Earlier today, Molly went to the Angels. She lost her battle with CHF and won Everlasting Life.
As I was going about my morning routine this morning, I heard Molly scream. In running to her I saw her aggressively and desperately licking her left leg. Not knowing what was going on, I rushed to pick her up and it was in that moment I knew something was very very wrong.
Molly’s back legs were paralyzed. At the moment she screamed she threw a clot which caused her hind quarters to become paralyzed. Yelling for my husband to come down from the second floor, I sobbed, “Call our Vet now! We must take Molly in right now to walk the Path of Mercy.”
We flew into action. Arrangements were made, we both got dressed, me keeping very close eyes on Molly. Sobbing, weeping, in shock … but knowing what we had to do I did not look back. Wrapping her in a towel and her afghan, we flew to our Vet’s office, with me so concerned that the paralysis would move up her spine to her lungs. Thank God that never happened.
This picture was taken by my husband just after Molly was sedated with a combination pain medication and anxiety medication, comparable to what we humans are given prior to anesthesia. It was then I picked her up again, holding her ever so close, as I wept and whispered in her ear, “Molly, Love is forever. It is forever and someday we will again all be together. I Love you, Baby Girl, with my whole Heart and Soul.”
When the time came to release her to Source, I tilted Molly’s head ever so gently so she could see my eyes as I held her close in my arms, with her head directly next to my Heart. She looked deep into my eyes with such Complete Love so profound I will never ever forget it. And as I saw her Spirit fly away, her transition was the most Peaceful, Gentle, Loving Transition I have ever experienced.
Molly is now free of her suffering.
Photography/ “Molly Is Free” 2015©AmyRose
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