Leah was the most loving animal. She loved any new person to walk through the door and loved any animal that came with them. She always could tell who was having a bad day and always sat next to them to cuddle or lay. She was the best comfort animal. Leah also liked going outside. In September, she wondered outside and ran for it. She was gone for three days before returning. She had leaves in her fur and dirt everywhere, but she was happy. Every time I had the door open, I’d watch her go out and eat or sniff the grass. It was hilarious. She lived a long life, a life that I am thankful to have been apart of. The night before she passed, I kept telling her that it was okay, and that she can let go. Now she’s gone, and I know that where ever she is, she’s having fun. I just want her to know that she can go outside now and that I’ll love her till the end of time.
I love you more than life itself Leah, and I’m so thankful I had you in my life for as long as I did.