Hans (My dearly beloved)

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Home:Columbus,Georgia, GA  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male   Weight: 1-10 lbs

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Lil' man

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Sun Sign:
Rainbow Bridge
Quick Bio:

October 5th 2004


Being woke up from a nap

Favorite Toy:
His pooh bear

Favorite Food:
Any thing that will fit in his mouth

Favorite Walk:
He is limited to no strenious exercise

Best Tricks:
Begging for food

Arrival Story:
I just want to say a HUGE thank you to everyone that has stopped by and for all the beautiful gifts that you have left. And, to all of our friends new and old we couldn't have made it this far with you!! your all Angles. Hans died in the wee hours of this cool December morning due to complications of the heart. He crossed over to the Rainbow bridge to be with his long time friend who proceeded him just last year in November. My heart is heavy and, there is an empty place in our home. Even the cat's seem to be in a somber mood. Hans went knowing that he was loved much more then I could have ever told him. Hans came to live with us as a gift to my daughter from her father after her puppy that he had just given her was stolen. He was about the size of a guinea pig and weight only half a pound at 6 weeks old. Naturally, I was concerned about his small size and made an appointment with our vet for the following day. He passed his vet visit with flying colors. I was told by our vet that he wasn't just a normal Pekingese, in fact she said, he is what is called a Sleeve Pekingese.... They look exactly like the bigger versions except for their weight and size. Sense I had never heard of them she explained that a sleeve pek can be born in to a litter of regular peks and, that it's the mother the carries what's called a recessive gene that can often produce a sleeve pek in an other wise normal sized litter of pek pups. To say the least we were all releaved to know that he was a healthy happy puppy that would lead a normal life.

Hans lives with his friend Peanut Butter at the Rainbow Bridge.

Forums Motto:
Cock of the walk


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The new fursib

January 5th 2010 2:48 pm
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It took some doing but, I found the perfect companion for my mama and, my earth fursibs. I searched every where and finally one day I heard a voice coming across the wind. It was so full of hurt,disspare and longing that I just had to follow it. I followed the voice down to a kennel where I saw a young pup folded up lying in a corner with out the slightest comfort of a blanket. Right then I knew what I could not leave him. I sat with him all night with my wings folded around him whispering in his ear to stay strong that help was on the way. The next morning I went to my other mom "the one that was suppose to be my mama in the beginning" and I whispered in her ear about the pup that I had found. She got up and went to her pc and I guided her to his *for sale listing* She made the call and by that afternoon the pup was safe and sound in the arms of his new mama and his new family.

I have to say that it was a heart warming sight to see this forgotten pup come to life and have a chance at life. I feel so good now knowing that I helped to save a life and, that my earth family is safe from monsters once again.

I know that my mama will help this pup get back on his feet again. He's got the best home any pup could ever want.

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A new beginning

December 16th 2009 5:13 pm
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There have been a lot of changes around my house these last couple of days, the biggest one being my passing. *sigh* Although life goes on for the living, there are day's that just seem to pass with little or no notice of them at all. Recovery is a long and hard road with many stops in between. It's filled all sorts of memories that, either propel us to take another step forward or, just completely stop us in our very tracks. Some of us have been down this road before, it's not a new road just a new path on an old road. We each have to find our own way down the road, weather we want to or not. We either choose to remember or, we remember to forget the reason we are here in the first place.

Sometimes the lines will become blurred and the road will get a bit hazy every now and then. But, there will be many bright spots along the way to remind us of the purpose of our journey. Weather we are accepting of the changes in our lives or not, life will go on with or, with us. Every season has it's time and every time has it season. With only our hearts and emotions to guide us, our journey's are often a very bumpy ride.

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The voice

December 10th 2009 7:29 pm
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I heard my master he called me today. But, his voice sounded so far away.

I could here the voice that I knew so well, coming across as clear as a bell.

I knew it was him, I knew it for sure, there was no doubt, not any more.

He called me again and try as I might, I can't leave the bridge to be by his side.

He called me again and this time I knew, He was calling to say I LOVE YOU!

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