Welcome to Chelsea's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
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Memories of Chelsea
Chelsea became part of our family in June 1997, after she was rescued through Planned Pethood, and it was love at first site. She was our constant companion and a friend to our cat Little Watson. Over the years her and Little Watson always spent their time together. Chelsea was called the Queen of the house because she always got what she wanted. Every time she went outside she always received a milk bone dog biscuit, which was her favorite times of the day. Sometimes she wanted to go out not for obvious reasons but just to get a treat when she came back in. Chelsea would spend hours sitting in a chair with us or laying in bed with us. She never wanted to be very far from her dads. Over the last few months prior to her death she became a favorite to the elderly residents of Sunset Village where she went weekly to visit her Mom. We never thought of life without Chelsea and her illness came and took her from us so quickly and unexpectedly and has caused such an emptiness in our lives. Our love for her will never end and we look forward to our time that we can be reunited with her. May God look out for our baby and bless her in her new place with no pain or sickness. WE LOVE YOU, Your two dads, Chris & Michael STILL LOVED AND MISSED! THANKS TO ALL FOR YOUR KIND WORDS. On February 6. 2014 Little Watson, our cat and Chelsea's best friend joined her at the Bridge. It was heart breaking to lose him but rather then see him suffer we know that he is in a better place and one day we will all see each other again.

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