8/25/2000 - 3/3/2017Dear Mel -
It was 16 years ago when I brought you home, but I remember it well. You had a big belly caused by worms and you were covered with flea dirt, but you looked so happy with big, bright eyes and a devilish, open-mouthed smile. As we played, you bit at my hands with razor-sharp puppy teeth and scratched me with never-trimmed nails. How loudly you cried whenever I tried to leave the room (I'm coming right back, little Mel!) In those first precious hours, I fell in love for the first and only time in my life. Thank you for loving me. Please forgive me.
Laura EndsleyHerndon, VirginiaMarch 10, 2017
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Tomorrow, it will be two weeks since we said goodbye forever. I still wake up at 2 am every morning to take you outside. During the last year, your little bladder just couldn't make it until morning. I think of you every day at least a dozen times and during the most random events. At the grocery store, I pause at the treat aisle while my mind struggles to reconcile the truth. Driving home, I go as fast as I can as though you are still there waiting for me. Whenever I have leftovers, I still box them up for you. I miss you so very much... my sweet, little, bunny buns.Endsley - March 16, 2017
Rest in Peace, dear sweet Mel! She was such a beautiful girl and I know that you are now running free with no pain and young again. You are missed here on earth a great deal and you will never be forgotten.Nora Glaser - March 13, 2017

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