Welcome to Hank's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
Memories of Hank
Hank was very playful he always listened and was the sweetest thing in this world. He loved to play with soccer balls basketballs and water bottles. He felt special when I let him eat watermelon with me and sleep in my bed. He had to be put down because of cancer but I know he's in a safe happy place now. He loved every one and everyone loved him back. He had the weirdest obsession with tuna fish, he would hop up and down for it in the kitchen when I was about to give it to him. Every time I took him for a walk he'd look back up at me every 5 seconds smiling, thanking me for taking him outside. In my backyard he had his own pine tree where he like to walk around it and scratch his butt. Hank would lay on his spine with his arms and legs in the air for me to rub and scratch his stomach, I called it tummy games. I got him when he was 3 months old, when I was 6. Now I'm only 13 and will miss him for the rest of my life. At least I know he got to grow up in a loving home. He was the most lovable thing on this earth.
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