Monday, September 15, 2008

Raw Food Diet, Day 230- A Tribute

Big Pupi waxes poetic:

As the summer begins to fade and we take stock of all that has happened over the past few months, we have come to realize that there have been many loved ones lost by our blogging friends and their families. Now I could get all mushy here but I'm not going to. Instead, I would like to post a photo tribute to the dogs that have touched our lives even for a short while. There are happy sendoffs, there are tearful goodbyes, but in each of their stories there is love. Lots of it. And there is great peace in knowing that us animals never for a moment take your kindness for granted. So here's to you...


Wile E.

February 6, 2007 - June 2007

We miss you.

Wile E. was such a smart puppy that at 9 weeks old he could unlatch his crate from the inside and set himself free!

Wile E. was nicknamed the 'Rug Gator' because he loved to nibble on ankles.



Fostered Februay 2007 - only 30 days before she found her forever home!

Romy was my first love. (It might have had something to do with the fact that she wasn't spayed and was in heat when she first arrived.) I used to do all kinds of dances and spins to try and get her attention!


We encourage everyone to post a photo tribute to the ones we love that are no longer with us, and write a happy or funny memory. They can be pets that were taken to the Rainbow Bridge or dogs like Romy that paid a short visit before moving on to her permanent home. It's nice to see their faces sometimes... even if it's only a photograph... and it's wonderful to remember something that makes you smile.

Love the ones you're with,
Big Pupi


Fenway said...

That was a beautiful tribute and we ended up savoring a few minutes of peace while we admired the spunky puppy. Wile E. Romy looks like she just pulls the love out of you and I can understand why she took a little piece of your heart with you.

We're going to work on a tribute to my predecessor, Logo. Ms. Alpha was positively destroyed when he went to the Bridge. But he was such a great dog that she realized she could never live without one of us and that's how the Alphas got ME!

You're a sagacious dude, Pupi.

Unknown said...

A wonderful post. That little blonde cocker puppy reminded Mommy of the two blonde cockers that she grew up with -- Sam and Robbie. Two great fellas she'll be thrilled to see when her time is up!

Lots of love,


the many Bs said...

hi Big Pupi, we like that tribute to your departed friends. that was very sweet.


Charlie Daniels said...

Sorry I haven't been around for the last few days ... been very busy!



Girl Girl Hamster said...

Aw.. this is a very sweet tribute.

~ Girl girl

Amber-Mae said...

This post made me leaky... I just came from another blog which also had a very leaky post. I'm sooo sad today but what a loverly tribute this is!

Butt wiggles,
Solid Gold Dancer

Molly the Airedale said...

What a wonderful tribute! Wile E and Romy are both very cute pups! They'll never be forgotten!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

FleasGang said...

Totally in love with Wile E.What happened to the little fella?

Can't wait to make ourselves tiny :-)

The Fleas

Tony said...

My photo tribute to our Toy Poodle Missy-Moo (Misty) who passed away 3months ago is on my blog