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Dogs undoubtedly become a part of our families, and our hearts, usually within hours or minutes of bringing them into our homes.
They’re more than just a ‘pet,’ they’re our buddies, our best friends, and our silent support.
Whether you’re a man, a woman, young or old, these dogs that come into our lives usually turn out to be the best four-legged creatures we’ll ever meet. Sometimes even surpassing many two legged people we may know and love.
And all of this means, that when it’s time to say goodbye to our beloved pups, it’s just as hard as saying goodbye to one of our ‘human’ family members.
We had to put my dog, Ruby, down because of all of her medical issues, leaving her weeping and in pain. That was one of the hardest moments of my life.
But, in the end, it’s always better to put your loved ones out of pain, and hope that they’re happy again in another life.
Looking back on the memories and good times can get you through any sad day thereafter. For Kelly O’Connell those memories will last forever in amazing photography because some of her dog, Charlie Bear’s last days were during her wedding celebration.
He was diagnosed with a brain tumor at 15 years old, and O’Connell knew, she would someday lose ‘her person,’ as she called him.
O’Connell had her sister, and maid of honor, Katie Lloyd carry her large black lab down the aisle on the day of the wedding.
The emotions captured in the photos are absolutely raw, and heartbreaking, but so beautiful. Everyone can relate to a moment like this, and although it was a bittersweet moment, I’m sure that O’Connell loved being able to have Charlie Bear there.
Please SHARE this beautiful story with everyone you know, in memory of Charlie Bear!
A reddit user came up with the idea of what animals would look like if they had eyes at front. He uploaded a pigeon. It was a pigeon with eyes on the front of its head rather than as normal ones. Enlivened by this, Mashable thought of more amusing Photoshops of creatures with eyes where they shouldn’t be, and now we’ve chosen to develop this option set of all animals significantly further. Be that as it may, the rundown isn’t finished until you’ve sent us your own particular pictures, so put those Photoshop abilities to great utilize and send us your absolute best creature rotations!
#1 Shark. Not so scary anymore
#2 Pigeon. He looks like he finally understands all the poop he’s been leaving on my car every morning!
#3 Goat. Have you ever realized they have such a large forehead before?
#4 Giraffe. A sad giraffe.
#5 Dolphin. Damn it’s scary. Scarier than a front eyed shark.
#6 Bunnies aren’t quite so cute when they’re eyeballing you.
#7 Fawn. (Putin is that you?)
#8 Red Oranda (My life in one image)
And now you are wondering why some animals have eyes that face sideways? Well the reason is simple – survival of the fittest. Animals with front-facing eyes have a greater need to judge depth and distance. Whereas those whose eyes face sideways tend to be prey animals – they need to be able to see predators coming at them from the sides as they graze. So they need peripheral vision.
Comments on reddit were even funnier. Someone wrote: “Looks like every drawing of an animal I ever did as a kid.” Well this is very true.
We thank the reddit user who came up with this brilliant idea. Leave your comments below. How does front eyed animals make you feel?