You cared enough to stop

This is to the caring lady who had the misfortune to run into our little Pomeranian dog. Please don't feel guilty tha
Sandusky Register Staff
May 9, 2010

 

This is to the caring lady who had the misfortune to run into our little Pomeranian dog.

Please don't feel guilty that it was you that was chosen to do this. If this was destined to happen, my wife and I are grateful it was a caring, compassionate person as you.

I'm sorry for any grief you may suffer from this. Please forgive yourself, it was not your fault.

We feel that everything that happens is for a purpose, whether we understand it or not. You said you are an animal lover. That makes you a special person in our eyes. Some people would have kept going as if nothing had happened, but not you. You asked me if you could do anything. That meant a lot to me, as Arnold (his name) was "my little buddy". He was so full of energy that he just took off after a squirrel and didn't have any regard for what may happen.

He will always live in our hearts and you will remain in our thoughts and prayers that time may ease your feelings about this. God bless and take care of you, as we know he is Arnold. Jan. 11, 2007, will always be special to us.

Tom Richter

Sandusky