Life has so many mysteries.
Anyone that knew me knew of my Hudson. Hudson lived his life to the fullest… he loved his family, meeting other dogs, his yard, and his car rides especially the ones to New Hampshire. He loved his two recliner chairs, he loved to swim in the lake and the party boat.I have so many happy memories with my Hudsy.
I wish I could tell the person who
lived with before us that he had
a great life. Hudson
How old was he?,,,, His birthday?....What was his family like?.......Did he get himself lost? ..... Did the people love him?.....How long was he on the lam?
It's all a mystery, as it will remain that way.
Who would figure that a stray dog found in
was brought to the shelter. When rescue was called to pick up the
one had been reclaimed, one had been adopted (Hudson) and the other was put
into foster. A few days later Brittanys
was returned to the shelter. The foster mom was called went back to
the shelter to pick up and place Hudson in her foster care. What were the
odds of him being 777 miles from me to end up in my home? Hudson
God gave me such a special gift of having had
life, not many people get to experience the bond and
unconditional love we had. Those that have been given this special gift to
experience the love of a dog in their journey through life are "Dog
People" we have been blessed. Hudson
I guess I have to remind myself: Don't cry because it's over........Smile because it happened.
We will all be together again some day, love you baby boy.