Chloe.

Yes, she was the family dog. Chloe’s family just happened to include anyone she ever met.

Of course, she was loyal first and foremost to her clan.

But she loved and was loved by so many others. Friends, friends of friends, neighbors and whomever she met on the street that day. Chloe radiated calm and peace and acceptance and joy. So much joy.

 

She was unfailingly gentle with smaller creatures.

She looooooved her toys.

 

She loved her siblings of every species.

Especially the Tart. Soho is lost without her.

We are lost without her, too. She was always on the kitchen step. Always next to our bed. Always in the back seat of the car. Always right next to us. Always.

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The CE called her his wingman. No walk will ever be the same without her.

 

So much sadness. So many tears. She tried, up to the last moment, to be there for us. So much heart. Such a good, good, girl. She will be loved and missed forever.

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“In one of the stars I shall be living

In one of them I shall be laughing

And so it will be as if all the stars were laughing

when you look

at the sky all night”

The Little prince

Antoine de Saint Exupery

 

 

 

 

 

About polloplayer

Empty nester searching for meaning of life through the occasional chicken epiphany.
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8 Responses to Chloe.

  1. dizzyguy says:

    Such a dear, sweet creature. We will not see the likes of her again.

  2. Christi (Cat) says:

    I knew you would do her justice in your tribute, but you captured her unique living nature beautiful wit loving words and great photos!

    Loved her! Rip sweet Chloe❤️

    Love,
    Christi

  3. Julia says:

    Chloe will be missed by all. So many sweet photos! To know her was to love her!

  4. Katherine says:

    Pure heart and love. I miss her so my heart goes out to you and your family who must be bereft. Just a blessing to know her.❤️🐶❤️

  5. Jessica says:

    Even though I saw her less and less after my moves out-of-state, she always remembered me and gave her unconditional love…I miss her dearly. She had a wonderful life and will be missed by many. xoxo

  6. citymama says:

    I don’t know how I missed this earlier, but what a tribute. And to see her with all of her flock and loved ones: even Tiny and Buster. Rest easy, Wingwoman. Tell my boy I love him….A

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