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Sunday, October 20, 2013

New Angels at the Bridge

It seems as if it's a busy time at the Rainbow Bridge, welcoming pups who've just arrived.

Gracie Lynn of the Slimmer Pugs recently went to the Bridge.

As did Pip.  

I know these little ones can't stay with us forever and I know they are running free now, without pain, without the problems they had here on this Earth.  But the time they have with us is so short and I know their people must be feeling very sad about now.  If you can, please stop by and give a bit of support.  Gracie, Pip, you and others that are at the Rainbow Bridge will be missed here....until we're all together once again. 


Mr. Pip said...

Thank you for this lovely post for Pip and Gracie! I know they are together running pain free like young puppies through fields of flowers ...

Best, Kristin (Pip's assistant)

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Very kind words you have spoken,, and your so right about everything you said-- such sadness.


Dana Orsborn said...

We were so sad to hear about Gracie and Pip.
This is a very sweet tribute to them.

-Dana, Daisy & Bruce

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