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8/6/2020Rain was a rescue with Aussie Rescue -- ARPH. She and her daughter Misty were lived their lives in dirt on the end of chain. We think that Rain was 10-12 years old.
We named their two girls Rain and Misty because the first photos we received of them were chained, in the mud and in the rain. Despite this treatment, Rain was the sweetest dog. We moved her into our program in mid-June. We had her spayed and a mass removed from her abdomen. The biopsy on the mass was "inconclusive".
We thought she slipped at her foster and injured her shoulder. X-Rays revealed the worst -- bone cancer.
While we had her with her foster, she was taken care of and loved. We are heart broken that we could not fulfill our promise to her -- a forever home where she would be pampered.
karen johnsonAlexandria, VirginiaAugust 7, 2020
Kung Pao Chicken (pao)
6/1/2010 - 8/1/2020Last weekend was so incredibly hard. I knew my sweet fur-baby Pao's health was deteriorating very quickly and I had to make the tough decision to let him go. I'm glad we were able to do it at home in a quiet, peaceful, and loving way. His brother never left his side and even licked him and comforted him until the end. I am going to miss my snuggies with this crazy, wild cat. He acted more like a dog than a cat at times: always begging for food, following me where ever I went, loved to cuddle, but then ran around the house like he was doing laps at the Indy 500. Pao, your brother and I miss you terribly. Even your brother has looked for you and has been sleeping in the last spot where you slept. We will always love you.L CanterErlanger, KentuckyAugust 7, 2020
10/29/2006 - 8/7/2019Franklin. My sunshine, my snuggle bear, my buddy and my muse.

It's been a year since you have passed. You're still used as a meme in this house and in my inner friends' circle because you've left such a huge impact with the time you've spent here. I'm happy to know that I can still feel your fluffiness when I think about cuddling you. Accompanied by a purr of understanding and a feeling of endearment coming from your beautiful, gold eyes.

I want you to know that the pain of losing you has started to numb, no longer do I think of your last few days and that awful morning. When I scroll though my pictures of you, I'm reminded of how happy and spoiled you were in your lifetime. You weren't a pet to me, you were a huge part of my life; the guru of comfort and socialising, who only communicated your wisdom in purrs and boofs. You were the gentle giant who would live to meet new people and the more anchored in any of your relationships and I try to live by your teachings.

I will see you again when I reach the rainbow bridge; with your head down, eyes looking up and your tail starting to wag at a leisurely pace, picking up speed as I close the distance.

I love you Franklin, please wait a while longer.

Charlene PeckGrosse Pointe Woods, MichiganAugust 7, 2020
7/21/2020Dear Jaxey,

We are missing you and your funny expressions. The squirrels deer and lizards are OUT OF CONTROL!!! I imagine I hear you in the house. We miss your sweet kisses in the morning and seeing you take off around the house. We are sorry you got sick and suffered so much near the end of your life. Hopefully you are healed now and chasing lizards again. We feel your presence here.

Today we may bring another family member home...she is the total opposite of you in looks and possibly temperament. We are nervous. That said, you will ALWAYS have a special place in our hearts and no other pet will ever be like you or replace you.

We will always love you Sweet Boy!

Love Mom
Vicki GurleyDavidson, North CarolinaAugust 7, 2020
8/5/2020 - 8/5/2020Dearest Ericka,

For 15 years you were my companion and my friend. You meant as much to me as my human family. Letting you go yesterday was one of the hardest things I have ever had to do, but I comforted you in the time you needed me most. You will be remembered forever and always missed.
Tahkyia WillisRonkonkoma, New YorkAugust 6, 2020
7/3/2009 - 8/5/2020Bacardi we miss you so much already!!!! Our house is so empty without you!!! We will always remember the day we brought you home❤️❤️❤️You were so little hard to believe you were ever little!!!! You were exploring the yard and fell into the pond😂 I went in after you one leg in one leg out of the pond basically doing the splits!!!! I lifted you out you shook off and looked at me like what? Why are you in there? ❤️❤️We will miss our couch cuddle time❤️❤️❤️ You will always be our Gentle Giant!!! We love and miss you!!! I refuse to say goodbye we will see you again run wild and free❤️❤️❤️❤️Love you big boy❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️Linda WagnerALLEN PARK Michigan, OhioAugust 6, 2020
2/8/2006 - 7/31/2020Thanks for all the love and devotion my little bunny, my best friend, my joy, my baby boy Damien. Your sister Ripley misses you. You were Drew's little buddy. You were such a good kitty! You were such a strong willed cat, you really tried to be fine up until those last few weeks when you had to be in so much pain. You tried to hide it from me until it was unbearable. I knew that whole last year you weren't feeling great anymore, but I prayed to Jehovah that you would be fine and not suffer too much and go quickly. And indeed, you were a happy kitty up until the end. I loved talking with you and told you about the ducklings from the park across the street, and wished there was some way you could see them. Jehovah again blessed us so much when he sent the duck family, ducklings and all, over the hill so we could see them in plain view from the window where you had been spending all your last moments!!! Those ducks are never in that area but they were right there when we were saying goodbye! I am reassured knowing that you aren't suffering anymore and that I made the right decision at just the right time.
I love you so much Damien!
Tracy St. JohnST. LOUIS, MissouriAugust 6, 2020
12/10/2020 - 8/5/2020Jackson was a gentle giant, my family and I were lucky to have him grace our lives. His spot remains empty of his body but I know he is close in our heart. Run free my sweet, sweet boy!
"We are all connected. The living to the nonliving, as the nonliving to the living. All things in all directions in all times. It is only in the physical dimension that we have limitations. (The membrane between us is thinner than you think.)”
― Garth Stein, A Sudden Light
Nicole BallLorton, VirginiaAugust 6, 2020
11/17/2002 - 8/5/2020Cheech, you have left the biggest whole in my heart and Ithe day can not come soon enough until I can hold you again and look into those big brown eyes.Rebecca EarleyCape Coral, FloridaAugust 6, 2020
9/21/2004 - 7/25/2020My beautiful “Hope”. Unexpectedly, almost 16 years ago you found your way into my life. My personal wish of some day uniting with a “gray” became a reality. So began our journey. You and I, at each other’s side, sharing every single aspect of whatever life happened to throw our way. Our relationship IS that beyond any human association. Your vibrant personality, ensuring that I understood exactly what you intended in communication to your Mom, as always expressing your love to me, is so enormously missed each and every day. The spiritual bond between you and I (Mommy) will remain in my heart and soul forever. Mom loves you like no other and you will always be my “Precious Petal”.Linda AccunzoHanover Township, New JerseyAugust 6, 2020
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