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Rainbows

Doug and I are truly grateful that we both were able to be at home with Biscuit as he transitioned to his next life.  Just minutes before Biscuit passed away, as he laid in my lap and in my arms, I noticed a white heart shape marking in his fur on the bottom portion of his neck, shown below.  Biscuit was shaved in this area from his recent surgery and we had not noticed this marking since his drain and his cone were both removed last week.  I am grateful for seeing this heart marking on Biscuit.  Perhaps it is a sign of Biscuit’s mutual love for us before he said good-bye for now.  We know Biscuit did everything he could to stay with us for as long as he did.  In fact, Biscuit’s strength was quite remarkable given his circumstances.  He was always a very persistent little guy.  At times, I think that he was stronger than us.

“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched — they must be felt with the heart.” ~Hellen Keller

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Additionally, on the evening Biscuit passed away, Sunday, July 7, 2013, during the time of our usual evening walk with Biscuit, Doug and I witnessed on our walk together, a beautiful and breathtaking bright orange and pink sunset like no other sunset we had ever seen before.  Perhaps it was Biscuit telling us, in his own way, that he was OK and that we would be OK.  Doug and I also observed two rainbows during Biscuit’s final days.  (In retrospect, I wish that I had photographed this magnificent sunset; however, at the time, our emotions were very raw).

Further and very interesting, Carol Guth, who heads the Sheltie Haven Sheltie Rescue, Inc., the rescue organization where Biscuit resided prior to us rescuing and adopting him, shared with me that she saw double rainbows outside her home on the evening of Sunday, July 7, 2013, the day Biscuit passed away, which appeared just prior to sunset.   She was so moved by the rainbows that she photographed them and she sent me the images of the beautiful rainbows shown below.  We are very grateful that we received these rainbow images.  We have faith that Biscuit is waiting for us at the rainbow bridge.

We believe that these above observations and occurrences are positive and beneficial signs for all of us.

“I have been in Sorrow’s kitchen and licked out all the pots.  Then I have stood on the peaky mountain wrapped in rainbows, with a harp and a sword in my hands.” ~Zora Neale Hurston

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*The above images are courtesy of Carol GuthSheltie Haven Sheltie Rescue, Inc.
One Comment Post a comment
  1. Beautiful words reflecting on a beautiful, mutual love.

    Wonderful Z. N. Hurston quote, too.

    July 16, 2013

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