It’s the first anniversary of Bobby’s ‘death’. I’ve been reading “There are no sad dogs in heaven” by Sonya Fitzpatrick. Yes, I still hurt from his loss, but this book, containing the most bitter/sweet memories of others who have lost their animal companions, has helped me understand that I will meet up with him again. He might even choose to come back to me, the the body of another pet, during my own lifetime – and sometimes when I look at Tayler, I see a little bit of my Beautiful Bobby …..
Bobby 14th February 2003 – 16th June 2015
On a warm sunny afternoon 3 years ago, sitting the garden of the home he was born into, I said my final words to Finlay as I held him gently in my arms and his ever supportive Vet helped him cross over the Rainbow Bridge ….
Where’s them ears Fin?
Bad hair day
When we were 5
Finlay in the mix
Foto fun Finlay
In his hat
With his Baby
My beloved ….
Finlay, 14th February 2003 – 21st May 2013 ….. desperately missed, endlessly loved
I don’t think Mama managed to put this onto my blog, but here’s a video compiled by a very very dear Facebook friend, whose scottie, Ruffles, was diagnosed with TCC at aged 7 and is still thriving and surviving today. Ruffles and her staff put together this tribute to Finlay on behalf of Mama last year and I thought I’d share it with you today, the first anniversary of his crossing the rainbow bridge. Miss you my little brother …… we certainly had some great times together!
Thank you Ruffles de Scottie and Munchkin de Scottie. We shall cherish this, and your friendship forever
Our friend Daisy
8th March 2003 – 21st February 2014
Sadly gone, but by no means will she EVER be forgotten
Down Under Daisy