Saturday, June 14, 2008

Raw Food Diet, Day 138- My Uncle is Hunting Birds in Heaven

From Big Pupi:

My uncle, Sir Wrigley of Potowomut, left to go hunt some birds in heaven yesterday. Wrigley was 14 years old and my human's family dog growing up. He was the oldest member of the Forgotten Fans. I never got to meet Wrigley because he lived in Rhode Island and I've never been on a plane, but my dad used to regale me with stories about this mythical beast. Wrigley was a backyard boy and his job was to protect the property from all critters hoping to come in. He's wrestled snakes, skunks, and squirrels. He even once took care of a blue jay that had tried to feast on his kibble. Most Red Sox fans hate Yankees, but Wrigley hated Blue Jays and Orioles. Wrigley was also a big fan of meat and cheese, just like me and Stanislaw. Wrigley actually lived long enough to see the Red Sox win two championships, in 2004 and 2007. He celebrated last year by wearing goggles like the Sox. This great hunter and feaster will surely be missed.


Wrigley: 1993-2008


12 comments:

Fenway said...

That's awfully sad news, Stan. Glad you believe in Dog Heaven....I know my predecessor, Logo, helped Wrigley over the bridge and showed him where the bird field is.

Mack said...

Oh guys,
I am so sorry about your handsome Uncle's passing. He sounds like a great dog!

Mom had a half cocker/half hound before me named Sumo. She said he was such a great guy. I think I would have really liked my uncle Mo!

Maggie & Mitch said...

We're so sorry to hear about Wrigley, Stan! It's so hard to lose a good friend! Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family! What a handsome boy he is!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Niamh said...

Stanislaw,

I am so sorry for you and your family. Wrigley sounds like a great boy and looks so noble in his picture. Very sad.

Your friend,
Niamh

Charlie Daniels said...

I am really sorry to hear about Wrigley.

Cheers

Charlie

Snowy & Crystal said...

We are sorry for your loss

Maltese Paws,

Snowy & Crystal

Amber-Mae said...

He was such a handsome stud & natural a good watch dog! It's sooo sad that he went to sleep peacefully yesterday. I hope he's having a sooperb time up there now!

Butt wiggles,
Solid Gold Dancer

Ella Bean & Louis Reginald said...

We are all so sorry for your family's loss. A noble tribute to a noble dog.

Best,
Hilary, Louis and Ella Bean

Tadpole said...

I'm so sorry to hear about Wrigley's passing to the Bridge. My cousin Sadie is up there, and in her younger years she hunted bunnies, so I'm sure they're up there now having a blast and watching all of us.

Hero said...

Sorry to hear about your family's loss. Wrigley sure sounds like one awesome pup. I'm sure in heaven there are lots of Blue Jays and Orioles for him to hunt and meat and cheese to feast on. My little heart goes out to your family.

much love,
Hero

duo_disaster said...

We're so Sorry for Wringley...

We're sure he is now running happily at the other side. We're sending you comfort vibes, loads of them...

Condolences,
Rudolf & Goofy

Petra said...

Wrigley looked like a real sweetheart. You have wonderful memories of him and he will live in your heart forever.

We're sad with you; he'll be missed.