Velvet was adopted yesterday.
Carol came and took her for her new master. You can read about it here.
At first I didn't feel that sad. As in, bawling for the loss of one of my pup.
'Coz I mean, we have already decided a long time ago to give a few of them away, and also, it's only an animal.
But the minute I saw tears in my mom's eyes as Carol and hubby pulled away from the driveway and went to my dad's arm for comfort, I too started tearing involuntarily.
It's not only an animal. It's my puppy that I've witnessed its birth.
She's my baby.
But when Kay told me her new master decided to retain her name, I felt so much better. It feels like even though she is gone, she has brought a little part of us with her, and it will stay with her forever.(Melodramatic, I know.)
Plus her new master welcomed her with a collar!
So I'm convinced she's in good hands, and will be as loved as much as we did. Probably pampered even more ('coz you know, there's only one of her, not eight).
|Wong Plus 8|
But she will be definitely missed and remembered forever. Especially when all her other siblings are grown up and up to no good. We'll be wondering if Velvet too has captured the neighbours' chicken. Not like I'm implying anything that had happened recently.
|My last perfectly imperfect shot with Velvet|
And soon, the golden twins, Puput and Puggie will be adopted too.
Don't know if the separation will be as difficult and sad as Velvet, but I think my mom and I are stronger now. I think. Or we can just drop by their new masters house ('coz they live in the same hometown too) everyday to say hi.
Here's the last video of all of them attacking me with love.
And in the meantime, I still can have entertainment with the other pups.
Puppies, you will be dearly missed. And so will by my 198 followers.