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Thank you for this kind comment, Talia. If Kenny is occupying and animating an energy field somewhere, I’m sure he sometimes scandalizes and generally delights his neighbors. Indeed an individual.
Yes I miss do him. Kenny was an atheist, as you know. Yet, Catholics believe all who depart on Christmas Eve will go straight to heaven. He would bosh! And that’s putting it politely.
Had he been alive when your dog died I’m sure he would have been one of the first of your readers to express condolences. So please accept them from me on his behalf.
Sorry for your loss Monica. Time with those you love goes by so fast. xx
Dear Talia, I have been missing Kenny on WordPress for some time and wondered how he was doing. Thank you very much for letting me know of his death. How strangely wonderful that he choose the time. And how interesting that he compared himself to a moose. Powerful and also gentle. I’m sure you will miss him a great deal.
The very best to you.
Hello Monica. Those antlers are an impressive sight.
Kenny2Dogs often likened himself to a moose. Or, stag at bay.
It’s strange you found the moose crown in the snow two days before Kenny died.
I’m not sure why but, some years ago, he said Christmas Eve would be his last day on earth.
His site is now closed.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
Best wishes to you & yours.