Passing of my Dog Hapa

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Passing of my Dog Hapa

HapaLast Monday Feb. 27, 2012 my lovable dog Hapa passed away. He was 13 yrs. old.

I adopted him exactly 2 yrs. ago. He was with me when my mother who died last March of Alzheimer's & kidney failure, she was 86 yrs. old. I was her caregiver for 6 yrs.

Hapa was so loving and compassionate to all who came across his path.

Everyone always said he made them feel loved and appreciated. I know without a shadow of a doubt he was sent to me from God and was my "Guardian Angel". He comforted me during my mother's illness and death.

I am a Christian and an Intercessor for my Life Group in California.

We pray weekly for the needs of others and have seen God move in miraculous ways answering their prayers. After Hapa passed I prayed that the Lord would give me a sign that he was ok and in Heaven.

I kept his special blanket wrapped over a pillow on my bed after he passed to give me comfort. I would touch the pillow every night to give me comfort because it reminded me of him. 5 days after Hapa passed I woke in the middle of the night and the blanket was besides my bed on the floor. I placed it at the end of my bed near the wall. There is no way it could have fallen off the pillow it was wrapped in. I knew that was a sign from God that Hapa was with him and I have nothing to fear or be sad any longer.

The Lord has always comforted me my entire life. He is the same today yesterday and tomorrow. I glorify his holy name and greatful he loves me so much to give me this precious sign that he is taking care of my precious dog & friend. I know I will see him again one day in Heaven and rejoice and enjoy eternity with him and the rest of my loved ones.

I praise him for his mercy & grace each day.

God Bless

Phyllis