10/17/2008Our home is so empty without our precious Rex, he loved to chase the squirrels out back every day. He had a way of communicating with my seemed like he was trying to talk to him. In the winter if 2008 my daughter found him in an old shed behind her home...he was about 6 weeks old. He was covered in hard mud, shivering and so pitiful. We named him Rex..because he was Rescued. Apparently somebody abandoned him, she took him in and gave him a bath in the kitchen sink. He was a little cream colored fur ball, she had him given to her neighbor. She called me about him, and I came over to see him...he stole my heart. From that night on...he has been by my side. He had a lot of health issues, so we decided to let him cross the Rainbow Bridge 🌈. I know he isn’t suffering anymore and that is helping me with my grief . Dr Dan was so compassionate, he gave my family plenty of time to say our goodbyes..I can’t say enough about Lap of Love....they are wonderful. Rest in Heaven dear Rex... we Love you and miss you so much ❤️Clara ColeIndianapolis, IndianaJanuary 17, 2020
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