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In loving memory of my beautiful Cuddles. You came into our family when you reached your paw out to us at the Hinton SPCA in 1998. You were the best friend anyone could ask for. I will never forget you and thank you for being there for me for the last 16 1/2 years. RIP <3 Love mom, Jordon and Allison xoox
I'M STILL HERE: Friend,
please don’t mourn for me I’m still here, though you don’t see. I’m right
by your side each night and day and within your heart I long to stay. My
body is gone but I’m always near. I’m everything you feel, see or hear. My
spirit is free, but I’ll never depart as long as you keep me alive in your
heart. I’ll never wander out of your sight- I’m the brightest star on a
summer’s night. I’ll never be beyond your reach- I’m the warm moist sand
when you’re at the beach. I’m the colorful leaves when fall comes around
and the pure white snow that blankets the ground.I’m the beautiful flowers
of which you’re so fond, The clear cool water in a quiet pond. I’m the
first bright blossom you’ll see in the spring, The first warm raindrop that
April will bring. I’m the first ray of light when the sun starts to shine,
and you’ll see that the face in the moon shine is mine. When you start
thinking there’s no one to love you, you can talk to through the Lord up
above you. I’ll whisper my answer through the leaves on the trees, and
you’ll feel my presence in the soft summer breeze. I’m the hot salty tears
that flow when you weep and the beautiful dreams that come while you sleep.
I’m the smile you see on a baby’s face. Just look for me friend, I’m every
place! ~Author Unknown
Dana and Cory Swanek
In Loving memory of
Dakota (Cody) Pawa who passed away on May 1st 2011 in Edmonton, Alberta. A
loving, gentle giant, Cody was a female Alaskan Malamute with a beautiful
black and white coat with cream highlights. She did not cause me any fuss
or extraordinary effort to have her by my side for 11 years. A purebred I
acquired at age 5, she was truly a gorgeous animal. All things come to pass
and after a stroke three weeks ago, she laboured along; but her time had
come. She will join our first siberian husky Nikita, 9 years old at time of
passing; and our two siamese cats 16 years and 21 years and passed on
(Mickey and Minnie our children's pets), their ashes in urns and oka boxes
in a quiet place in our home.
In loving memory of
my 17-year old 'little love', Spuds, who passed away on August 13,
2010. I will be forever thankful for the years we lived and loved
each other. I love you so much, my sweetheart. See you on the
other side. ♥♥♥
We originally bought
Bailey so his adopted brother Snowy could have someone to play with and
keep company. As the years went by , they became the very best of friends ,
acually more like brothers.They were always there for each other. We loved
our Bailey to pieces, but after about 8 1/2 yrs Bailey became very sick
with epilepsy and then his kidneys started to shut down. For a little puppy
who lived through his tummy he was slowly starving as he couldn't keep any
food down and he was skin and bone,so on Oct.20th at 12:15pm Bailey went to
that special place where all loved pets go to wait for mom and dad so they
can be together again.
We will miss our little boy until we can all be together again.
Riley was an awesome
kitten. he played fetch and loved to be around people. his bright attitude
brought joy to many people in his path. he was only 6 months old when I had
to put him down as he had broken his hip by playing and nothing could slow
him down. he will always be missed and never forgotten but i know he is in
a better place now without pain. we love you Riley.
Casper was about 8
weeks old when we found her. We did not know she was near death until we
came home one day and we had to stomp on the floor for her to know we were
home. She was 17 years old. I miss her with all my heart, but I know we did
the right thing. She was in pain.
Dieter came into our
lives when he was 8 weeks old, he was the dog I had always dreamed of
having since I was a little girl. He grew up so fast into such a beautiful
dog, both inside and out. He was very active and loved going for runs with
my husband. But at the same time he enjoyed curling up on the couch with me
for a good petting. He also made the house seem so safe when my husband was
away, which was quite often. He had his first knee surgery in March 2003
for a torn ACL and three years later his other ACL needed to be replaced in
April 2006. I'll never know how much pain he was in, he was a very strong
dog both mentally & physically.
Our little soldier so brave and strong, in your mind you could
do no wrong
But your days were no longer full of fun, and this was a battle that could
not be won
So we'll raise our glass to you each day, and in our hearts you'll always
We miss you.....
Love Always, the Schmidts
Misty came to live
with me in her twilight years at the ripe old age of 11½ , She is the first
dog I ever had soul guardian ship of, what a great way to start. Although
she lost 12 of her remaining 14 teeth in the first two weeks I had her she
seemed to blossom after that, her heart mummer went away and her
personality came out. She was a tough little dog, snapping at pretty much
any size of dog that got in her face too much. There were days she would
make me forget her age, running around like a puppy in spite of her
seizures. She was relaxed and always made me smile. She convinced me that Poodles
are the Best type of dog... and I convinced her to be a proud poodle at the
same time. She was timid when she arrived, but within weeks her tail came
out from between her legs and she learned to love people and socializing
even with other dogs. She is the only dog my father has every truly liked.
He would ask when I would arrive at my parent's home, "where's the
little dog?" before even saying hello to me. I couldn't have asked for
a better start into the dog world. She truly was an angel to me and for
that I will always be thankful. I would like to thank NASAP for trusting
her to my care and for the Support they gave her as well. NASAP are truly
angels in the help they give animals in need. The photo attached is one of
my favorites... "Misty with her face in the breeze." She was a
regal little one.
Our Cat Tigger was brought into our home as a stray, we took
her in. I wasn't even born when she came into our lives, the best
thing that's ever happened to me and my family. She was only a kitten when
we got her, we brought her into our home in 1984, she was my best friend.
All pets demand little, they give unconditional acceptance and reassurance,
and offer immediate consistent feedback, I miss her so much, she was my
best friend as do all of you who have lost a pet. They are part of family
triangles, absorbing or defusing anger, tension, and even love that's to
strong for other family members to direct toward each other. When I turned
8 years old I was allowed to get a kitten, and Tig took him in as if it
were her own. I can tell he misses her, Tigger was like a mother to him.
Tigger passed away 4 months ago, I know I wasn't even born and now I'm
16 years old. She was 19 years old, she could have lived a bit longer but
her kidney's were failing and everything she ate didn't make her gain
weight. Her usual weight was about 14 pounds and it suddenly dropped to 9
pounds, she was starving herself, she also drank water a lot, as you can
see here, she's in the sink, lying in a bit of left over water... we didn't
like what was happening to her so we decided to put her down on April 30th
of 2004. The good news is we just adopted a kitten and we go and pick him
up tomorrow, Charlie will be happy now, he's a big softy!!
You will always be
remembered and never forgotten Tigger, I love u so much.
I'll keep saying
goodnight to you for the rest of my life, until we're together again.
Peace be with you my