Honor & celebrate your past pets
Lucy was my moms cat. she was so so loved. she passed yesterday due to old age but her life was so full of love. she acted just as she did as a kitten up until her last day’s. she would purr the loudest purr anyone had ever heard and she was always there when you needed comfort.
Poopsy (official name Sir-Poops-a-Lot) was the smartest, sweetest, cleanest, and most amazing bunny ever. He loved playing with a ball, taunting the dog, and being petted. One of our favorite stories about him is when we tried introducing our dog to him, and he punched the dog in the nose when he got too close. He also loved playing soccer with this big red ball (it’s on YouTube!) But overall, he was just so sweet. If he was out of his cage, he loved going up to someone and nudging his head under their hand to be pet. He was truly unique, and loved. We miss you, Poopsy.
Where do I begin? My heart is breaking a million times over. My Lucas was such a good boy. He made me feel like I was the person I always wanted to be. He was the best boy. He was a crazy, lovable, bigger than life, unforgettable love muffin. I love you times a billion, Lucas. And I live to see you again in heaven, my dear, sweet boy.
I rescued Drew when he was 2 from being drowned in a creek. He was my 24/7 constant companion from that day forward. He was a natural emotional support dog, and my very best friend. On August 28, 2019 I choose to set my sweet boy free of the body that was failing him. He was just shy of his 15th birthday. I’ll love him forever, and miss him just as long. He truly was the very best boy.
We adopted Sweet Pea on January 24, 2016. She was the 1st dog for our family. She filled our lives with so much love and was a wonderful addition. She was my “Sweet Pea pup”. After a number of strokes and then finding out that she had cancer, we tried prednisone to see if that would help her for a little while. Last night she had more strokes and just looked like she didn’t feel well. We made the hardest decision ever and took her back to the ER hospital to have her put to sleep. We will always miss her but glad that she is no longer in any pain.
Candy was a stray who walked into our lives one day. She was about 6 months old & had clearly belonged to someone, but no one claimed her & she became ours. She lived to almost 17 years old & was s sweet, smart & loving girl. She’s been gone for over 26 years & I still miss her. Love you, Candy.
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