My beautiful girl has been my shadow for fourteen and a half years. She came to us at 6 weeks old and changed our lives forever.|
She was the sweetest natured dog..everyone says so and she just loved being with all of us in the house.
She was truly one of the family..she slept in a comfy bed inside and had another bed in the lounge and one out on our undercover deck.
She didn't like the car very much and was a very anxious traveller but she ran like mad at the park and loved it so much with the other dogs it was such a joy to her..it was worth the car trip.
She loved water and her bath was a plastic clam shell in the back yard lovingly filled with warm water for her..her coat shone in the sun and did til the day she left us.
Bonnie had a red rubber ball she was given as a puppy and she carried it around til her final days. It is a very precious memento of her life with us.
She lived a beautiful life fit for a beautiful doggie and was a very loved member of our family.
The hardest thing is to know when the time is right to have to let them go and I've grieved deeply for her loss. The tears are flowing as I write this memoir.
We have her now in an urn on our table along with our other dog that went on before her.
So hard to relate the urn to the warm soft snuffling doggie and companion that she was.
I can't bear to think about her too much as it has cut very deeply but I guess day by day I'll manage to deal with the loss as best as I can.
Our precious girl will be remembered with a great deal of love for yhe the rest of our lives. Rest in peace my
Thankyou from the bottom of my heart to all of you who have sent messages wonderful of sympathy and support.