BULLIES come in all ages

BULLIES come in all ages
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Surround yourself with positive people,
energy, and situations;
always avoid negativity.


Life is too short to wake up with regrets.
So, love the people who treat you right.

Forgive, and then forget about the ones who don't.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Monday's Memory Mosaic ~Spunky

Hubby and I found Spunky as a stray in 1994.
She was the sweetest, most gentle dog I have ever known.
Spunky "mothered" everything she could, including our Lab, Comet, and our lop-eared rabbits.

Spunky passed away, in the backseat of the car, with her head in my lap, as we sped to the emergency vet. She was 13 years old and we believe she had a stroke. She did not suffer.

We did.


Sam said...

The toughest thing about loving them is losing them. She looks like such a sweetheart.


Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

What a find!!!

Thanks fur giving Spunky a home and a shoutout here!


JackDaddy said...

Memories are a two-edged sword. Wouldn't it be nice if we could only remember the good stuff and not the sad?

Mr Koda MD said...

Great pics of Spunky! She looks like a lovely girl

Priscilla said...

I could feel how you felt at that moment. It's really hurt and heartbroken. However, Spunky was so lucky to have your love and care and had those sweet years with you all. I'm glad she didn't suffer when she passed, yes, we did but we're also glad she passed peacefully.

Thanks for sharing the lovely pictures of Spunky.

Mango said...

She seems like a wonderful pup. It is good to know she passed peacefully even though it must have broken your heart.

Mango Momma

io e clo said...

Spancky was special....i know he miss you!
Your blog is very pretty!
I' m golden retriever' s owner.

kks said...

oh, Spunky was just beautiful! looks like a lab/newfie...or golden mix.....she was a very lucky girl to have found you!
i hope you have a good week walking the drive! (i gotta see a pic of your route...you must have one hell of a driveway!}
have a wonderful week....

Susan said...

What a wonderful picture collage of a truly beautiful pup soul! You were with her at the end, and she is always in your heart! SH

countryliving said...

Spunky had a very special loving home.

Susan said...

Just noticed your new border. How long has it been up? Just in case I have been really remiss! SH

The Rocky Creek Scotties said...

We know Spunky enjoyed her life with you. The hardest thing about having pets is when they have to go to the Rainbow Bridge.

Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Ruairi

Madi and Mom said...

Oh what a beautiful tribute to Spunky. It made me a little teary...anyone who has ever rushed a pet to the ER Vet knows though!!!Each pet carries a tiny bit of our heart with them to the Rainbow Bridge.
Hugs Madi and Mom

Anonymous said...

How sad, but at least Spunky was well Loved and Happy....Its hard to have your pets pass on.
RIP Sushi and Spunky

Miz Liz

bellaboo said...

We lost our beautiful retriever Bonny in 2001...it would have been her birthday last Friday.She had the sweetest nature,just like your Spunky.The sadness of the parting is always there but so is the joy of knowing and loving such a wonderful dog.

Bellaboo :0)

Gloria said...

Beautiful dog! I know he has a beautiful life with you!

The Teacher's Pets said...

Your post bring tearsto my eyes! Thank You for taking Spunky into your home, an showing him what love is! She will never forget you!

Frankie Furter said...

This left me with a smile and a hurting heart both.

Anonymous said...

People who never have pets don't have a sense of the love felt for animals. The animals God created are meant to be cared for by man and you do a wonderful job, Kit! Including with the little snake!


Rufus and Indie said...

I'm sure she was very happy! So beautiful!


Andrea said...

You are a blessing....
Woofs and Wags,

Nanny D said...

Looks like Spunky had a great home, She will never forget everything you did for her! Thanks for taking her in and showing her what it is like to be loved! We are new followers, please check us out at

Bobby said...

How lucky for Spunky you found her, and how lucky for you to find such a wonderful girl.

Remington said...

Ok, now you made Beth cry! She gets all wet eyes when she reads stuff like that. I think she is saying something about how nice those people are and how blessed Spunky was to be able to be right with the people she loved when she went to the bridge. I'm not totally sure that's what she is trying to say -- she is blubbering pretty bad....

Louisette passion retriever, cat, memory Katanga said...

Wonderfull collage fotos, greeting from Belgium
Louisetet +2 miss golden Cerise+ Zitablue

animal lover, quilt lover said...

Aren't dogs the best!!! I lost Bruce the same way and I still cry over it!!! I miss him so much. I hope it is true that we do get reunited after our death. I have so many animals I would love to be with again!!!
Wouldn't that be wonderful to be with all your passed animals!!!!
Tom had a great day. I gave him some special attention!!!
XXOO, Fern

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

What a beautiful dog!!! It is never easy on those left behind.

Woos - Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

Maggie Mae said...

What a wonderful tribute to a loved member of your family.

Woofs and Licks,
Maggie Mae

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

While I wouldn't change the year or 2 that we have with our senior dogs for anything, my dream is to share a long life with one of our pups like you did Spunky. What a beautiful girl! Her long life is a tribute to your love and care; how wonderful that you found one another!

♥I am Holly♥ said...

Spunky was such a beautiful dog. We know he had a wonderful life with you. It is so very hard to lose a loved one.....Lots of love, Debbie and Holly