“Andrij the Orphaned Ukrainian Rescue Dog” : Chapter 25: Time to Say Farewell

We arrived in the land beyond to a great crowd of many we know who went to the land beyond. What a dream to see my master and mistress Boyka and Anatoli and our children Danilo and Daryna all killed in Russian missile attacks. What surprised me was a crowd of Russian soldiers mostly very young killed in action. They wanted to apologize to us saying they had no idea they were being manipulated in a brazen blitzkrieg plan to decimate Ukraine.  They all said my death was not in vain. Strange that in death freedom often follows. Good-bye dear readers.

Andrij says good-bye RIP

Hi it is Reggie. You have no doubt been reading my story “Reggie the Egyptian Rescue Dog”. My master Karim welcomed me with a bone crushing hug not like the last time I was at the doors of the land beyond where he sent me back to fulfill my destiny. You know I was told that my good friends Jill and Joe Biden were enraged with the bomb attack that killed me and hundreds others and in short order America was finally at war with the evil Putin and finally crushed that Vermin! The Canadian Parliament created a new statutory holiday “Canine Heroes”. The Pope mentioned our tremendous sacrifices in his address to the faithful. Nicole Kidman will be directing a documentary on my life. The Nobel Prize Committee has designated a special prize for children’s films promoting peace and understanding called The Reggie Peace Award. The great Ayatollah of Iran who I prayed with declared a day of mourning and phoned President Biden suggesting as a mark of respect for me they meet to promote peace between Iran and United States. And the big surprise was that Rottenwiler in Cairo that took a chunk out of me when in a starvation mode I tried to pike his food. He apologized profusely for his overly aggressive response. And I thanked him as in a strange way it set in motion a short but rich life. He was called Mustafa and we became best friends in the land beyond. Isn’t life and death strange.

Reggie has no regrets RIP

Hello all. It is Bosco here. We dogs all died together as we struggled against the barbarities of the world. Dogs are man’s best friends but cross us and cause pain and hurt to our fellow dogs and humans you have seen we can be the worst enemy man has known.

Bob and Dylan the Westie will miss you! RIP

Well it is Bob here. What you have read is a story of brave and courageous rescue dogs. Initially unwanted and unloved and threatened. Vile curs as Putin called them. These dogs have taught me they are far smarter than humans give them credit for. Don’t worry or cry for us. We are safe. Goodbye. Remember there is something very special about rescue dogs.

Published by Robert K Stephen (CSW)

Robert K Stephen writes about food and drink, travel, and lifestyle issues. He is one of the few non-national writers to be certified as a wine specialist by the Society of Wine Educators, in Washington, DC. Robert was the first associate member of the Wine Writers’ Circle of Canada. He also holds a Mindfulness Certification from the University of Leiden and the University of Toronto. Be it Spanish cured meat, dried fruit, BBQ, or recycled bamboo place mats, Robert endeavours to escape the mundane, which is why he has established this publication. His motto is, "Have Story, Will Write."

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