Sunday, September 25, 2016

In Memoriam



Mom here again.

On Thursday, we said goodbye to Abby.  She fought the good fight against cancer for almost a year and a half, and for almost all of that time, she was her usual bouncy, waggy-tailed, flying-through-the-air self. Only in the last couple of days did she show signs of how weary her fight had made her. Selfishly, I am glad she only had a few days where she really wasn't her usual self.  Even now, I don't think of her as tired from her fight with cancer, I think of her as flying through the air.







Abby always had attitude, even from her earliest puppy days, when Fi wasn't sure what to make of her.


And Abby provided her sister with years and years of bitey-face action




She was always quite the suck-up in doggie class, and had many Great Adventures with her sister and Jessi the dog trainer.










Abby was also a mostly willing supermodel for me (I say mostly willing because she wouldn't work unless I had good snacks - I can't really blame her).











She was always a happy, goofy silly girl, and we will never forget her.







Fluffica, you are always in our hearts.


Thank you all for sharing the adventure that is Abby with us!
-Dr. Liz, Gary, Fiona and Daisy

15 comments:

Millie and Walter said...

We're so sorry for your loss. Abby sure was a special girl and we are all thankful for your wonderful photography skills in sharing her with us.

rottrover said...

We will always remember Abby as the beautiful ballerina/athlete that we came to love and admire. Sending love, hugs, rottie kisses and....Daisy? I have to go back, but HI DAISY!! Dude, you totally scored in the family department!!

Otto and Lisa

Dennis the Vizsla said...

hello fiona and daisy and dr liz and gary the silent husband hay we ar all verry sorry that abby had to go away it seems like just yesterday we met her as a wee tiny pup wot groo up to be the faymus hippobottomus!!! fly free my sweet frend abby!!! i am shoor tucker has a speshul meel wayting for yoo at his everlasting rainbo bridj buffay!!! and i send lots of tail wags to yore famly until yoo all meet agin sumday!!! ok bye

Wild Dingo said...

I'm with Dennis, it's like yesterday we met the hippobottomous! I am so happy she bounced for as long as she did with her illness. She is an example for us all! Lots of love to you from all of us.

Molly and Mackie said...

You were such a beauty, Abby, and always so much fun. We miss you♥
Hugs to your peeps and to Fiona and Daisy.

Nanük said...

Safe travels puppy dog, we wish peace to those who love you,

Nuk & family

Two French Bulldogs said...

We are so so sorry. What a beautiful tribute to a beautiful girl. Run free sweetheart
Snorts,
Lily & Edward

How Sam Sees It said...

I'm so very sorry. She was such a beautiful girl.

Monty, Harlow and Ramble

Lovable Lily said...

A very beautiful look back at her wonderful life. #Abbyforever

Pippen said...

I am so sorry to hear about Miss Abby. I'm sure Sam was there to greet her and welcome her to the big party that's going on! Fly free and high, Abby! I'll remember you furever!

Pippen

Amber DaWeenie said...

I know you have so many cherished memories of your life with Abby. Keep them safe in your heart forever. My deepest sympathy on the loss of a beautiful girl. Keep right on flying at the Bridge, Abby.

The Army of Four said...

Such a beautiful tribute to Abby!
Our hearts are with you.
Cammie!

Unknown said...

A wonderful tribute to your beautiful girl. We shall miss her doodle ballet. We hope Fi is doing OK without her sister and that Daisy is settling in well.
Big hugs to you all.
Khumbu, Kyra, Rita and new boy Arko and our hu'mum

Bocci said...

We are so sorry to hear about your beautiful, fiesty Abby. Our deepest condolences to you...

Piappies World said...

We are sorry to know about this just now. Thank you for sharing fun times with Abby. We have not been blogging but we try to visit and see how you are doing.

Sending you and Fi lots of hugs.

Piappies Fudgie, Princess, Frappie, Mocha, Sugar, Wai-Max, Wai-Pai & Forgie