Mea was not even a year old before I had to let her go. She was my little companion and it makes me tear up to this day.

Every day my dogs remind me of Mea. Sometimes I see a glimpse of her in my dog Kabella. I want to make a change in this world and use my unconditional love that Mea taught me to help those pets in need.

Mea will always have a place in my heart and will never be forgotten. RIP Mea.

- Shelbie


Mea was my very first dog. When I held her at two weeks old I fell in love with her instantly. As she grew older we would do everything together. She was my little companion. At a point in my life I had to make some drastic changes so I sent her to live with my papa who I knew would care for her deeply until I could bring her back home with me.

Mea was a special dog. She had this way of teaching you what unconditional love was. You couldn't help but fall in love with her once you met her.

In August of 2012 I got a call from my papa that Mea was sick and that he was taking her to an emergency hospital. When Mea got to the doctor, she was diagnosed with kidney failure. I raced to the hospital to see her but when I arrived there was only one option and that was to euthanize her. My heart broke. She was my everything and I felt so bad that I didn't get to spend enough time with her. As I laid on the floor with her in her final minutes she gave me a look telling me it was ok to let go, it was her time. I wasn't ready to let my little girl go but there was no other way. She passed peacefully.