Arrival Story: Wyoming's mother Cheyenne was a dog left tied to the tree of a house that we bought. Cheyenne was pregnant at the time we "bought her house" and we kept her and the puppy (Wyoming) that she gave birth to a month later.
Bio: Wyoming is battling cancer. Diagnosed in May of 07 but doing well post surgery with holistic care.
Oh Wyoming I just can't believe that it has been three years now since you left on your journey to the Rainbow Bridge. I miss you so very much my girl. As I sit here this morning writing this I can remember that day three years ago so clearly. My heart aches to pet you again and to bury my face into your neck and softly sing to you as I always did and listen to your deep sigh of contentment. I know there will come a day when I will be able to do that again but until then I guess I have to heal my heart with your memory. You were and are my heartdog. Hope you know just how very much I love and miss you sweet girl. I will be watching for you in the clouds this day as I know somehow, someway you will send me a sign that all is well with you.
Love, hugs, kisses, and sweet dreams
Just can't believe that this wonderful place has reached the end of the line. We have been here 7 years now and have made some of the best friends anyone could ask for. It is because of Dogster that when I got to the Bridge I had friends there and Mom had friends on dogster that helped her get through it. Not just for my crossing but for Cheyenne, Radar, Wolf, and Molly too. When Mom adopted a new dog they too were welcomed with open paws to this wonderful family of dog lovers. I know it breaks our hearts to think this will soon be gone the way of the dinosaurs. We just wanted to tell all of you just how much we care about each and every one of our pals and we hope that through Facebook (or any other group we land at) we can all stay in touch. Heck after seven years you are all family to us. Anyway Mom's name is Debbie Ouellette and you can find her on facebook. You will know it's her because my beautiful smiling face is at the very top of her page.
Thanks pals for the laughs, the love, the sharing of tears we will always love you and dogster for giving us the chance to find one another.
Love and Hugs to All
Wyoming whose heart is broken..... Mom (Debbie) too
Well pals Mom is back from her trip to Maine and the annual candle lighting. She has posted a couple of pics on my page for you to see. They are pictures 2-5. Once again it was a beautiful evening and we Angels were right there with them as they lit all of the candles and spoke from their hearts about us, their heartdogs. We had a little fun with them this year, as they started to light the candles we sent some breezes to Maine and we laughed as we watched them running around the garden relighting the candles we had blown out. After a while we decided to be kind and stop playing with them and finally ALL the candles stayed lit. Mom of course was sad and happy all at the same time. The beauty and tranquility of the garden touches her heart but at the same time it is so heartbreaking to realize that every single flame is dedicated to a pup that has gone to the Bridge. We can only hope that someday, some way a cure for this terrible thing called cancer can be found. Until then she will go each and every year to laugh, to cry, and to share with others just how very much each and every one of us is loved, missed, and always remembered. Thanks to all of you who joined us that night from your own homes, it means more than you will ever know.
Love and Hugs to All
Wyoming a Rainbow Bridge Dog that will never be forgotten