Tomorrow, October 21, it will be ten years since you crossed over the rainbow bridge. I never met you, but I feel like I know and live with you. Mom has your photos around the house, your collar and tags displayed where she can always see them, and she talks about you a lot. Katie spent her first 1 1/2 years with you, and knows all about you. Because of you, she learned to be the fine lady dog she is today. Ten years later, Mom has never forgotten you, and she has seriously leaky eyes helping me with this post. You were so special, and from what I hear a shining example of the perfect dog! Mom still wonders what kind of people dumped you and your babies off at the Humane Society, such a precious dog! She remembers how you reached your paw out to her from your kennel because you knew she would give you the home you deserved. This weekend Mom has taken Katie, Bailie, and I walking on some of your favorite trails here in our area from before you moved to Germany, and she talked to us about you which makes her sad and happy. I hope you are running free, fetching Frisbees, and tennis balls, and one day we will meet.
Mom, Katie, Emma, and Bailie
There was never one day that Mom regretted adopting a 100 pound, adult, black dog that she named Trine, from the Humane Society. She has also adopted nine cats and two wabbits over the years. Consider adoption!