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Little Bitty
7/18/2000 - 2/19/2020Since the passing of my husband in 2018 and Bigger in 2019, Little Bitty has been my constant companion. She did not seem to miss her brother although they had been together for almost nineteen years. Rather, she took on his outgoing personality, meeting me at the door, watching TV on my lap and racing me to bed each night. And for the first time in her life, she even enjoyed our guests. My heart has another hole in it without Little Bitty who has been such a blessing during the past year. (Little Bitty is on the left and Bigger on Jack’s lap)Shirley SheeksIndianapolis, IndianaFebruary 26, 2020
Foster Dog
2/26/2009 - 2/25/2020My heart weeps and my world is grey, I can't quite remember life without you, although it has been a short twelve years. I remember the day I found you, a 3 pound black and white fur ball, covered in flees, bloated belly, abandoned in the woods. Your back legs, faster than your front, as you somersaulted to get to me, begging me to take you home. It was love at first sight but I ready had a forever fur baby, so my intent was to find you a wonderful home! After two other families tried and failed, you were returned to me, you earned your name "Foster Dog" and became "My Dog” and our souls became inseparable. And for that, I am ever grateful.

Your heart and spirit were without bounds. You were always optimistic, trusting, forgiving, loving, fiercely protective, loyal, and thrilled to be alive. You were courageous and valiant and saved my life spiritually and physically.

Four days ago you became ill and I felt my first tinge of fear about your mortality, we went through extraordinary measure to keep you with us. Your pain was significant on the inside but imperceptible on the outside, you always had the heart of a puppy.

It is with heart-wrenching sadness that I must reveal we had to release the spirit of our fur baby Foster Dog, on Tuesday, February 25. Foster Dog you will always be with us, forever and waiting for us just on this side of heaven in a place called Rainbow Bridge.
Jennifer PoirierGainesville, FloridaFebruary 26, 2020
12/25/2012 - 2/25/2020Thank you for teaching me so much about love, my dear girl. I miss you so much.Colette BennettSmyrna, GeorgiaFebruary 26, 2020
12/16/2004 - 2/24/2020Oh my Esau. My Esau Joe. My buddy.
Esau was the most loyal, strong, handsome, sweet boy.
He was a protector when needed.
He was the best listener.
He had the softest ear. I loved petting his ears.
He grew old but never weak. I felt as secure around him from day 1 to day 5548.
He grew to love my husband and my kids.
Im thankful for his presence all these years and I miss him crazy.
I miss "good morning buddy" and "goodnight buddy" and all the time between.
He was so special, especially crafted for me, I have no doubt.
He was so so good. I'd repeat the 14 years again without hesitation.
You can finally rest if you want but knowing you, you arent resting. You arr still watching over me as you always did.
Thank you for your unconditional, unending love.
Shanna FloridoROANOKE, TexasFebruary 26, 2020
5/6/2008 - 2/22/2020In my heart always. I will love you forever. I am the lucky one. Thank you for being my baby girl and companion. Thank you for making my life better. Thank you for always being there for me and for all the cuddles.
You will never know how much I love you. You are my sunshine, my only sunshine. You make me happy when skies are grey. You never know girl how much I love you. Please don't take my Veela away.

“There is a cycle of love and death that shapes the lives of those who choose to travel in the company of animals. It is a cycle unlike any other. To those who have never lived through its turnings and walked it’s rocky path, our willingness to give our hearts with full knowledge that they will be broken seems incomprehensible. Only we know how small a price we pay for what we receive; our grief, no matter how powerful it may be, is an insufficient measure of the joy we have been given.”
Lauren SheehanChicago, IllinoisFebruary 26, 2020
12/2/2020 - 2/24/2020Sweet Paris left us too soon. She is in a place where she no longer has to suffer. Rest in peace my sweet girl.Liz StarkeyNashville, TennesseeFebruary 26, 2020
12/20/2019 - 2/19/2020We said goodbye to our precious munchkin Lola on Wednesday, February 19. She is playing with her favorite toy babies in puppy heaven.
Rest in Peace, Lolita. We thank you for bringing us so much joy, unconditional love and companionship. We were so very lucky to be part of your life, and we are grateful for the wonderful year we had with you. You were a SUPERSTAR and we will always love you and miss you.
GALIN MEYLECary, North CarolinaFebruary 25, 2020
9/14/2007 - 2/24/2020The first day we went to the Humane Society, we naively walked right past your kennel. Thank goodness we came back the next day and caught sight of your beautiful red coat and your calm, sweet disposition. Little did we know the amount you would impact all of our lives. You were a gift, teaching us patience in times of frustration, peace in times of despair, and overall love. We will miss you never growing tired of playing fetch, trips to the dog park, your love of walks, chasing after squirrels and birds and how your ears looked like pigtails when you were intrigued by a sight or sound. We will miss you peaking your head through the shutters of the front door, always waiting for us to come home to greet us with cuddles and a tail wag. Oh Fenny girl, we miss you so much.Allison BelangerSt. Petersburg, FloridaFebruary 25, 2020
12/15/2007 - 2/24/2020In loving memory of our sweet Sugar.Michael & Anne RameeMaitland, FloridaFebruary 25, 2020
3/11/2016 - 2/23/2020I don't know how she spent the first half of her life, but I know the second half was full of all my love. How do I just go back to how things were before my life was changed by this fluffy little Muppet? My co-pilot, my shadow, my best friend. We were robbed of our time together by a lung mass. Absolutely tough and brave until our last moments, she greeted her Uncle Trevor and the Doctor with a wagging tail. I'd give anything to have her impress everyone with her jumping skills, leaping into my arms for kisses. Sleep well my little fluff.Laura BlankenshipAuburn, WashingtonFebruary 25, 2020
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