Tommy (officially “Tough Tommy” son of “Triple Tough”) galloped across the rainbow bridge on July 2, 2016.
He was part of his human’s family for 25 years, and helped raise a few human children and grandchildren.
He is greatly missed by his human Mom…and all of his family. He will be in their hearts forever. May the wind be in his mane and grass be always sweet for Tommy in the fields across the rainbow bridge.
We only learned of Fred’s passing today, but he crossed the Rainbow Bridge 3 weeks ago. Fred was an older dog, blind, and yet he always seemed happy and confident. He died of poisoning, and we don’t know much more about his death – but we do know he was deeply loved by his Mom and that his adopted siblings – Murray and Lil’ Bit will miss his presence. And the cats – feral, abandoned, stray – that lived with him, will probably also miss this gentle soul, who walked sweetly among them. He always had a waggle tail for anyone he met. He will be sorely missed. We hope he finds his way to our other doggy friends who have gone before him and enjoys their company while he waits for his companions to join him. Much love and peace to his family!
Carter passed away this evening from renal failure. She was 16 or so years old, and had been through a lot of cancer and health issues and missing her adopted brother Cash, who passed away last September. She leaves her Mom who loves her and will miss her always, as she misses Cash. All of us who provided care for Carter will miss her, too. She was a strong spirited and happy dog and we know she is reunited with Cash across the rainbow bridge. A piece of our hearts is with them both.
Coco passed away today – we don’t know why, just that she was not feeling well and her Mom brought her to the Vet immediately, where she declined quickly and crossed the Rainbow Bridge. She had a tough beginning to life, but she was adopted into a wonderful family and leaves behind siblings (2 pits who adored her, and her humans, who also adored her). Her passing leaves a terrible ache in everyone’s hearts. She was loved by all who knew her and will be sorely missed.
Bella crossed the Rainbow Bridge yesterday – she was a sweet and playful girl who loved her human parents and her human brother and sister. She loved to fetch and to go for long walks. And she always had love to share with everyone. We will miss her greatly.
Biscuit crossed the rainbow bridge after a long life of 18 years and a battle with cancer, kidney failure claimed her. She was a sweet and loving spirit, and is survived by her grieving parents, her siblings – Bella, Skittles and Snookie.
She will be greatly missed, as all who knew her, loved her.
Nugget the goat, who was a sibling of Avery (who recently passed away) – crossed the rainbow bridge soon after her sister Avery. We are guessing she wanted to keep Avery company while they wait on the other side for all those whom they love to join them, eventually. Nugget was a sweet baby – and loved to keep the grape vines trimmed. 🙂 We know she is missed. She is survived by Jake and Obie and the birds, as well as her human parents. Rest in Peace.