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Baby Girl Whose Pet Dogs Refused To Leave Her Bedside Dies


The heartbroken mum of the terminally-ill baby whose pet dogs refused to leave her side has announced that the little fighter didn’t make it. In a blog post entitled ‘Goodbye Nora’, Mary Hall movingly described her daughter’s tragic final moments. She blogged how her “sweet baby” passed away as she “sighed a little sigh and breathed the breath that was her last”.

Mary wrote:

“She died with her puppies at her feet and while being held close in the arms of her parents as they sang to her and caressed her and told her how very much they loved her. “She went without pain or fear.”


Five-month-old Nora died a day after her great-grandma whose life-support was turned off, the blog post revealed. The piece said the relative, named as Marilyn, “would be there in heaven, waiting for her with open arms”.
She wrote:

“We have returned home, to the place that is filled with so many happy memories of being a family with our Nora.

“Now, it feels so empty and alone. We feel like we are in a bad dream.

“We ache so much for our baby girl… We are so broken hearted; we never knew it was possible to hurt this much.”

She said her daughter was now “free from tubes and tests and pokes and procedures, but she has taken a large chunk of our hearts with her”.
She concluded:

“We love you, peanut. “Rest now, and watch over us until we can be together and hear your laugh and hug you and kiss you and hold you again.”

May her sweet innocent soul rest in perfect peace….Amen!

Source: Mirror Online

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