Harriet is very missed in our house. I still find myself looking for her in her usual spots in our bedroom or on her favorite window sill. Her passing has left an unfillable void in our lives. But that does not mean that Connor and I can’t make more space in our hearts and our home for more love.
LAID BACK LIZZY is what they call me in these parts. I came here from Virginia for a change of scenery because I wasn’t having any luck there. Hard to believe, right? I am so sweet and loving and a joy to be around. I’m pretty quiet, too, sometimes you may forget I’m even there. I just need food, treats, a comfy dog bed, and love. Love is most important!
Connor and I have a dear friend named Betsy who we hadn’t seen in several months. She was coming over to our house for dinner to catch up. Since we’d last seen Betsy, she’d adopted a dog. She asked if she could bring her new companion with her. Happily, our Violet, Daisy, and Henry are generally accepting of visitors– both human or canine– so we said sure.
Meet Leo! You can call me lovable Leo if you like. I’m definitely a Beagle because when I howl, all the Beagles come running. I am a happy and social guy who loves everyone I meet. I am here with my friend Butter, who is also looking for a forever home.
I am very sad and very sorry to have to write this article. Connor and I said goodbye to our cat Harriet this past weekend. She was 16 years old and I can say without doubt that she brought an incredible amount of love and laughter to me over those 16 years.
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