We smile and laugh over memories of her escapades- from her arrival as a 5-week old puppy who was 1/3rd the size of the two cats in our home, to her self-appointed role as Queen of the Dog park, inspecting every inch of ground and dispensing Husky justice to unruly pups (both human and canine).
In quiet moments, I believe she still stops by to look in on us. There's a sense of her presence in the room, just out of my range of vision, I can feel her watching me. I love those moments. Can't wait till I see her again.
I make donations to Siberian Rescues on anniversaries, but this year's will be very special. There's a very brave and deserving boy who is in need of a Service Dog. His name is Alex Wales and his family is trying to raise $6500 in the next month. We're sending a donation in Star's name. (I hope you'll take a moment to "meet" him.)
I can't think of a better way to honor our girl. She had a special intuition for children and adults in need of canine love, and won many hearts with her gracious, gentle ways.
She is always and forever our beautiful Blue Moon Star. Love never ends...
Pat & JoJoe