Get your tissues ready before reading this short essay.
Written in 1940, this sweet, humorous, and touching essay is written from the viewpoint of Blemie, a beloved family dog. Blemie encourages his owners to remember him for the joy he brought to their lives; but more importantly he urges them to let him go. As Blemie says, dogs do not fear death.
"No matter how deep my sleep I shall hear you and not all the power of death can keep my spirit from wagging a grateful tail."
This little book is the perfect gift for anyone who has lost a pet. It brings tears but also laughter and encouragement.
Written by playwright Eugene O'Neill
10 pages in large font.