We said a sad goodbye to another special senior. 💔 Peaches' enlarged heart was failing, and she started showing symptoms of excessive coughing and panting on Thursday. She had vet appt for x-rays on Friday and the prognosis wasn't good. 😢
I adopted Florence Ford from Dream about 7 years ago. She was my first ever pet and it was one of the best decisions I have ever made. She brought so much joy, laughter and unconditional love to not only my home, but my parent's and my sister's homes as well. I am incredibly sad to say she had recently been diagnosed with stage 4 kidney failure and passed the rainbow bridge on Wednesday, Feb 21.
While I am devastated she is no longer with me, I find a bit of solace knowing she is no longer struggling and most likely chasing squirrels and dining on lamb chops, her favorite meal, up above.
It is with heaviest heart that I share the sad news of Toby crossing the Rainbow Bridge today to join his brothers and sisters. I don't know what else to say. He was my life.
We find great peace and comfort knowing that Buddy is doing well in the great beyond. Monday night a few hours after he died, I said that I wish he would send us a signal. Within a few minutes, this ceramic sculpture that our friend made that we've had for many years – longer than we've had Buddy – flew off the wall. It was very well anchored - and there was no wind and no doors opening and closing. Just Tina and I talking on the couch nearby. Buddy's adoption photo -- this first one -- had always been my very favorite picture of him. It was love at first sight, and the personality and sweetness that emanated from this photo is precisely like he was.
I never even noticed this sculpture looks exactly like him. He had that funny ear haircut, sweet smile, and cute nose. And although he is squinting here he had "precious moments" eyes like the ceramic piece. Thank you Aly Winningham for making this sweet sculpture before we even had Buddy. Maybe that helped bring him to us in the first place.
Thank you all so very much for the outpouring of love and support and for bringing Buddy into our lives. He was just perfect. We loved him so very much 😢😢❤️❤️😢😢❤️❤️🐾🐾
I just wanted to let you know that Madison Mache crossed over the rainbow bridge this morning. I adopted her on 11/3/19. From the day I met her I knew she was my soul dog. I didn't get much time with her but I feel like I had a life time with her. She was the Princess of the house and kept all her brothers and sisters in line. She had a personality bigger than her little body. Thank you DREAM Team for placing her with me. She had so much love from her tribe people. She had her two moms, a dad, grandmother and grandfather by her side when she crossed. She left behind her two Dream sisters Kiki "Olivia" and Athena "Freckles" and her brother King from a different rescue. Her brother Chase I'm sure was waiting on the other side to give her her crown and wings.