah's urn so she always knows how much she was loved.
I still can't accept the fact that I'll be losing Leah very soon. I keep thinking that there must be something else I can do. I feel like I have failed her. Her vet tells me that I have done everying possible and that the love Leah and I share is what has kept her going so long. She calls her the miracle dog. Leah has lost the ability to walk but she's not in any pain. I hold and talk to her most of the day. I look into those big pug eyes and her cute little face and do all I can to make her comfortable and happy. Sometimes I take her for a ride in the car as she always loved going for rides. I take her to the park and put her in a baby carriage and walk her around so she can she and enjoy everything around her, I try to focus on her all of the time. I want to spend every minute with her before she crosses the rainbow bridge. I don't sleep at night as I check on her all of the time to make sure she is OK. I don't want to lose her. She's my world.
Leah is currently in eighth place out of approximately 3,000 entries in the contest. I hope that anyone who hasn't voted yet will do so ASAP. When your on Leah's board like her on facebook and write a comment about her costume at the end of her page. Leah will get extra points for that. I always called her "My Girl" and told her she was a winner. I want that to come true for her.
I will remain a member of PUGSLIFE and be part of your pug family and adventures. Keep your pugs healthy and happy and give them pug hugs and kisses from me and Leah. Thank you.
Always a Pug Lover,