Gets a Medicare Jet-Setters Groovy Rating and a Tear to the Eye
Tinkerbell was the fairy in the Peter Pan story. During the movie, Tinkerbell started to die because nobody believed in her. The only way to save her was for the audience to clap, and it always worked.
Our Tinkerbell was also a very small dog with a tuft of fur on the top of her head who was so ugly it became cute. I never once saw anyone who wasn't charmed by her, and Tinkerbell was most willing to cuddle close to lock in her adoring fans. I even heard someone once say they didn't like dogs, but Tinkerbell would be the one to like if they did.
My granddaughter, Tiffney LaMunyon, was Tink's person. Tiffney spoiled her as all dogs should be, but on Monday was Tink's time to cross the rainbow bridge. I can see the animals and people who have already passed there to greet her and enjoy her charm in my mind's eye.
For many of us, part of our families have fur and four legs, scales, or fins. Whatever their shape or size, we love them. The smallest puppy can ease the anxiety of the biggest man or cure the loneliness of those who live alone. A dog or cat can teach a child responsibility and become best friends and confident as the child grows. If you think it might be time to have a four-legged friend of your own or add another to your household but still have doubts, the humane society is always looking for people to foster homeless pets. If you are ready, you can provide a forever home for the most loyal friend you will ever have.
A Medicare Jet-Setter shout out to Tinkerbell. Tinkerbell show the other animals in heaven what a Medicare Jet-Setter groovy dog is all about.