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The Only Time … Thus Far

12 Jul

Why do I have a photo of my sweetie pie all wet? Ever heard of exploding diarrhea?

I’m guessing I need say no more, but this was the hardest part of the cleanup job:
getting this munchkin shiny again while trying not to upset her more.

Although she much needed the bath, and she did feel much better when she was dry, she forgave me in only a couple of hours. Not many have forgiveness that works so quickly! But this photo was taken before the forgiveness occurred, as her face can only tell you for sure.

Moral of the Story: If a sick, miserable, and then torchered furry friend can forgive within minutes (even triple digit minutes), then how can we take so long to forgive each other? (Yes, I too am guilty of failing to forgive quickly. Dear Lord, please help me do better! Amen!)

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Posted by on July 12, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

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2 responses to “The Only Time … Thus Far

  1. grannyandthebaldguy

    July 12, 2013 at 11:10 am

    wonderful lesson and ali jumps in the tub with me so giving her a bath is very easy.

     
    • Humor Happens

      July 12, 2013 at 6:58 pm

      What a good kitty you have! Mine are good, but not with being IN water. 🙂

       

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