Indigo ♥ In Most Loving Memory ♥

Mixed Breed | FEMALE | 2 YEARS OLD | AWESOME ALASKA, AK


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Thank you for remembering an angel today :)

5/7/2013

Indigo ♥ In Most Loving Memory ♥

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How We Met?

A little puppy named Lady by her dog mom's family (I changed her name to "Indigo" because as a little girl I had always loved that name and said it would by the name of my dog) came into the world on April 15th, 2005. She was the runt of the litter and the only one of her color; all her siblings were black and white. I think that is special, because she added color to my world. She was the most precious puppy there ever was. I loved her with all my heart and I spent so much time with her. She was my very best friend. As she grew up, we both learned a lot. I trained her to be a good girl, and she trained me to be patient. ;) My family and I lived on a beautiful island and Indigo got to run free on it all day. Through the ups and downs of my life, Indigo was always there...at least for the short time she was given to spend here on earth. One morning I woke up to find Indigo downstairs on the floor shaking uncontrollably. We thought maybe, for some strange reason, she had a chill, so we got the house nice and warm and bundled her up in blankets and snuggled with her. But it didn't help...Sometimes she would stop, and we all got our hopes up that she was going to be all better. But she didn't. Christmas day wasn't a jolly one. Indigo had always had so much fun tearing the wrapping paper off her presents, but now she needed help opening them. She didn't care what was in them anyway though. Someone gently pet Indigo and she let out a terrible squeal. It was hurting me so much to see her in such pain. My other dog, Peaka, had just had a life-threatening injury by running into something sharp and cutting her side open. She had a drain tube and tons of external & internal stitches. Something had gone wrong with her healing process. The drain tube wasn't working. The fluids that needed to come out weren't draining. So my dad and I took Peaka back to the vets in my dad's airplane (the only way to get to and from the village we lived in) but this time we brought Indigo too. Peaka was checked in first. I knew there was no guarantee that Peaka could be saved...And Indigo...My world fell apart in those painful moments of wondering if I would go home without both the dogs who were such a big part of my life and made a house home. After Indigo's exam, the vets were so sorry to tell me that Indigo had complete kidney failure and very painful ulcers all throughout inside her body...that is why she cried when touched. (Please read part 2 in "My favorite hang out spot")

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