|🐾💕GOOD NEWS PUPDATE FROM STELLA’S MOM🐾💕|
“Stella loved her gift from Chewy-thanks. I’m so lucky to have her, especially now during this Covid time. A living being to snuggle with💗
I adopted Stella Labor Day weekend 2012. After my other little dog passed in August, one day before my late husband’s birthday. He was the sweetest ABD. I used to take him to work. Everyone loved him.”
We are all so thankful that Stella was adopted by her amazing mom and has had such a loving forever home since 2012. She went from wandering the streets of Miami, starving, neglected, overbred, dirty, covered in fleas and ticks to living in the lap of luxury. Stella sure hit the doggie lottery with such a extraordinary mom who has provided her a wonderful and loving forever home. “A picture is worth a thousand words.”
We are wishing Stella and her mom, continued, 🐾💕“Happy Days Ahead!”🐾💕
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Luna has lost her battle with cancer and walked over the Rainbow Bridge where there is no pain and suffering. RIP Luna
This little kitty was living on the streets with a homeless woman. She was very I’ll and it appeared that she had been a while. As soon as we heard of this situation we picked her up and took her to the emergency. She was having difficulties breathing and was extremely lethargic. When she arrived, she was in full kidney failure and we could not save her. It was agreed that there was only humane thing to do – end her suffering. Before she left this world we named her Lovey and our volunteer Gina stayed with her and showed Lovey kindness and love. She had one final kiss before she passed. RIP angel.
🌈IN LOVING MEMORY OF LOBA A BEAUTIFUL, SWEET & AFFECTIONATE, 14 YEAR OLD COLLIE MIX SENIOR LADY WHO WENT TO RAINBOW BRIDGE ON MONDAY, JULY 13TH🌈
💔A special “Thank You” to Loba’s foster mother, Susan for taking such wonderful hospice care of her. Plus providing quality of life and TLC during her last few months on earth. The following message was written by Susan💔
“🌈Today we sent this beautiful girl to run free to rainbow bridge where I’m sure her other mother is waiting for her. We took her in after her owner passed away so she could spend her last few months in a big yard with lots of dog friends and love. Loba was a very sweet girl and will be missed by my family but she was ready to go. She was so bad on Sunday she couldn’t even walk but wanted to. Loba was struggling and I did not want her to suffer. She was so tired. But I had a dream that night that she was running thru our yard happy, healthy with her tail high and I knew it was her time. Run free sweet Loba🌈”
“Mr. King passed away this morning. Thank you for the opportunity to be his mom these last few years Jo. He was my dream boy❤️. King would have been 17 in September. He was the best little guy. Thank you for you Jo. You made it possible. 😘”
When King’s mom met him, it was love at first sight for both. King was a senior with lots of issues. However, none of this mattered to his mom. She loved him unconditionally and took the best care to ensure that he had the happiest life filled with great food, toys, lots of cuddling and love. Thank you Ro for all that you did for King. You were truly his rescue angel.
💗With love and appreciation💗
♥️🐾🌹IN LOVING MEMORY OF CHARLIE. OUR LOVING THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS GO TO CHARLIE’S MOM & DAD, LENA & DAVID🌹🐾♥️
We are so sorry for the loss of your beloved, Charlie. Thank you for providing him the most amazing life through thick and thin. You never gave up on him and you loved Charlie unconditionally. You were his rescue angels. From the bowels of hell at MDAS’ euthanasia room to hitting the doggy lottery with you. Until you meet again, always in your heart and loving thoughts. Rest In Peace, dear sweet, Charlie. You were so loved. Run free now, happy, healthy and whole🌈
💔SAD NEWS UPDATE FROM FUZZY’S MOM💔
“Fuzzy has gone to dog heaven, he was in my lap eating dried liver chips when the anesthesia kicked in. He had a big melanoma in his jaw, we did auto immune treatments but rejected radiation and surgery for pain and no firm guarantees of extended life time. JoAnn we loved him so much and thank you again for finding him for us.
We still have Bunny, high maintenance with special allergy vet treatments etc. She’s almost totally deaf. Two trainers and various gadgets never solved her exasperating barking. But by default she’s now top dog and always lovable. Thank you for her- and for all you do for so many dogs.”
Fuzzy’s parents took such excellent care of him. We know there will be a huge void in their hearts and home. We are sending our loving thoughts and prayers. Fuzzy will always remain in their loving thoughts and prayers until they meet again at Rainbow Bridge 🌈
💔SAD NEWS UPDATE FROM TICO’S MOM💔
“It is with profound sadness that we tell you that we lost Tico this morning at about 11:15. He had been sick about two weeks. The first ultrasound showed that he had pancreatitis and a suspicion that he had prostate cancer but because of all the inflammation they were not sure. We had him rescanned today and they found cancer in his bones, lungs, abdomen, colon and prostate. They said it would be days – maybe a week and he would be gone and in terrible pain. We could NOT let that happen.
He was the most loving, sweet, gentle and beautiful soul that ever walked this earth. He deserved to have a long and happy life and I would give everything I own to have made that happen. He went out of this world the way he lived – sweetly and gently.
We want to thank you for giving us the best year of our life. We cannot believe how ironic this entire thing has been. We were to get a Westie female, six years old that was being retired from the same farm our Winchester came from. She was not supposed to be here until the fall. We got a call that they had to push up the schedule because of everything that is happening with the virus. Today is the day she will arrive from NC. I think my vet put it best. “He was sent to you to do a job. He was sent to bring joy back in your life after the loss of your beloved Winchester. His job is done. It is time for him to rest and then play at the bridge.” We will never forget him. He will always be close in our hearts and never far from me. He was my boy and always will be.”
We are all so very sorry for the loss of this beautiful and loving boy. We are also so appreciative to his wonderful parents who did everything possible to save Tico’s life. Thank You.
Until you meet again, Tico will remain in your heart. Just look Up🌈
🐾💕First picture is Oliver with his foster failure new daddy, Barry, relaxing on a lovely Blankets Made with Love. Second photo is of Oliver relaxing on the couch with “his very own” blanket. Third photo is Diamond the Rottie standing on her special blanket in her crate. Thank you so very much Trudy Downes and the angels that volunteer with you. The blankets all of you create with love sure make a difference in the lives of sooo many rescue babies🐾💕
💗NOTE: Diamond is going through treatment, once completed she too will be looking for her loving forever home. When time, Diamond will be taking her Blessings Blank made with Love to her new loving forever home. Diamond is with Rising Star Rottie Rescue. For additional information or to meet and fall in love with this gorgeous girl, please contact Evelyn (561) 386-0514💗