9th February 18:27
SAS hunk looking for some man2man action in Brisbane (divorce down heart)
I believe they come to us when we most need them and I believe they choose
us rather then we them :-) We can learn a lot from the animals we have
around us (I had sheep for a while and it was a wonderful experience). I
lost my faithful friend Rusty (Rotty) on an Easter morning a few years back.
He was my companion during a messy divorce and about three years of huge
flashbacks. I didn't think any animal could 'replace' him. None have but
each has it's own way into your heart during different times in your life.
We now have Spike (1/2 rottie and the other half a little Newfoundland,
husky and timber wolf) and last year we gave Orphan "Annie" (Rottie) a home
after someone tired her to a tree in the forest in Vermont. She's adjusting
quite well. Spike was not 'planned' and frankly I was determined not to
keep any from that litter and the mother was going to be spayed. Spike had
other plans it seems and not only whittled down my resistance but also that
of my friend and companion. Shortly both Spike (age 3 months) and I ( age
hummmmmmm) made our way to Canada where we reside now. Spike can nod his
head 'yes' and vocalize 'I lovvvvvvvve youuuuuuuu'. And they do have so
much love to give!
If you'd like to see some pics they're at
The passing of our faithful friends is always so sad but I really think they
are a wonderful gift to us as we walk our paths through life.