I understand that everyone grieves in different ways. I still grieve the loss of my beloved Hannah. If I had not been prompted, I would not have looked for another pet for several months. My mother found the perfect addition for our family. She sent me the link and his precious, expressive eyes drew me in. My mom knew that I had to have another border collie or border collie mix. Hannah changed my life when she came into my world 16 years ago. My heart belongs to border collies and border collie mixes. I can't be without one for long because of how wonderful the breed is. Hannah showed me the love, brains, and activity level of the breed. I wouldn't have it any other way.
I still cry for Hannah. I sometimes feel guilty for adopting this sweet little thing so soon, but I don't regret it. And I do love this little stinker.
See, there will never be another Hannah. Each pet is unique in their own ways. There are so many animals who have been abandoned, abused, neglected, or relinquished, that I couldn't let one sit in a shelter when there was space in our home.
Without further comments, here's our new pup.