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There are not enough good things to say about Bear, a better friend and companion we will never meet. He joined our new family a month after we got married in Dec 91, cheerfully accompanied us on more than 13 moves "Adventure Bear" and is credited with saving Andys life at least once. He battled cancer for more than 5 years until he passed at the grand old age of 14 1/2. Until we meet upon the Rainbow Bridge dear one, you will never be absent from our hearts.
Whiskey was true to his name, he could be the biggest darlin or devil you ever met. I am convinced he was an angel in disguise sent to brighten the world like a little ray of sunshine. He never stopped being a puppy, meeting the world with a huge smile and overflowing with love. We lost him to a rare immune disorder shortly after Hurricane Rita. The brightest stars burn fiercely and then are gone...
We rescued Jack in 1999 at the age of 3, he died in August 2004 from what I believe to be some sort of obstruction. He was one of the greatest cats you will ever meet: sweet, mellow with a penchant for mischief.
Freya the Nermal Puppy
Freya here is about 2 months old. She was quite proud of herself when she was able to lift this stick that was bigger than she was. We have always called her the "Nermal" puppy, "Worlds Cutest Puppy"! She was so cute and boy did she know it and had no problems putting it to good use.
Jake & the Jolly Ball
Jake is THE MOST handsome dog you will ever meet, in my unbiased opinion of course. We "rescued" him at a year old, the first toy we got him was his Jolly Ball and it is still his favorite. When we go to the park it is never far.
Bear & Whiskey
Our Golden Boys, or as Andy calls them Bear and Mini-Bear
Punkin with her chewie
Mom & Dads puppy "Punkin" enjoying a fine chewie shortly before her first birthday at Mom & Dads in Bedford, Christmas 06.