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Tribute to Dogs with Cancer - Page 18

Lacey Rae Lynn
7/23/93 - 7/19/03
Mast Cell
Lacey was a very special dog that will be missed
by so many who knew her. She was a friend to all.
Lovingly remembered by
Nancy, Gary, Jenni and Paige

Mast Cell Tumor
Born 1/21/91
Diagnosed 5/03/03
(Above picture taken 7/25/03)
Beloved friend of John and Gail

Linda's Angels

12/22/1996 - 05/23/2003
Diagnosed 05/03/2002


I took my love and I took it down
Climbed a mountain and turned around
And I saw my reflection in the snow-covered hills
'til the landslide brought it down

Oh, mirror in the sky -What is love?
Can the child within my heart rise above?
Can I sail through the changin'...ocean tides
Can I handle the seasons of my life?
I don't know.....I don't know

Well I've been afraid of changin'
because I've built my life around you
But time makes you bolder, even children get older
And I'm getting older too....

So, take my love...take it down
Climb a mountain and turn around
and if you see my reflection in the snow-covered hills...
well the landslide will bring it down
The landslide will bring it down

(Written by Stevie Nicks)



Went to the Rainbow Bridge 05/04/08

Fiona, you have brought such joy in all of our lives. Our little coonie, pitoune, with your long floppy ears, green jeans and sad eyes. The joyful exuberance you had for life, your willingness to conform to human living, yet always knowing to follow your instinctive ways are lessons we have learned well from you. You always had a way of letting us know what you wanted or needed.

We will never forget your loud, boisterous greetings when coming home after a long day. Just hearing and seeing you always made a bad day better. We will miss your supper dance and your "right down here" head motion to show us exactly where your dish belonged. Your grumps will never be silent in our hearts and will bring warm memories forever.

It brings us comfort to know that you have now been reunited with Fluke and one day, we will all be together again as a family. We will always love and treasure you.

Long may you run little girl. Long may you run.

Lovingly remembered by Linda and John

08/03/1997 - 08/02/2003
Renal Cell Carcinoma
Diagnosed June 2003

You will be missed by all.
I know that we will be together again.
Love you Ookie!
Love, Jen, Jay, Mom, Dad, Mandy, Jake,
Bobby, Molly and Sidney

05/30/1991 - 07/26/2003
(Photo taken on 07/20/2003)
Transitional Cell Carcinoma-
Stage 4 with distant metastasis
Diagnosed 07/05/2003

My baby Gabe, you are loved and missed beyond words. You have such a great spirit, I feel your presence in my heart. I take comfort in knowing you are swiftly and joyfully running once again.

Gabe is forever loved by Andrea -

Do not stand at my grave and weep.
I am not there, I do not sleep.

I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glints on snow.

I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
I am the gentle autumn rain.

When you awaken in the mornings hush,
I am the swift uplifting rush
of quiet birds in circled flight,
I am the soft stars that shine at night.

Do not stand at my grave and cry,
I am not there, I did not die.

~ Author unknown ~

07/01/1992 - 07/28/2003
Intestinal Lymphoma
Diagnosed on 06/07/2003

I am so grateful for the years you spent with me. I will forever be in your debt for the loyalty and happiness you spread through this family. Not only were you loved by the five of us. But your popularity spread throughout family members and friends. You had grandparents and uncles and an "almost" aunt.

I will be looking for you when the "new" backdoor opens and the kids run out waiting for you to follow. I will feel the wind sweep past me. I remember how they couldn't leave the house unless you were with them. Or when they go to put their snow clothing couldn't wait to be hopping around like a bunny playing with them in the snow. There will be a painful reminder of your absence when we see the ducks in Osippee.

Ginger I will miss you. As I write this the tears still were the first sight I would open my eyes to in the morning and the last before I went to sleep. I miss you terribly. I still look for you when I open the door. I think I hear you coming to lay in the kitchen as we eat. You were so courageous the last month of your life poving what a fighter you were. You managed the steps sideways..I was so proud.

I know now you needed to stop fighting, that you started hurting more. I love you Ginger and will always remember you. Hopefully you're keeping Nani and Papa company..they loved you too..

All our Love from your family and kids. Always.
Nick, Donna, Alex, Sam and Danny

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