**VIEWER WARNING** If you do not like -Sad- videos that have truth to them, do not watch them. This video is meant to spread word, not make you giggle and laugh from an animal's pain. I made this video in memory of all the innocent animals that end up going to shelters because their owners don't want them or because they were abused. People don't realize that 56% of dogs and 71% of cats that get taken to shelters die because no body wants them. Please if you liked this video then rate i and comment on it. I would highly appreciate it.
Significant? Insignificant? A dead dog. Call it what you please.
A comforting song written in Memory of special pets who have touched our hearts and enriched our lives. I hope my song and video will bring comfort to all who are suffering the loss of a pet. Feel free to share my video link with your friends and/or family. To obtain an mp3 download, a CD recording, a DVD of this video production, a lyric sheet, or a chord chart, visit my official website at http://www.libbyallensongs.com Click on this link if you would like to hear the original female vocal version of my song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3COrHRJuo9Y CREDITS: "Rainbow Bridge" Words and Music by: Libby L. Allen, Copyright 2010 Vocals by: Bobby Kennedy Video Production by: Libby L. Allen, Copyright 2013 Special thanks to friends who contributed photographs for my video production. Photo Credits: Libby Allen Kristi Boniella Craig Brown/Lori Forrester Lee Howell HSUS Kathy Kelly Terri Norman Sarah Schauer Ken Tyson ABOUT THE SONG: I wrote the song, "Rainbow Bridge" back in 2010 after the loss of my beloved cat, Cheddar. I rescued Cheddar from an abandoned house and had several wonderful years with him before I lost him to cancer. When Cheddar died, a friend gave me a copy of the popular "Rainbow Bridge" story/poem. The story/poem gave me great comfort. I was inspired by the original Rainbow Bridge story to create my song, "Rainbow Bridge" using my own words. I married the lyrics to a beautiful melody and created orchestration with a melodic blend of piano and harp music. My beloved "Cheddar" appears in this video, along with my horse, "April". I also took the "horses on the hill" photo that appears at the end of my video. I snapped that shot 2 days ago, just before uploading the video, and knew when I took the photo that it would be used in this memorial tribute. :) I hope my song and video will be a blessing to you and give you comfort if you are suffering from the loss of a pet as well as reassurance that we will one day see our pets again in Heaven. Libby http://www.libbyallensongs.com
I'll See You Again is the 13th track in Westlife's latest album (Where We Are 2009) the song is really emotional and very powerful... talks about how a person feels after a death of a loved one...
"The Day Your Cat Died" is one of poem from pacific northwest poet, Ariel, and her Waiting Room Collection. Please feek free to view the rest of the collection at http://waitingroomcollection.blogspot.com/.