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I was inspired to write this story when I came across the Friends of Fuzzies Ferret Shelter's webpage and read the story of Big Bear, a guy who doesn't let a little inconvenience get in the way of having a happy life. The best word I can use to describe my feelings after reading about him is "joy". I was impressed at how generous and caring Doggon' Wheels (Their site is here ) Was with fitting Bear with his wheels; they are fine folks.

There must be many humans, who devote so much of their time, their hearts and their tears to the welfare of the animals, that the residents at the Rainbow Bridge would love just as much as the Mommies and Daddies that they wait for. It stands to reason that the furpeople will want to thank those caring humans for all the help that they have given. After I figured that out, the story practically wrote itself.

This story focuses on someone who makes mobility devices for needy creatures, but it could just as well be about a caring veterinarian, or a shelter operator, or even about the pharmacist who works to figure out the correct dosages of medicines for a tiny body. They all should get this kind of welcome at the Bridge.