I normally don’t post much personal stuff here, but some you reading this blog know me well, have been to my home, and have met our retired racing greyhound Broadway. We rescued Broadway nearly seven years ago and he was closing in on his 12th birthday, but we had to say goodbye to him today. He had developed blood clots on his aorta and back area, preventing blood flow to his rear legs. He was in a lot of pain, but is now free from suffering.
I often called him The Hound Noir, even though he didn’t express much interest in watching film noir, as evidenced in the photo above. Oddly enough, he perked up the most for Westerns… Broadway suffered a severe stroke nearly a year ago and my wife and I both felt we were given an extra year with him. He recovered well, gaining most of his strength up until a couple of weeks ago. I watched at least a couple hundred movies with Broadway during the last year or so. Watching movies won’t be the same without him. Life won’t be the same without him. If you have a pet, love ’em lots. Never take them for granted, thank God for them, and cherish every moment. I know we did.