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Eleanor Roosevelt
"When you wish upon a star, your dreams come true."
Jiminy Cricket

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Dorothy Gale
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Henry David Thoreau

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Carl Sandburg
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Walt Disney


DREAM Angel Memories

Cooper Christmas

Deceased 05/22/23

Max Maravilla

Adopted 08/13/19
Deceased 05/01/23

Lula Lunala

Adopted 09/13/16
Deceased 04/28/23

Doodle Doubleshot

Adopted 09/19/19
Deceased 04/15/23

Our sweet Doodle crossed the Rainbow Bridge last night in her sleep. She brought so much joy to our family. The tiniest pup who snored the loudest. Who couldn’t wait for breakfast or dinner or munchies every time she went outside - even if she didn’t go potty. My sweet girl loved to snuggle under the covers. She seldom barked but when she did, you knew she was mad. She had no fear. She once grabbed a possum that was twice her size by the tail. She would chase her sister Heidi, a Rottweiler, out of the big bed. We will miss you sweet, sweet girl.

Kellie, Tyler, Pete, and Heidi

Frankie Finch

Adopted 04/01/15
Deceased 03/14/23

Slinky Salsa

Adopted 04/16/17
Deceased 02/09/23

Slinky crossed the rainbow bridge February 9, 2023 at the age of 13.

He was the goodest boy, and we thoroughly loved having him in our family for the last 6 years of his life. He loved hanging out in the sun with his brother Bruiser, laying on his bed by the fireplace, howling at the sirens going by, and would always come running when he heard a cheese wrapper.

Slinky will be dearly missed by the whole family, but especially his kids Brielle and Brynlee.

Slinky, we will always remember you and keep you in our hearts.

Merle Marlin
"Merle Haggard"

Adopted 11/19/18
Deceased 02/02/23

Greta Gernsheim

Adopted 06/15/15
Deceased 02/01/23

Wayne Wrangler
"Otis Redding Rattail"

Adopted 04/23/16
Deceased 01/31/23

Otis was one of the best “good boy”s there ever was. He enjoyed sunbathing on the ramp to the backyard shed and chasing the neighbor’s cat under there too. During one of his biggest adventures, Otis climbed up over 13,000 feet above sea level and played in snow up to his chest. He watched his three human babies grow and enjoyed trying to give their powerwheels car what-for; he had a fling with three guinea pigs for about a year and a half, and that kept him very busy and entertained; and, over the past two years, he raised two sibling dachshund puppies, who also love and miss their Otis very much. Otis was such a gentle soul. He really did love unconditionally. The house feels lonely (and quieter without the sounds of him walking around, “getting his daily steps in”), and the world feels cruel.

Leroy Linedrive

Adopted 07/09/16
Deceased 01/30/23

Sadly, Our beloved Limo passed away yesterday. He had a heart condition and was spending nearly all his time resting on the couch or someone's lap. He was a gift of warmth and joy to our home and will be terribly missed. While we grieve, we also believe he moved on so another dog could share our loving home. After we heal, we'd like to adopt again. Thanks for connecting us with Limo.

Precious Pieridae

Adopted 10/03/19
Deceased 01/22/23

Dear Precious,

Today you left us. I am so heartbroken to have lost you, but I know that you are in God's arms and no longer suffering. If I could turn back time, even only for a day, I would have held you for as long as I could and let you know how much I loved you.

You were the sweetest, gentlest, most loving and loyal baby that we were blessed to have in our lives. There can never be another you because you are irreplaceable.

I leave a piece of my heart with you until I see you again.

Be at peace and bask forevermore in the warm sunshine that you loved so much.

Love you forever,

Your Family

Sage Scribble

Deceased 01/17/23

Paco Porridge

Adopted 09/30/17
Deceased 01/03/23

My Paco went over that rainbow with his angel wings. His age was unknown when he was rescued, but we knew he was a senior. What can I say. Paco was a foster who was brought to me in a crate, hiding underneath a blanket. I coaxed him out with treats and food until he finally became a dog who knew he was loved. I guess I became a foster failure with Paco because I knew he did not belong anywhere else but with me. Soon Paco became my sleeping buddy. One of his best friends was another adopted pet, Pia Pidove, until her passing. I truly miss my little Paco.


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