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Daddy and Girls Day!

September 24th 2011 6:08 am
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Mommy and Hunter are leaving in a few minutes to go visit the hooman gramma. Since I don't like travelling much, and we don't want to stress Defi too much with her severe heartworms, we gals and daddy are staying home! Daddy spoils us, so it's gonna be a fun day. Mommy and Hunter will be home in time for mommy to go to church in the morning, so they won't be gone long.



September 6th 2011 10:53 am
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Please continue to pray for all the firefighters in Texas fighting the fires and all the families that are affected by the fires.......... PLEASE NO OUTSIDE FIRES AT ALL. These firefighters are tired and need a break. Pray for rain.


Dad and Defi Weekend

May 7th 2011 5:53 am
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Mom and Hunter are going to visit the hooman gramma today and tomorrow, so Defi and me get a Daddy weekend. He spoils us and gives us lots of lovings and attention, so while we will miss mom and Hunter, it's all good!


New Fosser in Town....

April 16th 2011 2:32 pm
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Mom n dad went for a wide in de car diz mawning and wen dey comez bak home, der's anudder corn dawg inna cwate dat dey bwing inside our house. Dey tell me she's just abowt my age, ober 11 yeerz old, and she has BAD heartworms AND she's oberweight, tu. De Col Potter peeple who sabed me fwom dat pubby mill are twying to gib diz old a chance at life, suun she will stawt tweetment fur de nasty wormies in her heart. Dere is a big chance dat de worms dying might put her into congestive heart failure, but der is also a chance it might be just fine, so de Col peeple and our hoomanz want to gib her this chance. Mom and dad tell me I habz to be nise to dis Defi girl....and if my furriends here cud whisper a pawyer or two, dat wud help tu!



February 20th 2011 4:51 am
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De pawrentz, Hunter-Punter, n mee gotz in de car yesderday mawning and dwobe fur dayz, weekz, monfz.....uhhhhhh maybeee hourz...but we drobe a wong time until we gotz sumpwace called San Antonio. We bisited sum peeple who WUBBBBBBB doggies and we gotz to get on der furniture, gotz LOTZ ob skitchez and pettingz AND dey had a fensed-in back yard where KITTIES bisit. We had such a wufferful time in de yard smelling all doez kitty smells and things like dat. We gots spoiled rotten wiff treats being sent home wiff us too.



Oh My Dog....

February 7th 2011 3:54 am
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I have the featured diary of the day today! Wow, what a nice surprise! Thank you Dogster HQ.




February 5th 2011 7:13 am
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There I sat, alone and afraid,
You got a call and came right to my aid.
You bundled me up with blankets and love,
And, when I needed it most, you gave me a hug.

I learned that the world was not all that scary and cold,
That sometimes there is someone to have and to hold.
You taught me what love is, you helped me to mend.
You loved me and healed me and became my first friend.

And just when I thought you’d done all you could do,
There came along not one new lesson, but two.

First you said, “Sweatheart, you’re ready to go,
I’ve done all I can, and you’ve learned all I know.”
Then you bundled me up with a blanket and kiss,
Along came a new family, they even have kids!

They took me to their home, forever to stay,
At first I thought you had sent me away.
Then that second lesson became perfectly clear,
No matter how far, you will always be near.

And so, Foster Mom, you know I’ve moved on,
I have a new home, with toys and a lawn.
But I’ll never forget what I learned that first day,
You never really give your fosters away.

You gave me these thoughts to remember you by,
We may never meet again, and now I know why.
You’ll remember I lived with you for a time,
I may not be yours, but you’ll ALWAYS be mine.

Author Unknown



February 4th 2011 3:56 am
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It'z a gud ting dat our fosser brudder made it to hiz foreber home yesderday...cause we haz ice, ice, and more ice here in SE Texas dis mawning. Daddy went to wuk owt de back door, stood on de step, and went sliding down de steps...not hurt bad...but haz a big ole bwuise on de back ob one weggie. One naybor twied to weave a widdle wile ago, but dey were back in a couple ob minutes. Pawt of Hwy 59 is closed's not trying to get to pay, but better dan taking life and limb in hand!! Wuks wike maybe abowt an inch of snow is coming soon, too.


The Fosser Brudder Will be in His Own Fureber Soon....

January 30th 2011 6:27 am
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Hector, now known as Arnie, will be heading to hiz bery own fureber on Thursday. He'z a sweet lil man, hazn't been too much of a pain in our rear ends, but he haz been lucky enuff to find the purfect fureber home for him....wiff a CP sisfur and a mom and dad who wurk from home, a doggy door, AND a fenced in back yard where he can come in and go out as he pweasez. We will miss the lil man...but sometime we will fosser again, and we hope the next one will be as sweet as Hector (Arnie) is!


Christmas at the Bridge - In Memory of All Loved Fur Babies Who Have Preceded Us!

December 24th 2010 7:58 am
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(by Terri Onorato)

As the midnight hour approaches on Christmas Eve, a tremendous celebration begins. If you listen closely you will hear the exuberant sound of Bridgekids preparing for the remarkable moment that comes but once a year. Puppies romp through the tall green grass, chasing butterflies and rolling over and over until fits of giggles bring them to a tumbling stop. The volume increases as kittens, cats, tigers and lions purr in pure delight while the wings of snow white doves gently caress the air. The babbling brook that runs beneath Rainbow Bridge overflows onto the edge of mossy banks and fins of treasured aquatic life quiver in anticipation of this most joyous event.

Nestled in the midst of this happy choir of Bridgekids are the littlest angel tots staring in awe at the majestic Christmas tree adorned with flowing strands of angel hair. Effervescent, twinkling stars seesaw elegantly from the sky and land in glorious harmony upon the stoic limbs of Heaven's most perfect Christmas tree. Swaying to and fro in nearby rocking chairs are grandmothers, grandfathers, parents, aunts, uncles and loved ones. The sound of their whispered lullabies permeate the air as they sing to tiny angel babies resting quietly in their arms.

Like magic the clock approaches midnight and a great stirring is heard in the distance. Each Bridgekid stops and listens, knowing the time is near, and they choose a fleecy cloud on which to snuggle. The roar of purrs drops to barely an audible hum, the babbling brook ripples hypnotically and the flutter of downy feathered wings fall silent. Heaven's spirited toddlers climb expectantly upon the laps of angels while babies coo in tranquil unison.

Amidst the warm glow of candle light which rises from the earth below, the arms of the Bridge Keeper envelop the heavens and into the precious hands of each child and in front of each animal a holy gift is placed. With grand exuberance the ribbons are removed and left to fly on a tender breeze where they dissolve into showers of angel dust. As the golden lids of these heavenly gifts are raised, an amazing aura fills the sky, reaching down to the very core of the earth. Ascending from each and every box is the greatest gift of all…unending, unconditional, all-encompassing love. This blessed love gently wraps itself around the cherished souls of heaven, warming their hearts with beacons of radiant light and bringing forth from angels an exquisite chorus. As the clock strikes midnight the distance between heaven and earth is vanished. It is at this very moment on Christmas Eve that the Bridge Keeper, His children, angels and Bridgekids send a message to their earthly loved ones on the wings of this unbridled love.

Listening carefully with an open heart we will hear the familiar voice of our own angel whisper softly into our ear their Christmas message..."Let me share with you this love of mine, always and forever. When you need me know that I am here. I have not left you for I am in your heart where I belong. Our love is eternal as is the brilliant glow of candlelight which illuminates the path to the heavens and Rainbow Bridge. I wait patiently as do you for our inevitable and glorious reunion. I love you, I love you, I love you."

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