Friday, February 28, 2020


In September of 2018, not even a year and a half ago, we received a request to help this little girl.  Her owner had died and she was in the shelter.  She was "on hold" legally, but the family did not claim her, so we were able to get her. 
We were told she was about 8 years old.
She bonded with her foster mom immediately.
She was a beauty. 
I love this picture of her.  She was waiting for a present or SHE was the present-- I think it's both!
She settled right in and her foster mom adopted her. 
Her mom, Amee, wrote this:  "In rescue, when you foster a dog, you never know what the dog has been through and you never know if that foster will choose you.  Sydnie chose me from the very day she came here. Today, she left this world surrounded by all the love I could give her. It was so unexpected and so very hard as she and I had such a special bond. Cancer and seizures in people and dogs suck. I love my vet and that practice for taking such good care of her this morning. Sydnie if my love could have saved you you would have lived forever. I love you sweet girl 💔"
It is NEVER easy to lose one.   But, when you don't see it coming, when it is unexpected, it is shocking and incredibly sad.   Sydnie left surrounded by the love she had since she joined Amee's family.   Run free now, sweet girl.  We are so sorry. 💜
Amee loved her to the end.  ❤️

1 comment:

LadyJicky said...

Amee and your family..... Yum Yum and I are sending huge hugs to you all on the lost of little Sydnie.

Sydnie was very much loved and dogs know that!