When I first came across little Belle’s page, I just thought what an adorable little girl saved by an animal lover and having a great life. Little did I know that I would continue to follow her through her journey and adventures with her family. Belle, to me, was what can happen when people step in and stop animal abuse and suffering. Belle showed the world that even after years of abuse and no love that there can be new life. Life with a family that loves you can make up for all the years of no love. Little Belle also proved that no matter how old or sick an animal is they are still worth the effort to save. After she lost her sight you never gave up on her which many would do because of all the extra work it might take for her to become accustomed to a new way of living. I loved seeing her in your arms. Those are my favorite pictures. Without a word you can feel the love and joy in her face and body with you. Following her journey just made me happy. I see so many horrible pictures and stories of animals that are so hurt and abused. It’s depressing because you think there’s just nothing you can do because there is so much evil in this world. All you can do is pray and hug your fur babies every night. I have two babies right now, Sylvester, who is 13years and Sophie, who is 14years, both one day will leave me. I just have to remember that every day could be the last day with them and that I need to shower them with love every day, so that there will be no regrets when that time comes. Sometimes we get lazy and we’re tired and we might push our cat or dog away. But Little Belle’s life tells me that even when I’m tired or frustrated when one of my animals come to me trying to love me up I must stop and let it happen. Animals are God’s way of saying “I can’t be with you down there, so here’s the next best thing.” Our babies never get tired or bored or frustrated with us. All they want is us and we have to stop and let the love flow. Little Belle taught me this and I will never forget her.