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August 12, 2010


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Cathy Hughes

I had a vivid dream of one of my dogs after I joined the foreign service. When I got my first assignment overseas, I returned my Whippet, Bic, back to the breeder. He has his breed championship and some of his requirements for his coursing championship. About 6 months after I had moved I dreamed of Bic. He was running full out in a field. When I called the breeders that weekend, they told me he had finished his coursing title. Bic is the first dog I had remembered dreaming about. The next dog I dreamed of was my Papillon, Dodger. I have had many dogs, but these two were very special to me. The dreams I had of him were bitter sweet since they did not occur until after his untimely death.

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