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Just this side of Heaven is a place called RainbowBridge


When an animal dies - one that has been especially close to someone here - that pet goes to RainbowBridge. There are meadows and hills for our special friends so they can run and play together. There is plenty of food and water, sunshine and cozy beds, and our friends are warm and comfortable.

All the animals who had been ill and old are restored to health and vigor; those who were hurt or maimed are made whole and strong again, just as we remember them in our dreams of days and times gone by. The animals are happy and content, except for one small thing: they each miss someone very special, someone who had to be left behind.

They all run and play together, but the day comes when one suddenly stops and looks into the distance. His bright eyes are intent; his eager body quivers. Suddenly, he breaks from the group, flying over the green grass - his legs carrying him faster and faster.

You have been spotted, and when you and your special friend finally meet, you cling together in joyous reunion, never to be parted again. The happy kisses rain on your face; your hands again caress the beloved head, and you look once more into the trusting eyes of your pet - so long gone but never absent from your heart.

Then you cross the
RainbowBridge together.

Author Unknown



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In our early days together, Libby love to run through the house and play with her toys. She loved it when I would toss a toy in the air so she could grab it and go running around. She always sensed my needs and was there for me. When I was not feeling well, she would put her head in my lap and patiently stay by my side. When I felt frightened when we were at home alone while Gene was away during hunting season, should would stay by my side with her head up alert to any noise or change. Libby seldom barked, but when she did, there was a reason for her bark. And what a big bark for such a pretty baby girl. When we had to travel back and forth to California before the business was closed, she was such a good travel companion. Oh how she loved to go bye bye. When I asked her if she wanted to go bye bye, she would do her happy dance. I would say give me a kiss if you want to go bye bye and she would touch her nose to my cheek or my lips and give me a kiss. She never did mouth my hand or lick me, but she would give me a kiss when she wanted to go bye bye. Whenever I returned to her whether it was returning to the car or returning home, when she saw me her face would light up and she would wiggle with happiness and do her happy dance at seeing me again. During the last couple of weeks, when she tried to do her happy dance when she greeted me, she fell a few times because her hindquarters would not cooperate with her desire to show me how happy she was that I was back with her again. I know you understand the heartache and pain I feel now. I know I had to let her go because she was in such pain but oh how it hurts to not have her physical presence with me but I do feel her spirit with me. She will always be in my heart. Thank you, Kathy, for rescuing Libby and keeping her safe until we found each other.

We first met Lilly at the Riverton, law office where Kathy Hooper, a Big Sky Rottweiler Rescue foster was taking care of her. Kim and I immediately knew that Lilly was a great companion for us. We continued on the the Oregon coast, one of two trips that Lilly made with us. She loved the outdoors and sunning herself on the deck. In our neighborhood, everyone knew Lilly, she was a great ambassador for the breed, Lilly won over many who thought rottweilers were as shown on tv. She developed osteosarcoma, which is common for rottweilers and was suffering. On Monday, August 31, 2015, we helped Lilly to the bridge and look forward to seeing her again.

Lily “Davidson” In November 2009 while on my way to Oregon, a snowstorm hit and I chose to stay the winter in Bozeman, MT. At the urging of BSRR member Troy, I reluctantly agreed to foster “Bashful”, a young and painfully shy female Rottie from the Idaho Falls Humane Society. While up until that point, 2009 had proven to be a very sad and tragic year for me, deciding to foster Lily was one of the greatest gifts I have ever received. A few weeks later, Bashful and I became inseparable and I decided to rename her “Lily”, in honor of her beautiful and gentle spirit. It was at that time I also decided to officially flunk my first BSRR foster and officially adopt her. We had a mere 4 years and 43 days of precious time together before she went to the Rainbow Bridge, in my arms and in her favorite place in our home. Thank you, Lily, for being the most amazing soul, and the best friend I could ever ask for. I will always remember your sweet spirit and darling sense of humor. You could always made me laugh, even on the darkest days. I will love you always and will forever cherish all our beautiful memories together. I will miss you all the rest of my days on this earth, until we meet again at the Rainbow Bridge…

Lola was a beloved foster of Kathy. She was fortunate to find her loving forever home with Norman and Donna. She was well loved, and loved well in return. Safe journey Lola - until we all meet again, we send our love with you to the bridge.

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