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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

For Tuni

It's been a rough time lately for the pug blogging community and another little girl has gone to the Bridge. I remember finding The Girls blog and seeing Sequoia and Tuni.  Tuni was such a tiny little pug and had a magical tongue.  She also had a very special friend in Winston.  Yesterday was Tuni's turn to go to the Bridge.  I'm thinking she was greeted by so many from the pug blogging community that she knew she was home and safe. She'll be looking down on her sisters Sequoia and Emma and her parents and her new brudder and making sure they are okay.  Maybe you can help her and offer some words of comfort to her family at this sad time.


♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

We didn't know Tuni but it is always so sad to lose a beloved pet. So many pugs recently. We heard on the news today that they are one breed that have to be very careful with this horrible heat we are having. Soft woos and gentle hugs to Tuni's family.

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Tweedles -- that's me said...

Your words are so nicely said DW.
I feel sad too. Tuni was like the tiniest little flower, and we were all blessed to experience her life.
She had such a loving home and so many of us were her friends.
We will miss her. I will look for her star in the sky tonight.

Two French Bulldogs said...

Run free sweet Tuni
Benny & Lily

Faith Shen said...

Stay cool and strong little Tuni! :D

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Sequoia & Petunia & Emma said...

thank you for your caring post Tuni has left a hole in our hearts that will never be filled. I know she is happy now though licking her paws like she used to after a good meal with a full belly.

houndstooth said...

Aww, she was such a cute little peanut! Our hearts definitely go out to her family. Those little old lady dogs really wrap you around their little dewclaws!