Nancyj Posted November 2, 2012 Share Posted November 2, 2012 Lindy has been gone six weeks. For some reason, it seems like forever since I held her and breathed in the last scent of her. I've not put away her bed or toys or even her food and water bowls. Yesterday, we went to visit the breeder who has the father to our daughter's puppy, Allie. He and his lovely wife, show their Cairns, so they were all absolutely georgeous. They had six from various ages and every one of them stole our hearts. They were sweet, smart, loving, wanted to give us constant kisses. We interacted with them for 1.5 hours and the time flew by way too quickly. Ray and Linda were "made" to raise and show Cairns. I couldn't stop chattering to my husband all the way home and througout the evening about those dogs!! They are thinking of selling the six year old female, who has given birth to some show dogs over the years and was a show dog herself. She sat on my lap and gave me a facial several times. We have always had puppies because it gives us longer time with them and we still want a puppy, but if they haven't found an ideal place for her by spring, I would throw caution to the wind and take her, also. After doing day care for my grand dog, Lindy's litter mate for a number of years, two would fit very nicely into our home. We are on the list for when they have a litter of puppies this spring. My emotions over losing Lindy are still too painful, but each day does get less painful. Hopefully, but spring I will be ready to open my heart to a new puppy. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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