Welcome to Paco's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
Memories of Paco
I cannot express my love for this little pumpkin. He came into my life after my mother passed away. In fact she always told me that she was going to get me a lap dog. So two days after her funeral my son found Paco on the street. We really think Mom sent him to me. He became the biggest lap dog one would ever know. I am at loss for words to describe him and am at loss for the grief I feel. I will never be able to replace him. He brought much joy into my life. About a year and a half ago he developed diabetes and from that moment on he developed heart problem. allergy problems and a iron deficiency. I guess everyone accepted that he wouldn't be around much longer but not me. He got where he couldn't walk and I felt if I had his knee operated on he would be whole again. Well he died because of a blood clot and I hope he knows that I would have not had the surgery if I didn't want him better and around. Everyone told me that Paco had me under his control he would bark and I would jump. They were probably right because I love that little dog and would do anything for him at all costs. My prayer is that he is up there with Mom looking over him. Paco you will always be in my heart and I pray someday that I will be reunited with you when God calls me home too.
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