Jan 21, 2019

Don't Wanna Get Forgotted

Just a little Weenie pup stopping by to say

Hope no buddy is frozen in the North country.
Still nice and warm at my house.

Here is little blind me in case you forgotted what I look like.

And another one of ME
I may be blind BUTT just look at my tail wagging!

Here is Brudder Max and ME
Boy is he gettin' GREY!

Here is Brudder Max and Shelby
What are you doing to her, Max?
(I'm photo bombing with a nap in the background)

And here is Lexi Broken Jaw with her Santa and Annie in the photo bomb position.

And finally all of us waiting for Dad to pass out the treats.
See my tail on the lower right?
Guess I was looking the wrong way since I can't see anything anymore.  I still got my treat though.

And guess what!
After 6 long years Mommy finally updated her own website (with all of us as the stars of course).

If you gots the time on a snowy Monday, check it out and find out what's been going on in our lives over the last six years.  If you have Internet Explorer, you can hear the music and watch the one video that is on the page.  For some reason, the other browsers won't play the music or show the video.

Here is the linky.

Be careful out there this winter and please don't get your paws wet!


Jan 1, 2019

Wishing Every BUDDY a Happy Yappy 2019




Dec 29, 2018

In Loving Memory of Sarah Ricca

Truly an Angel...


When A Rescuer Arrives At Rainbow Bridge
Author Unknown

Unlike most of the sun-filled days at Rainbow Bridge, this particular day dawned cold and gray, damp as a swamp and as dismal as any day could be imagined.  All of the recent arrivals had no idea what to think, as they had never ever experienced a day like this before. But.....the animals who had been waiting for their beloved people, knew exactly what was going on and started to gather at the pathway leading to The Bridge..........to watch.

It wasn't long before an animal came into view, his head hung low, so very low, and his tail dragging. The other animals, the ones who had been there for a while, knew what his story was right away, for they had seen this happen far, far too often.  He approached slowly, very slowly, and was obviously in great emotional pain, but with no sign of injury or illness.

Unlike all of the other animals waiting at The Bridge, this animal had not been restored to youth and made healthy and vigorous again.  As he walked toward The Bridge, he watched all of the other animals watching him. He knew he was out of place here and the sooner he could cross over, the happier he would be.  But, alas, that was not to be.  As he approached The Bridge, his way was barred by the appearance of an Angel who sadly apologized to him, and then told him that he would not be able to pass.  Only those animals who were with their people could pass over the Rainbow Bridge.

With no place else to turn, the animal turned towards the fields before The Bridge and saw a group of other animals like himself … the elderly, the infirm, the sick… They weren't playing, but rather simply lying on the green grass, forlornly staring out at the pathway leading to The Bridge.  And so, he took his place among them, watching the pathway and waited.

One of the newest arrivals at The Bridge didn't understand what he had just witnessed and asked one of the other animals that had been there for a while to explain it to him.  "You see, that poor animal over there, with the others, they are rescues. He was turned in to rescue just as you see him now … sadly, he never made it out of rescue and passed on with only the love of his rescuer to comfort him as he left his earthly existence.  Because he had no family to give his love to, he has no one to escort him across The Bridge."

The first animal thought about this for a minute and then asked, "So what will happen now?"  "Watch, and see," said the second animal for he was about to receive his answer …

Suddenly, the clouds parted swiftly, and the gloom lifted with a mighty wind.  Approaching The Bridge could be seen a single person bathed in a golden light.  Then a whole group of the sick and older animals also was bathed in the same golden light and restored to youth and health.

A group of animals broke away from those waiting for their families, came to the pathway and bowed their heads ever so low as the person neared closer.  As each bowed their head, the person offered them a pat or a scratch behind the ears.

Then, one by one, the newly restored animals fell into line behind the person and followed towards The Bridge… and they all crossed Rainbow Bridge together.

"What just happened?" asked the first animal.

"That was a Rescuer. The animals you saw bowing to the rescuer in respect were those who found new homes because of some rescuer’s work. They will all cross over The Bridge when their forever families arrive.  The others you saw restored were the ones who never found forever homes, who were too old or sick when they arrived in rescue, and died there.  But, when a Rescuer arrives, that person is allowed to perform one, final act of rescue. They are allowed to escort all those poor animals across The Rainbow Bridge to heaven.”

"I think I like Rescuer's," said the first animal. "So does God," was the reply from the second animal, "so does God…"

Dec 25, 2018

To All Our Furends.. :)

Merry Christmas
Wishes for a Happy Holiday Season

Amber, Max,
Our Pack
Our Momster

With Love