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    Until One Has Loved an Animal

    I love animals; I adore them. They are precious little souls, and it breaks my heart to read posts or videos on Facebook of specific cruelty to any animal. So I loved this book and am overjoyed to read about someone who will take unwanted uncared for animals into her home and give them a life of love and TLC. I have had dogs all my life, have had to hold them gently as they breathed their last breath. For the past 15 years my son, sister, and I have taken in three litters of a feral cat. At one time, while my son was moving from an apartment to his new house, I had 12 kitties of all ages and sizes occupying my basement apartment. Sadly the feral mother cat passed on the cancer gene to every one of her offspring so one by one we were obliged to provide relief from pain and suffering, but we loved them to the last moment of life and they went to sleep peacefully, purring and cuddled in our arms. My two last cats are seniors and will likely go soon, but all my kitties have had the blessing of as good a life as I could give them, and I am happy (but also sad) to let them have a peaceful and pain free sleep, even though I miss them dreadfully. When the final kitty passes, then I hope to adopt a senior dog, one who may have no other chance to be adopted. I am keeping tabs on the adoptable dogs at the local SPCA and cannot wait to enjoy my final years with a senior companion.

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