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Chanel, May 4,
2004 - April 28, 2018
My precious little girl. How can I describe the
pain I feel when I can hardly hold back the tears. You
were such a loyal angel that went through so much with me.
It was so hard to let you go, but I knew you were tired and were
only holding on because I did not want to let you go. You
are now at the Rainbow Bridge with Hershey and you have been
restored my love. Mommy and Daddy will see you one day
soon. Wait patiently my love... and run like the wind.
Charlie, 2008 -
I will miss you forever booty boo, you will always be my best
friend and I will see you again! I am sorry I took you to the vet,
but you needed that lump removed, I didn't think that would be the
last time I would see you, if they would have kept an eye on you
so you didn't choke on your own vomit.
05/05/04 - 05/18/18
Our sweet Chickie girl has had a wonderful life- she has been
loved beyond belief, She has chased rabbits and seagulls...
guarded our house against every squirrel in the neighborhood... in
her 14 years she has truly had a good life as a loved and
cherished member of our family. She no longer chases
birds or rabbits and walks right pass the squirrels in the
yard. She can hardly move or go up the stairs... she has
lost interest in her favorite treats. I would love for
her to be by my side forever, but that is selfishness on my part
because I will miss her.. it's time for her to be able to
run, jump and play by the rainbow bridge until I meet with
A beautiful girl with a silly name bestowed on you by a toddler
grandson. You moved in with us permanently in 2011 and were a
Daddy's girl; he loved you immensely. You loved running along the
fence with the neighbor's dog running with you on the other side;
chasing squirrels; pouncing on mourning doves; and cornering all
the wild critters that wandered into the yard. And being very
protective of us--you had the most awesome deep bark when visitors
You were taken from us so suddenly--less than two weeks ago you
jumped up on the bed I had just made up, rolled around and undid
my workmanship. It made me laugh, you were so cute! Then suddenly,
just days later, your back legs would barely work and kept getting
worse until you couldn't stand even with help; probably arthritis,
we thought-- after all, you were about 14 years old, we think.
Gary carried you in and out of the house and vowed to do it as
long as it took. But-- probably neurological, the vet said, and
will worsen rapidly. That very night you were having seizures and
seemed to no longer recognize us; Gary wrapped a blanket around
you, held you in his arms and tried to calm and comfort you; by
morning you were crying out and trying to stand as well as having
the seizures. You fought so hard to not die! We pray that
you felt no pain that long, horrible night. There was nothing we
could do but let you go in peace; Gary held you close as the vet
administered the drug that took you to the Rainbow Bridge.
We'll see you at the Rainbow Bridge, our sweet, beautiful lady. We
can see you now, whole and healthy, happily running along a
magical fence with your buddy Ling. Say hello to Mandy and all the
other fur babies that got there first, please.
your mom and Daddy