In Loving Memory of "Lady"

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Home:Stowmarket, Suffolk, United Kingdom  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

Walkies, Being fussed and cuddled, being washed by our cats, coffee.

Bathtime, Another pet in her seat on the sofa.

Favorite Toy:
Lady had no interest in toys.

Favorite Food:
Catfood, and bread if she got the chance.

Favorite Walk:
Meadows, she loved to sniff everything, so anywhere with alot of smells or where other dogs had been.

Best Tricks:
Smiling, Lady would lift her lips and give us a big smile everytime we came home.

Arrival Story:
We got Lady when she about 18 months old, she was at a local rescue kennels, and she gave us a smile when we first saw her and that sealed it.

From the way Lady acted when we first got her home I would say she had been abused, because all you had to do was raise your voice at her and she would bop and wee on the spot, horrible to see a dog do this, but with time and love she gained confidence and the emotional scares healed, by the time she had reached 3 or 4 she was fine, she loved life, and life was good to her after the initial bad time she experienced as a pup, Lady only needed to go to the vets about 3 times in her entire life, and those visits where only for cuts and minor things, basically she was never ill, unfortunately old age caught up with her in the end, and on the 16th October 2006, at the ripe old age of 14, we had to have her put to sleep due to her kidneys and liver failing her, she loved it here at home so we paid extra to have her put to sleep here, could'nt bare the thought of it being done in a strange place like the vets, she now has pride of place in our garden next to her life long companion "Max", who died 3 years earlier, never was there a dog that asked for so little yet gave so much as Lady, and she will be forever loved and never forgotten.

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Lady's Log

"Feeling BLUE"

November 6th 2007 1:56 am
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My Angel...
Where are you?
I'm lost, confused, alone...
I cannot see you...
There is darkness around me;
The fire has died, my light blown away
By an unwanted breeze...
I am wandering, going around and around
in circles...
Is there no end to this loneliness?

My Angel...
Where are you?
My heart is sad, it cannot hear your songs.
All I hear is the echo of your love,
Its melody fading...

Now there is only silence, maddening silence.
It is suffocating, draining my heart of your songs...
Is there no escape from this madness?

My Angel...
Where are you?
I am cold...
I cannot feel your wings around me,
Cannot feel your loving arms to embrace me...
There is only emptiness...
Emptiness that pulls, and pushes, and shoves...
The emptiness is within me, devouring me whole,
Leaving nothing left but an empty soul...
Where are you, my Angel? Come to me, fill me up with your love... Make me
whole again...
Do not leave me in this pit of despair...

My Angel...
Where are you?
I cannot see you, hear you, feel you...
Have you gone away from me? have you taken away my heart...

... My Angel,

... where are you?

PLEASE HELP BLUE!!!, a black and white Siberian Husky (4 year old male, brown eyes, microchipped) has been missing since May 8, 2007 from Brighton, MI.
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