Our Angels is an ongoing series where we honour cherished pets that have passed away.
This post was written by Claudia Gale Email: email@example.com Read Claudia’s other posts Our Angels is an ongoing series where we honour cherished pets who have passed away. Today’s angel is Tigger, a gorgeous kitty who brought so much joy into Claudia and Cleo’s lives. Tigger was an excellent cat. From the very beginning there was something special about her. We adopted her from a shelter where I volunteered, and she instantly bonded with a family full of people and many pets. Tigger became buddies with our dog and our other adopted kitties. She made a best friend who remained very close to her until the day she died – Cleo, another stray...Read More
Our Angels is an ongoing series where we honour cherished pets who have passed away. Today’s angel is Dozer, a German Sheppard/Terrier mix who meant the world to Cheryl. Dozer came into my life when I was four years old. Right from the start she was protective of me; nobody was allowed to get close until they had met her approval and even then she would watch them cautiously, ready to step in and take over at a moment’s notice. She was, and still is, one of the best friends I’ve ever had. When I was young she let me dress her up in my old ballet costumes. Dozer was an incredible dog with a boundless energy and spirit. She loved to run. We used to...Read More
Our Angels is an ongoing series where we honour cherished pets who have passed away. Today’s angel is Bailey, an adorable Yorkshire Terrier who will never be forgotten. *** This is a letter to my little man, Bailey. Your little feet pattering across the floors. Your bark, your late night sighs and the way you always nestled into me. The way you hated getting baths, and how you loved to finally free yourself of the towel and drag your body across the area rugs. How you barked when I asked you if you loved me, and how you reacted when I’d point at myself and ask who loved you. The way you bounced around in front of me from side to side as we walked into...Read More