April 2nd 2010 11:07 am
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With heartfelt sadness, I wish Godspeed to my beautiful and tiny little rat terrier friend, Peaches. She was only 11 years old but had a hard life until she was rescued at 5 years old by her loving family who willingly took her in when the breeder wanted to put her down due to her many health issues.
She was loved so very much by her family. She, like me, never played with toys as she had never had them as a pup.
She did love eating pumpkin, yogurt and cottage cheese which became part of her required diet after getting diabetes and glaucoma.
Her favorite thing was just sitting in the sunshine and relaxing.
She eventually went blind but her heart was so big, that blindness was never an issue for her. She loved her family and her pals so very much and always had loving and kind words for all.
We shared a mutual pal, Little Bit. I know that Little Bit and she are now together and sitting in the sunshine in a meadow at the Bridge today and looking down upon us all with so much love.
She is telling Mimi, Candy O Cootinka, Nicky and Sonny she is fine and that she will always watch over them from above.
Peachy, I love you little pal and will miss you terribly in the days ahead. You were always such a dear pal to all who loved you as I did. I will continue to love you from afar and know that someday we will all sit in the sunshine together again.
Godspeed, tiny gal. You will always be part of my heart.
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Speed Softly little one
You knew Love .. and that is so beautiful.....
Know that those here.. and those at the Bridge have you in their hearts
Thankyou Willie.. you too are so special
I'm so sorry for the loss of your friend. :(
Such sad news Willie.....Godspeed to your sweet little friend Peaches....it's good to know that she and LB were friends here on earth, and LB is there to show her around and make her feel welcome.
Saying good bye to a friend is hard .
Here at the Bridge we will be greeting Peaches and showing her around so she doesn't feel a stranger