We can never love them enough
Part of being a pet photographer as the years go by is loss. Every once in awhile a client contacts me to share that their sweet baby has gone to heaven. The loss of my own dog brought me to my knees not so long ago. Fifteen years of faithful unconditional love. There are no words to explain the void you feel when they are gone. The house becomes so quiet. A haunting quiet that reminds you ever second of the day that your best friend is gone. When my Timber passed away I had hundreds and hundreds of pictures of her and our life together. And it is those pictures that keep her memory alive. As time passes our memory fades. But portraits are forever. A moment in time , a memory that lasts forever. Every client whom has ever lost a pet has said the same thing to me. " I am so glad that we had professional pictures taken, they will be cherished." If I do nothing more in this world I know that I have for sure made a difference for those who love their pets
A pet is never truly forgotten until it is no longer remembered.
– Lacie Petitto
Rest in peace Ceaser - You left a paw print on my heart and all those who love you. You will never be forgotten.
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