Welcome to Mae's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
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Memories of Mae
Mae (yonnaise) was a firecracker, a love butt, a stinkin' cute little bundle of joy who loved everyone and got her nose into everything. Before she found her loving home she was a lonely little ragamuffin running the streets eating trash. Then she met her world. Liz and Scott instantly knew she was their 3rd dog daughter. They went to an adoption event but it didn't seem right. They left for home but decided to check one last time at their local rescue center before ending the search that day. It just so happened that Miss Mae got there the same day. From that moment, not a care in the world was left in Maes' Days. She got all the food she could ever dogdream of. She had a big sister now, Piper who was usually visibly annoyed by the antics of the new pup, but was a big sis who loved her none the less. Piper wouldnt admit it but her little sis, the new baby blonde pitty, started to grow on her. Squirrel chasing, stick jumping, food stealing... the days fell into nights with lazy snuggles on the couch... back into days where she was always the first to awake and bring the sun up. That was Mae. A shine so bright it consumed all the dark around. Never a person who met her would forget her and they'd never meet her without a smile and an 'Awaaaah'. Mae McIntosh was an always loving, glass OVERFLOWINGLY full type dog, mainly because of her soul but certainly because of the beautiful life she attracted and the care and love reciprocated by her sister Piper, and her loving parents, Liz and Scott.

Mae will be sorely missed. The angels are lucky to have such a pup. Her shine won't leave the sky for some time... most likely, never. Mae is the type of soul for why our world exists. RIP baby Mae, gone too soon but a pup who left memories that will never, ever fade.



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