This page is dedicated to our dear furry friends that brought us great joy while they were here, but have left us to cross the rainbow bridge. We will always love them and we know we will play with them again some day! If you would like to honor your beloved friend on this page for a little while, please email us at email@example.com.
Please send a photo and a brief description of your buddy and we will post it here so the whole world wide web will know what a great friend he or she was.
Every dog that Jayne & Jim own is a rescue. A dog thrown out for one reason or another. Shadow was the pack leader and after a long, happy life, he went over the bridge. He's waiting on the other side to play frisbee with his buds!
Big Cat, an awesome cat and terrific hunter! No mouse, mole, or garden snake could elude him. He lived a long and happy life, but we miss him!
The gray kitty pictured below is Gracie. Gracie's dad misses him very much; "Gracie was actually a boy cat but I didn't know that until I took him to the vet to get spayed and the vet said neutered... he's a boy! I named him Gracie before I knew if he was male or female. The first picture under the chair is one my pet sitter took once while I was out of town, he hid from people that visited me mostly but he loved anyone who fed him. The second picture was him being teased by me with people food which he loved, the chicken, bacon and pepperoni, just like his dad lol. He definitely kept the bugs under control in the house and a mouse. I miss him so much, but I know he is better now where he is at."
Gracie was saved by an amazing rescuer who would not give up. She spent every day tied to a tree. She was heavily loaded with heartworms and malnourished. She came to me a bag of bones but her spirits were good. She is the best rescue I've ever had. I still am in awe of how much love and trust this dog still had in her after 9 years of neglect. Even though she didn't have much time with us, I like to think it was the best time of her life. I miss her every day. --Tara
Gracie, the day that Merrill Neel rescued her.