In Memory of My DogDharma — Otis

To fully understand this post, you may want to go back and read What Happened to the Rabbits (And Other Mysteries…) and The True Story of Dog Dharma.  Poor little Otis.  If I do what I do, part of it is in her precious memory, and my wife’s cruel words, “Your dog has been destroyed.

This is just a short clip of Otis in her first weeks in England.  Sadly, my wife would not even return her leash to me.  But I have the memories and I have the truth to tell, and I’m telling it.  When you watch the video, notice that the rabbit hutch I mention is still against the house, beneath the window.

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6 Responses to In Memory of My DogDharma — Otis

  1. Sheila says:

    Otis such a lovely little dog Terry it must hurt like hell when you watch this video!….If only we knew what was ahead of us.

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  2. DogDharma says:

    It hurts like heck, Sheila. Otis was so happy to be getting all that attention, not knowing what fate would befall her. As you can see, she was healthy and full of joy, and her greatest thrill was having someone throw balls for her. She loved the new smells and sounds, and things could have gone so very differently. I feel awful for not heeding my intuition about things that were very wrong, had only I known what was to come… ❤


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