Welcome to Annie Mae's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
Memories of Annie Mae
Annie Mae, the little dog nobody wanted. Annie sat at a local pet store for five weeks because no one wanted her. She had a very scraggly haircut and she looked awful. When we saw her sitting in her little cage we fell in love with her immediately and took her home. There Ginger and Suzi, who were already five years old, were waiting for her. Ginger and Suzi immediately adopted little Annie as their "baby sister." Annie especially attached herself to Ginger. She tried to play with Suzi, but Suzi couldn't be bothered. Instead Annie followed Ginger around everywhere. She would always lie up against her to be sure that Ginger was there to protect her. The three became known as "The Girls."
Every day, weather permitting, The Girls could be seen taking their daily walk, one behind the other along the curb of our property. They enjoyed a wonderful life on Cinderella Lane. Our family, friends and neighbors all loved them.
Ginger and Suzi reside at the Bridge too and we know that they are there today to welcome Annie. The Girls are together again, forever.
JUNE 18, 2005 - Sweet Annie, we miss you so much. Your little sister Killian has adjusted very well. She has taken over the entire couch and bed now. She also expects to have your cookie ration! We are sure that you are having a wonderful time being reunited with Ginger and Suzi. We think of all of you every day. With love from your family.
Please also visit Ginger and Suzi.
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