Welcome to Molly's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
Memories of Molly
Molly the day I met you, you were the most excitable young dog. You came right up to me and planted a sloppy kiss on my face. Life took a different turn for you the next day. You lived for a few months at the vets unable to walk, stand up, or do normal things dogs could do. I remember hearing the vet say there was nothing more they could do for you, and it was time to let you go. My heart broke into a million pieces that night. You weren't my girl but I loved you. I would come to work early just to spend time with you, and hand feed you. I mentioned to a coworker that I would be willing to bring you home for Christmas because I didn't want your owners to have to make that horrible decision during the holidays. Thankfully they agreed. I had no clue how to take care of you, but I was not about to give up. Watching you try every day made my heart grow stronger. You were the most amazing girl. The day you took your first steps on your own were the most amazing. I got to watch you run for the first time, go up stairs on your own and down them on your own for the first time. You were a survivor. Your body still had problems because of the paralysis. It left you prone to UTI's and we had to have two surgeries and I thought I was going to lose you after the first one, but you pulled through like the amazing strong girl you were. April, Brandi, Lewis, Sammy, Hunter, Einstein, and Peaches knew you were special. They loved you unconditionally. I loved watching Brandi giving you kisses on your nose. The littles just loved to tease you. You were so patient. I know how hard you wanted to play, but your body wasn't allowing you. When they told me you had cancer my whole world fell apart. I was in tears and even then you knew how to comfort me. I thought we had it beat when you had the amputation. How wrong I was. That horrible cancer came back with a terrible vengence. I couldn't save you.. I so much wish the cancer was mine and not yours. You deserved a beautiful life. I don't know why God chose to do that to you, but I will never forgive him. The most amazing girl who just was the calmest, most loyal and loving girl was being taken from me. I want you to know that because of you all the other dogs got to have a better life because you changed me. You made me want to do better and be better. I could calm down whenever you were near. You were my saviour. I love you like I have never loved anyone in my life. I would have died for you. The night Rob hit me because of me bringing you home you were the one who made me learn to stand up for myself and made me fight for you.. I was not about to give up. You were the best thing in my whole life. Molly I wanted your last week to be special, but I couldn't give it to you, that damned cancer decided it was your time. God decided that your sisters needed you. I am so sorry. I am so sorry I couldn't do better by you. I would have done any treatment to get you better. I am sorry I couldn't do that for you. Please forgive me. I love you so much. I was selfish. I should have found you a good home with people who could have taken better care of you. and given you everything you needed to fight this cancer, but I needed you. I couldn't imagine my life without you. Even now I don't know how I am going to go on without you. Molly please give your sisters Brandi and April and your brother Lewis a big hug for me, tell them I love them. One day I will be with you all again. Until that day my most beautiful girl, you run free from pain. Do as many zoomies as you can, swim as much as you want. You deserve to enjoy all this.. I love you my girl. Now and forever. Never forget that. You are my mollybird, babygirl, mollydoodle and my princess. Ps I will bring some slippers of mine so you can run in the yard with them. I am going to miss seeing one shoe from a pair all over the yard.. I think you left about 6 different shoes out there for me to find.. you clever girl
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