Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Goodnight, my Boogie1

Hubby hurried back to the car perplexed. I didn't hear Boogie's bark. I stepped down and heard hubby said my dog was dead. I went where my poor dog was and I saw him lying down lifeless. I cried. I can't believe he was gone. I remember I told him that I will have an extra time to play for him along with the other dogs, but he left me confused why it happened.

Hubby checked his dead body if he has wounds that led to his death, but we didn't find one. Hubby's driver told us maybe someone poisoned our dog.

Boogie was only three years old. I never thought he will leave us this early. We left him healthy and it is sad to know why some people manage to harm him that way.

I miss him. I miss his barks. I miss the way we have our "high-five" session. I miss his bath session. I miss his smell. I miss everything. In fact, our neighbours miss him as well. We were advised that next time we will put nets at the back of our fence so if someone wants to throw food with poison so it will not go directly to our dogs. Moreover, we were warned also to be vigilant maybe someone is maliciously interested to enter our roof that is why it happened.

Hubby buried Boogie somewhere in Sarangani. We visited him again the following morning before we headed to Davao that day. As I was fixing our things, I invited Boogie to come with us because he can now join us any time. I thought maybe he wants to go home in his hometown where he originally lives. I don't know if you will believe me, but when we were heading to Davao, our mini-pinscher was barking aggressively at the back of our pick-up. It was unusual. I was still crying inside the car, then I saw a cloud-formed image like Boogie. I tapped my husband and he saw it as well. The dark sides of the cloud were like his head and his body because he was a black-masked Belgian Mallinois. The tail looks like Boogie's tail, too. It was like he was running in his wide playground. I felt the relief in my heart that time.

I'm sure our Boogie1 is now happy in heaven. Even if our moments our short-lived Bogs, but you gave us memorable moments that we will always remember. I love you so much B1. Until we meet again.


  1. This is heartbreaking but they say dogs have a special place in heaven.

  2. I could relate to this. rest in peace boogie.

  3. Boogie1 please extend our hi to our Bunny, Tisay and the rest of our dogs in heaven.


  4. This design is spectacular! You obviously know how to keep a reader amused. Between your wit and your videos, I was almost moved to start my own blog (well, almost...HaHa!) Excellent job. I really loved what you had to say, and more than that, how you presented it. Too cool! yahoo mail login