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Rest in Peace, Kosmo

Yesterday our sweet old man, Kosmo Kramer, went to the big dog park in the sky. He was the sweetest, cuddliest of our three puppers. He loved his humans and his humans loved him SO SO SO much. We miss him dearly and remember him so fondly. I’m just going to leave some pictures in memory of him today. ❤️

“To call him a dog hardly seems to do him justice, though inasmuch as he had four legs, a tail, and barked, I admit he was, to all outward appearances. But to those who knew him well, he was a perfect gentleman.” – Hermione Gingold

10 thoughts on “Rest in Peace, Kosmo

  1. I am so sorry about Kosmo. It hurts my heart. We went through this with our 16-year-old dachshund Nik in May 2018 and it was a heavy, heavy weight. Had him from the time my youngest was four til age twenty. The vet said Nik had no way to say he’s hurting, and that she couldn’t fix this and this and this … but it was peaceful. Kosmo knew he was loved. He fully lived his mission of loving his humans. Dogs are so full of love that I believe they have souls (there, in those eyes – who could doubt?) Sweet boy – he suffers no more – peace to you and your family. On a little lighter note: We once had a bird named Kramer – a cockatiel – we named it for the way the feathers stood up on its head like Kramer’s in Seinfeld. Kramer turned out to be a girl – she laid an egg!

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