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The Sweet Kiss of the Cane by Jay Merson

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Sasha, a sweet Maltese, captured hearts and radiated unconditional love for a decade. Many years before, a childhood filled with magic had introduced Kurt to the joys of pets. Music followed, and so did Carol. And soon, there were more delightful days of pet companionship. As travels across the globe changed to life at home in Texas, a date with destiny placed a tiny dog at the center of their family, and at the center of the universe.

Sasha became their shining star.

How would Sasha accept siblings? How did rock 'n' roll and a cherished toy bring fun times and excitement into her life? How would she help Kurt through times of crisis? In the prime of her life, why did her own health fail? How did Sasha courageously fight a life-threatening disease? She would live each day to the fullest, until her final day and remarkable communion before death. As paranormal signs of her spirit exist well beyond her cremation, Sasha's life becomes an incredible message of faith, hope, and inspiration.

Sweet Girl is a memoir of a life with pets. A true story about a tiny dog. Heartbeats of a special life. A tale of times happy and heartbreaking, frustrating and funny. And beaming brightly at the core, and forevermore:

Sasha, a sweet angel.


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