In Memory of Peggy
Peggy's Tribute from her loving family:
Our Peggy crossed the Rainbow Bridge on Monday after a long, debilitating illness. I always say that Peggy chose us when we adopted her over 7 years ago after her original owner could no longer care for her. Peggy worked her way into our hearts immediately. While our hearts break at our loss we will remember how Peggy lived life to the fullest. She loved long walks with her Westie brother Finley, especially if there was a squirrel or cat to chase. She loved food, fetch, and playing tug; lightly nipping on our wrist playing tug to show the toy was hers. She went on camping trips and adored running on the beach and playing in the waves. She gave middle of the night cuddles when we were up with newborns that wouldn’t sleep and she made those same babies giggle with her antics. She made impatient growls when she wanted our food, especially fries. Even in her last months when her health failed she persevered and brought so much joy. She will be deeply missed and long remembered.
Peggy Singleton Bowling
7/20/2017 05:31:30 pm
This is such a sweet tribute to a precious animal with my name. God always finds just the right pet for us, so I know you will meet yours soon. A tiny kitten showed up in tall grass, an a very rainy afternoon, about three weeks ago at our house. We tried to find it's owner, but she chose Marcia, my daughter for her new mommie. So now we have two corgi/Carian terrier mix, one maltese, one big tom cat and one female cat that came to me the night Hugh died. She sleeps with me, on me or wherever she wants. So we will have fun getting Little Bit (gray stripped kitten) integrated into our family. It was good to see you and Carter at Old Brick last Sunday. God Bless all of you.
7/20/2017 06:27:40 pm
What a sweet note. I really appreciate it! The heartbreak is the price we pay for our pets' love and as hard as it is, it is worth it. So glad I was able to visit last week. Thank you!
7/9/2022 07:37:04 am
Greatt blog you have here
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