All about Rothy
Dogs are extremely sensitive animals and can feel many of the same emotions that humans feel. Although many seasoned dog owners already know this, newer dog owners are often surprised by the depth of some of the emotions that dogs can feel. We all know that dogs can be very happy creatures; their broad wagging tails give them away every time. But dogs are capable of feeling more complex emotions than just happiness. At the other end of the spectrum there is sadness and depression and dogs are capable of feeling these emotions. Perhaps there is no greater testament to this fact then when a dog’s owner or another dog from the household dies
- Maggie Barron
- Province, Country:
- ON, Canada
- Maine Coon MIx
- Date of Birth:
- 25 April 2000
- Date of Death
- Not Provided
- Coat Colour:
- Black/Brown Tabby
- Eye Colour:
This is my memorial for Rothy who I last saw the night of Saturday, October 19, 2002. He fell asleep on my chest that night. He went out to play in the back field the morning of October 24th and never came home.
I don't know if he's still alive or if he's dead but I miss him more than anything.
He was adopted by a friend I was living with on June 16, 2000 and lived with me in Ottawa until October of that year when he went to live at my parents' place in Munster.
He loved being an indoor/outdoor cat. Some nights I would go out and sit in the long grass and wait for him to come home. Sometimes I'd be out there searching for him past 2am.
He had a strange cute habit of suckling on people's earlobes, if they'd let him. I geuss he though he was still a kitten.
Little Rothy angel, wherever you are....I hope that you're happy and free of pain....I know someday that I'll see you again......
I love you Rothy!
"There are more than angels watching over me...I beleive....I believe"