Skip to main content

December 29, 2013 Pups of the Week: In Memorium

We recognize too many dogs this week, too many that crossed from the Mortal Side of the River of Life to the Eternal Side.  There are so many more, and if we have forgotten a family, or pack member, we do apologize. (And thank you to Tommy Tunes for the borrowing of several pictures.)

And now:  In memorium

 Girlie in January
Pierre in January

Dolce in January

Francis in February
Emmie Lou in February

Desoto in February

Tasha in March

Gizmo passed over in March of 2013 from cancer.

 Yoda in April

 Lizzie in May

Meeka in May

PJ from complications from cancer surgery in May
Me, of lung cancer, in June

Fella, from cancer, in June
Roxanne, in June

Atlas in July

Hans from cancer in July
Cassie from stomach cancer in July.

Willie, the dog who said no, in July
Boomer in August

Reba, of  cancer, in September

 Juno in September

Wishbone in September

Annie, of cancer, in September

Ms Queenie, in her sleep, in October
Giant George in October

Ariel in October
Angel in October

Benny, from cancer, in October
Buddy, of cancer, in November

Brandy in November

Kimber in November

Bailey in December

China in December

Jess in December

Misha, of cancer in December


  1. Wow beautiful tribute to so many wonderful friends.

  2. So sad. They will all be missed.
    Best wishes Molly

  3. It breaks our hearts to see so many have gone to The Bridge. Thank you for posting such a beautiful tribute!

    Lily Belle & Muffin

  4. The Bridge is getting to be a very crowded place. So sad for those left behind.

  5. Wow. So many went over the Bridge this year. You did a lovely job with this tribute and I am sure it means a lot to the humans left behind.


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Monday Question

Are you a trip hazard?  Have your parents ever tripped over you?  How often?  Did anyone get injured

Wordless Wednesday

Bishop Arrives at Rainbow Bridge

  The ground shook, the wind bent the trees, and a tremendous howl arose amongst the angels. It was clear that something big was crossing the river:  Czar Bishop had come to Rainbow Bridge. The Czar, son of Miss  Kimberli, brother to the legendary Apollo and Napa, had used every heartbeat and more as he fought to stay with his mom and continue teaching all the orphaned dogs that his mother took in and found new homes for them to live.  When word spread of Bishop's arrival, dogs came from every corner of the Bridge to pay homage to him and greet the incredible dog who inspired his mom to save many other dogs. Bishop also helped his mom create one of the most entertaining Facebook profiles. Transcribed were the conversations between Bishop and his mom ranging from the new students two what he needed at the store. Few dogs have been blessed with a bigger heart than Bishop. He had his collection of pets he doted