We have been encountering posts on dogs, cats, and other animals on Facebook that are eye-openers, or inspiring, or enlightening, or educational, or can make one feel good during a stressful day, or make one encouraged to help the poor souls among us.
Sunday Pets would like to share these notable posts of netizens through this space called Pawsbook.
From Everything Dogs:
“I can’t take him to the beach for a walk because it annoys you and disturbs the vacation… I have no right to rent a house if I have a dog, nor can I take him on public transportation.
However, I can take it to the rubble to find you after an earthquake, in the woods after you got lost in the mountains and had no map or gps; under the snow because you took a detour forbidden off the track; in the water because despite the red flag you have entered the sea, and your life is in danger!
And finally …”
He is just a dog, but he or she will find you. And it will save you!!!
Dedicated to all who DO NOT love dogs!
From Winnie Bisnar:
“For you my dear cat (Nino)
You lived your nine lives here with me my loyal, loving friend,
then God took you up to Paradise to live life number ten.
I’ll bet you’re peacefully lying upon an angel’s lap.
Purring there, without a care having a heavenly nap.
I’ll miss you for a little while,
but our friendship will not end.
Time will pass, and then at last you’ll be on my lap again.
Bye for now ️
— with Michael Bisnar.”
From Andy’s Paw Prints:
“If I passed before my dog(s), I would ask for permission to return just to say goodbye; to let my dog(s) know that God called me, and that I didn’t abandon them.
I would tell them I want them to take care of themself (and each other), and that in the meantime, I’ll be waiting for them.
I would give them one last kiss, one last hug, and tell them that they are the best things that have ever happened to me. That I have loved each with all my heart & I’ve loved them the most.
If I pass first, give me permission to tell them that. And especially to tell them that when we finally meet again, it will be forever.
From Love Animal:
“When I adopted my dog she was already pregnant. I knew what trouble I was getting into but I wanted her to give birth without fear, feel good and be a happy mom since life brought her this way.
She gave birth to 3 wonderful puppies that due to space we kept all 3 !!!One we were told is a blue German Shepherd. I never cared because he was born different nor did we tell him apart from the others. On walks people are more afraid of him than the others but I know people always judge big dogs by looks.
Let’s start seeing them as characters and personalities and not breeds and sizes!
They’re family not cars! Our kids are all beautiful inside and out.” Compiled by DC