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MACIEJanuary 26, 2009

I was so blessed for 10 months. That is how long Macie (Baby Dog) lived with me and Ronnie. Macie was a Texas traveler. She always visited Gizmo and Emma (her dog friends) in Midland when we went to Bob's. She went to South Padre Beach and had mohito's with us at the Beach Cabana and swam in the ocean. She rode in the boat with me and her DADDY at Lake Colorado City. She ran up and down our shore line - she loved going to the lake.

She waited until she heard Miller's truck come around the corner at the lake house - and he called her HOT ROD.

She greeted Mama Vivien every night with gusto. And as for me everyday at lunch I got hugs and kisses. She went to San Antonio, Keerville. Anywhere that HER DADDY and I went, she went too. She loved everyone. She really didn't know she was a dog. She had so many expressions - just with her eyes and ears. She got so excited when Jake came to visit. Jake was her buddy. She bounced when she saw Ashley. And of course, she had naps with little daddy BOB. And Stephanie was her little mama. This little angel of a dog touched everyone's life in our family and made us all better for it.

She loved taking naps with her DADDY & watching TV with her DADDY. Now, her DADDY is lost without her. I loved her from the minute I saw her. She touched my heart, my soul. I fixed her spot right beside me every night to sleep. It is so hard to relax without my FUZZ FUZZ. I cannot tell you the magnitude that I loved my little Macie girl. To me she was my baby. I hope everyone says a prayer for her, for her last hours on earth were not good for her. But she looked at me right before her last breathe as I told her I loved her - I could see the love in her eyes. So for ten months - most of 2008 - I had a best friend and her name was MACIE
Maggie MaeI lost Stix on December 1, 2005 and on December 28, 2005 you came into my life as a little 3.5 pound baby girl. When I rescued you from the pound, I never expected to lose you after 12 days. On your seventh day with me, you were diagnosed with Parvo and after 5 days of intense treatment you joined Stix. My heart was broken once again. I feel such a loss and treasure those few days with you. I will never replace you and continue to feel your presence. I miss you, Maggie and will see you one day again.
Mamour FidjouMy MAMOUR FIDJOU,you decide to leave a few days before I went to live in USA. You spent 15 years with us where you were a brother, a son...a member of the family. We will never forget you and we miss you a lot and think about you everyday.
MaxWe had Max for seven years. He died of acute kidney failure. A week and 2 days later we got another dog, same breed. We still talk about him even though he is gone, but we will see him again. He was a black standard poodle.
Max the big babyWe got our big old Max from a women who was moving to the city and couldn't take him with her. Her was large...130 pounds and and indoor dog. I really wasn't crazy about having that big of a dog in the house but he was just so sweet. We took him home with us and he instantly became one of the family. We had four other dogs at the time and they all loved Max too. He was just the sweetest, biggest baby and we loved him dearly. We only got to spend a little over three years with our Max. He slipped and tore both ACL's and also had bone cancer. It was a very heartbreaking end, but he hung in there as long as he could. My vet was kind enough to come to our house last Monday (2/22/07) and release Max from his pain. I held my big baby, stroked his face and told him how much I loved him as he passed away in my arms. It was so hard but I know that he is happy now and I told him to make sure and find me when my time comes. I will miss him terribly!
Mighty Mitzi RoseMy sweet Mitzi went to Rainbow Bridge this past Monday (06/18/07). She was a 13 year old black and white Pekingese that I got when she was 8 weeks old and very much a one owner dog. She was my lap dog! She was in a lot of pain and misery and I had to make the decision that was the best one for her. I asked God to send me a sign that I had made the right decision and today I found this story about Rainbow Bridge. Thank you so much for printing this story on your website. It has made it a little easier to deal with now that I know about Rainbow Bridge. I lost another black and white Pekingese, Doogie Domino, that I had for 15 years back in Oct 2005, the same time my dad passed away. Doogie and Mitzi grew up and old together and it's very nice to know they are back together and waiting for me at Rainbow Bridge. Mitzi and Doogie, Mama loves you so much and misses you every day! Until we meet again at Rainbow Bridge, you both will always hold a special piece of my heart with you!
MikaMy sister had to put her cat Mika of 14 1/2 years down on February 16, 2009. It was the hardest thing she has ever had to do. Mika (Beeks,) as she was affectionately called, was a wonderful companion for my sister and nothing can take the pain of losing her away. I remember Mika attacking our feet as a young kitten and I hated it because it hurt so much but those are the great memories that stay with you always. Mika had a good long, healthy life and she is always loved and will be missed. Rest now Beekies, you will forever be with us.
Miss you Fi.We always think that we have so much time, and the future. I never thought my time with you would be cut so short. I miss you so much, and think about how empty home is without you.
miss you SadieSadie you had a rough start in life. You were shot with a pellet gun, had your tail broken and left to heal on it's own, and starved to the point your growth was stunted. But I hope when you found your way to your new home here with us you knew you were loved deeply and protected from the past. She was here for 9 years and then past away from FIP. I'm so sorry your ending was as rough as your beginning. We all loved you so much and miss you. Mama Brenda and Papa David
Missin MarleyThe worlds best dog... Marley touched the heart of every person he met. He enjoyed all aspects of golfing, from watching it on television, to riding in the golf cart with your dad. You made everyone you met want a border collie. You were the most gentle, loving, smart, beautiful dog, ever. I miss you every second of every day. You will live in our hearts forever. I miss you.