I never know about Loki before, nor I follow his daily life. But, upon seeing him and reading about his story, I cried and hurted my chest a lot.
He was so adorable, and he resembled my late Daisy and my current Miki. I felt a connection upon seeing him for the first time.
I know I am way too late of knowing him because I know him after his passing. The news of him having serious disease and was undergoing some harsh treatments hurted me so much.
When I read to the point that he passed away, a piece of me was torn away. I know I am Loki's nobody, and Loki didn't know me at all. But I felt the sentiment, I felt the loss, I know how it felt.
Which makes me wonder, why doggies' deaths are extremely painful for me?
For so many people?
One thing that I know perfectly, it is because doggies have pure heart. They love unconditionally. They love humans more than themselves.
I noticed this really well as I have been petting doggies since I was a baby. Doggies love us so much. No matter how sometimes we don't give them attention, sometimes we ignore them because we are busy with our worlds, sometimes we just have better things to do ourselves.
They always look upon us, wait for us to pet them.
For us, doggies might be part of our life.
For doggies, we are their whole life.
(Okay I won't make this post too long as I start to cry now)
So for dear Loki, I hope you can now happily run and play in paradise now. I hope you meet Daisy, Snowy, Bonnie, Bonbon, Coco, Pinky and Timtam. They were my precious doggies.
Have fun, we humans (and your parents Tim and Viv) miss you so much.
Sending you lots of love.
Also, lots of love from my Miki.
Okay, short post from me. Brb crying and hiding myself under the blanket.
Lots of love ♥