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Paco has been a female Chihuahua mix, a senior dog. She has
passed away on February 13, 2018 due to a traumatic injury.
Paco is survived by her humans: Mama Lisa, Nanny Norma and Pappy
Kenneth along with her house-sister dog Mandy. She was
really close to her human cousin Sierra. Please keep Paco
and us in your positive thoughts, well wishes, and prayers.
Let me tell you a little about Paco. Just because she’s
awesome. She still is... somewhere beyond here.
Paco loved ear rubs most of all. Plus she’d see me coming
and roll over on her back for a belly rub. She was spoiled
beautifully and petted constantly.
Paco came to us when she wasn’t fully grown more than several
years ago. Paco wasn’t an official therapy dog. She
didn’t need a certificate to be who she has been to me. My
Everything. Paco was my main source of comfort and
companionship. These last two years I’ve barely spent more
than a few hours away from her at a time.
Paco has taught me to love completely in pure Light and perfect
Trust. No one else, just her. I didn’t think that I—or
any human being—had the capacity to love as much as I love Paco.
She loves me beyond measure in return. Ours is a love
that can’t be severed by death. It’s worth being written
about in poetry. Paco herself is pure Love.
Paco has always had a spiritual glow to her. In her
prime her Nanny and I would call Paco an Angel Dog. I guess
Paco couldn’t have stayed in this form forever. This is her
time to move on.
My sweet Paco. You’ve graduated from the flesh. Have you
gotten your wings yet? I bet you have! Good Girl
either way! Mama loves you, Paco. You are missed and
appreciated. Your life mattered, every moment of it. I
cherish every memory. Your death was not in vain.
Your legacy will live on. Every success I have from this
point on will be in your honor. I will live the life that
you have always wanted for me, the life you helped prepare me
for. I will share with the world the Love, Light and
Goodness that you’ve always seen in me. Thanks to you I can
now see it in myself.
Our family will show each other more Love and Kindness. Your death
has shown us how important our time together is. You will
always be one of us, the heart of our family. The jewel of
my heart. Go forward in Peace, Light and Love, my infant.
You’re the greatest! The earthly world is a better place
because you have been in it. We’ll see each other again, my sweet
Paco. But not today. Until then, know you’re always on
my mind and in my heart. I love you Paco!