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All Spirit Angels have an important job at the Bridge! What job does your Angel have??
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So since Ms. Anonymus asked for Manni’s job at the bridge I thought I’d try and answer, not that I’m sure there is a bridge.

I am also not sure anybody would want for Manni to have a job there since he would a) make sure everybody was safe and guarding the heck out of “his territory”, so if any one of us came to meet up with their animal again they’d have a hard time getting in. just saying… 🙂

and b) if the kitties were in the same place, too, Manni would be poking them in the butt, with his nose, so they would finally start running for him to chase after… I am not kidding. He would do that with the barn cats all the time until they would get so annoyed with him they started clawing at his nose.

I suppose he could also work as the one finding all lost pets and people, he’s done that before, but somehow I doubt that anyone will be lost there.

So, Ms. Anonymus, maybe Manni having a job there wouldn’t be such a great idea? What do you think?

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Here are examples of him guarding EVERYthing. There is a reason I keep calling him “the world’s worst first dog”… 


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Awww Tina.  I think Manni has a job.  🙂   He is your Guardian.  That is his job right now.  Heck maybe chasing a few cats too 😉    I think each one of our babies has a job even if its laying under a tree waiting for us.


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Michelle, I completely agree with you, all our beloved pups have a job over the Bridge, no matter how big or how small, they all serve a loving purpose there as they did here, I truly believe that. I think Manni can be the master guardian of the Bridge, and watching out for his mama down here as well ❤️💙💞🐾

Love to all, 

Bonnie, Angel Polly, Pearl, and Zuzu 🐾💞

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I’ve been trying to think of what job Nitro could/would do, and not really succeeding. In life, the only dog he liked was his brother Kodi. He was a champion squirrel chaser, always had a ball in his mouth, and barked like crazy at the neighbors – human or canine. Perhaps his best quality was snuggling, touching, loving, comforting….me. So not sure what job this would look like at the bridge.

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Pretty sure our Max is in charge of all water sports and head lifeguard!  He was a fearless swimmer and loved water whether it was a big puddle or a whole body of water.  I have a hunch Herr’ Manni is his assistant due to his ocean experience 😀  


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These are great descriptions of the jobs Manni, Max and Nitro would have! 🙂 🙂 🙂

Max definitely managing all the water sports on the pristine clear water lakes AND oceans at the Bridge!  I can see Gus and Murphy helping hi pass out the vests and beach balls.way-cool

I do think Nitro would be in charge of passing out lasers everynight for everyone who wanted to chase them before bedtime  He speaclizes in orchestrating Nighttime activitiesway-cool

Yeah, Manni would help overseeing the water sports by being a Lifeguard and making sure everyone plays safely.    And thoe two pics you posted make me think he would also be the WATCHDOG who is on the lookout when he is notified newcomers are on their way to the Bridge.  He guides them with ” butt pokes” to point them jn the direction of their welcome wagon, then to the tummy  massage table, etc.way-cool

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PS.  Tina, can you fix the link to Manni’s “worst first dog….” blog so the comments can be made?  On my screen/tavlet, no reply section shows up.   And that vlog id DEFINITELY worthy of some responses! 🙂

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Hope Christine doesn’t mind, but I wanted to add the link to her blog here.   Through the years Christine has always  lessened  the grief for us all whenever any if our family neads to the Bridge by reminding us all what a glorious place it is! No one paints a better picture of what a happy place the Bridge is better than Christine.:-)

So I’m not sure how this would translate into her beloved Franklin’s job title, if at all.  That would be up to her

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I think Murphy’s job would be watching ~ watching for squirrels, watching for strangers, watching for food to hit the floor, watching for a chance to run the fence …lol He could catch any treat that was thrown in his direction. clap

And Cassie, well she was a momma to everyone!  Every kitten we brought into the house was groomed by Cassie, so they learned to love dogs.  She also groomed us!  lol I swear she did, she would lick our legs when we got out of the shower, but she really liked to lick our hair!  She would get the grandchildren, too, either in the tub or just out of the pool.  And when the grandchildren were just babies – oh, she hovered, she would lay right next to them if they were on the floor or in their bouncy chair, and if they were sleeping & woke up, she came running to let us know (yes, Cassie, I can hear! lol). heartGlenn used to say that he almost wished we hadn’t gotten her fixed, that we would have let her have a litter of puppies first, she would have been a great momma.


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Murphy had his right front leg amputated due to histiocytic sarcoma at 7 years old.  He survived 4 years, 2 months & 1 week, only to be taken by hemangiosarcoma at 11 1/2 years 6/12/17  


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