Saturday, July 12, 2014


Liberty was a very good girl, and this is why:

When I was a little girl I loved Liberty. Liberty was a Border collie mix. (I think she was a mix) She was probably the funnest dog I ever met.When she is not looking she hits her face straight in to the wall, fall on her face when she is running and about to turn, and would talk. Liberty had one thing to say each and every day, "I WOV U!"

She would let me lay on her too. She loved to give out free kisses. Her kisses were probably the most slobbery kisses in the world.

Since she was a herding dog when ever Zoe (our dalmatian) would catch a ball Liberty would go CRAZY!! I thought that was funny. When it would be a school day I would ask Liberty, "Want to go to school?" and Liberty would jump on top of me like she would say yes. When I would  get out of the car to get to class, Liberty would bark.

But Liberty would had one problem, she couldn't stop fighting with our "alpha" Zoe. We spent a lot of money to fix Zoe. The fighting would get worse each time she would fight, she couldn't stop fighting. Liberty did it 4 times. We called the Vet and he said that it was time to put her down. We asked, "When do we have to do that?" He said the very next day. The second I heard that I went straight in to my room crying. so the next day we went to the vet. He put her in the back to put this medicine to make her sleep so she won't feel any pain. He brought her back in the room with a needle in his hand.

She was laying on a blanket when she was slowly put to sleep in front of me.

Then I went to school crying. I went in the art room where the rest of my class was. Everyone was gathering around me, trying to ask me what was wrong. They way they were asking me was like I was hurt. I was hurt. Letting Liberty go, she took part of my heart. I had a big hole in my heart.

I have this little stuffed animal that was a border collie. Since it looked like Liberty I named it after her. I bring that toy everywhere I go.

I still have flash backs of her.

We kept her ashes with a picture of her next to it in a shelf.

I think of her every day.

But we got Shannon to keep us happy. :)

And Zoe still loves her bubbles.

This was the day when we put Liberty down.


1 comment:

  1. I still miss her, too, Kat. She definitely was the funnest dog ever! I am looking forward to seeing her again--and I know I will!