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September 20, 2006


Gina Sanders

I also had a dog for along time growing up. My dad decided to buy a grocery store in another state and said we were moving. Our dog, a boston terrier was a bit older and could feel something was going on. He went out one morning and never came back. We had to move without ever finding him. I'll always remember my dog Maggie so many years later.

Prof. ML Pandit

We too had a pet dog, Foxy, funny and good hunter. she had become an inseperable part of the family. Her love and affection had no human parallel. She showed it even when u were upset only to lighten ur burden of sadness and depression. The story is long but I wonder if all creatures spoke the same language, how better our lives would have been. Our pets are desperate most of the time because we can not understand their gestures fully. Nor can they.Let us pray one day it would be possible for our technology to devlop a language guide to enable us to understand each gesture of our loved pets.

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