Life and death…Carry on.

‘Why did they kill Excalibur? He wasn’t to blame for anything’: Husband of Spanish nurse who recovered from Ebola says she is distraught to learn her dog was put down

Javier Limon (pictured with Excalibur), has said his wife, Ebola survivor Teresa Romero, is heartbroken that their beloved dog was put down when she was quarantined.

Waiting for his master who will never come home: Murdered Canadian soldier’s forlorn dogs look out for his return after he was gunned down by Muslim convert gunman

A day after the 24-year-old Canadian reservist and single dad was gunned down in Ottawa on Wednesday, his forlorn dogs could be seen peering out from his family’s home in Hamilton, Ontario. Nathan Cirillo was devoted to his animals, posting image after image of him grinning beside them to his Instagram feed. Friends also recounted the story of him recently finding an abandoned, emaciated puppy that he nursed back to heath and then re-homed. Cirillo, who was shot dead as he stood guard at the National War Memorial outside the Canadian Parliament on Wednesday, also leaves behind a six-year-old son.

In Spain a woman who survived morns for her friend.   In Canada a dog waits for a friend who will never return.  In my opinion, both were preventable.


About On the North River

Forty years toiled in the Tel-com industry, married for 36 years widowed at sixty-one. Tea Party supporter. Do like to kayak, cook, take photos, bike, watch old movies and read.
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