Sadie coming into my life was an unintended consequence that ultimately improved my life for the better and provided much emotional support . I noticed an orange and black striped creature in a crate where I was completing paperwork to adopt Murphy. She was in the fetal position and I could not tell if she was a cat, dog, or tiger. She had very beautiful brindle coat. I asked the attendant what she was, and she said a female dog. I asked what was the matter with her, as she didn't even show her face the entire time I was seated next to her. She said "nothing, she just needs love". I said I can do that! I would take her too! I went home with Murphy and this little girl that we named Sadie.|
For some time, Sadie was shy and timid. But once she realized she was in a safe place, she became a loving, very social princess who never met a stranger. She was always there for me through the death of my Mom, Murphy's passing, several moves, several jobs etc. She always made sure my day started off with a big smile and wagging tail. The one who was introduced to me as "needed love" actually provided so much love. Thank you Sadie for being my support when I was upset, my comfort when I was sad, my company when I was lonely, and my joy everyday for 13 years.
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