The image of a little girl sitting in her car seat with a baby in her lap is one of the many memes that have been floating around on social media recently.
The image has been shared on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter in recent weeks.
But now, a new meme may be getting a lot of attention in the community.
The meme, which has been used by a few people in the past, is about the dog who died while on a road trip.
The child, who was not named in the meme, said in a post on the social media platform that she was traveling in the US, and she was travelling alone.
She said that she had been on a trip for about two weeks.
“I have a young daughter and a newborn baby,” she said.
“I had my dog, B.C., with me.
We went on a holiday in Oregon, where we had no internet.
I took B.B. on a few short road trips and then we stopped at a motel and stayed overnight in the motel for a while.
We decided to go home and see my family and see if he would come home with us.
We did that for a few days, then we went on another road trip in Washington state.
He finally did come home after a few hours.
He was not too happy about it.
I decided to call the hotel, and I was just sitting in the car waiting for my daughter to call me, and B.J. was gone.”
She continued: “I said, ‘Why are you calling me?
You’re not home.
You’re still at the motel.
You have no internet or phone.’
And the lady answered, and said, [my daughter] called you.’
I said, Well, I was in Oregon.
And I told her, I called you.
And she said, I don’t want to know anything about your phone.
You should call your mom.
And then we talked for about an hour and a half, and that’s when I told my daughter that I lost my dog.”
The mother-daughter exchange is one thing that might give people a better understanding of the situation.
But the meme is another thing that could cause controversy.
In a comment on the original post, a Redditor asked: “How did you know B. J. was lost?”
B.J., a small white pit bull mix, was found on July 16 in the Pacific Northwest.
He had been found unresponsive in the back seat of his car in the middle of a road near the village of Lacey, Washington.
He was taken to a hospital in the city of Roseburg, Oregon, but was pronounced dead there later that night.
His dog, named B.D., was found dead in his own car in Oregon on March 3.