There have been many writings on what people will do for love. Many writers have taken pen to paper to note the extravagant lengths they will go to for their one true love, for their children, even for their pets.
In fact, I’ve written many times on how much I treasure my own little furry guy. I’ve written about how he knows when I’m upset and will cuddle up to me, even nuzzle me when I’m crying. I’ve written about his seeming empathy for a dying prairie dog. I’ve written about the joys about coming home to him and seeing his excitement to have me there — finally.
I don’t ever think I’ve seen a story quite like the one I’m going to share, though. This is a love story, an intervention story, like I’ve never seen.
It made me laugh. It’s heartwarming and funny and silly all at once.
Lady “was really perky, and happy, and generally excited to see you when you came in the door every day,” recalls Andrew Mirsch.
But that was before the Mirsch family moved into a new house.
“We noticed Lady spending an awful lot of time down by the pond in our backyard,” Laura Mirsch recalls.
Lady would wander the area, disoriented and withdrawn, soporific and glassy-eyed.
Learn more about Lady. I highly recommend listening to the five minute audio. It is well worth the time.