The night of September 8th was a very hard one to get through. We lost a important family member to us.
Nanaki was my partner nonamecub and I's first dog together. Unfortunately we came into shitty living conditions that forced us to open up our eyes to the fact it wasn't fair for her to continue living with us since we no longer had the space we once had. We decided on the joint decision together that my partner's mom would be a good person to take her in. The timing was right too since her cat had just passed away. She needed someone, she needed a friend bad. I don't regret that decision and I never will because those two became inseparable. Years of two very happy beings. Best of friends.
When she called us up this past Wednesday evening I didn't know what to think at first upon the news of her passing. In a state of shock. Poor girl went to go lie down, slipped into a coma, and never woke up. I woke up that morning with my eyes crusted over due to the tears. Though my eyes were blind at first they are open enough to be grateful for three things in such a heavy time for all of her family. She went peacefully. The ten years she was with us encouraged her to simply be a happy dog. We have memories that will last forever.
I decided I needed to do something to pay a memorial to her. At first I thought I would put together a online photo album but the more I thought about it the more I decided I was capable of better. This video is proof of that which I'm pretty damn proud of considering it's my first ever attempt making something like this. My potential skills were driven by the love to not disappoint and I really wanted everyone to have something to remember her by.
That being said, before you view what I'm about to share.
Don't just "scroll" this. Comment. I want to know what you think. More importantly, share it please. I want others to know of her. I don't care if there a total stranger to me. I think more people should do things like this and I hope this encourages it.
For full experience:
PAWS (Pause) the video.
Read description first.
Full screen it.
Crank the speakers.
Pour one for our homie.