Rest in Peace Murphy

10 May

This weekend we lost our beloved family dog, Murphy, to cancer. He’s been a dear companion to my parents and like a member of our family. He was clever, kind, playful, and always happy to see you.

As we walked up the path to my parents’ front door on Sunday, his nose prints still marked the windows in the entrance. He used to eagerly await our arrival, pressing his face up against the window, bursting with excitement to greet us with his puppy-like enthusiasm. We’ll miss his companionship, but we’ll always keep him in our hearts.

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