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Memories of Maddie
Feb. 17, 2022 To let you go hurt so much, but it was the right thing to do. I never want to see you be in pain or suffer. Your kidney stopped working and there was nothing more we could do. I am hurting so much right now, missing your beautiful eyes and your feisty manner in which you carried yourself. You were the smallest of the Huskies but you were tough as can be. You fought through valley fever and liver and kidney disease. You did things on your terms and that was a great thing. I knew I had to bring you home from the Humane Society when I first saw you. We had 13 great years together out of your 14 years on earth. I miss your energy and the character that you were. You're now with those in the pack you first met when I brought you home, Satch, Sasha and Flame. You completed my family. You are always my "Mad-dog" and I'd do anything to have you back. I can only hope the pain I am feeling right now will subside and I look forward to meeting you again at the Rainbow Bridge. I love you.

Feb. 25, 2022 I brought you home today, Maddie. You are with all the pups who went to the Bridge before you. I put your dish, your leash and collar and an imprint of your paw with your ashes. It still hurts so much to know you are no longer here with me. When I feed the others I always put your empty bowl where I always put it in getting the food ready for you. The void is huge and I can't change that. I think that's what hurts most right now. I miss your nightly walks and how you took your time checking out all the smells you detected. You were one-of-a-kind and I wish you were still here with me now.

Mar. 19, 2022 I just decided to write to you again to tell you how much I miss you. You were my little girl and I can't believe you're gone. There are so many things I see that remind me of you that the idea of "time cures all" just isn't working. I feel so bad every time I think of you not being here anymore. I hope, somehow, you knew how much I loved you and how special you were to me. Rest now, Maddie, keep watch and wait for me.

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