Thank you for the lovely photos as they meant alot they are so precious.Over the years and again this week i have been asked that question and it got me to thinking as i often do think it happens to the best of us.Believe me my pain is still very much there but,i strive each day to do the things i need to do,i do for abby,sheba,noah i need to do this for them and god knows it kills me inside but,i will do this as long as there is breath in me i will continue on.
Hi Steven, we noticed you live VERY close to us. We are right across the bridge from Madison Indiana in Ky. Nice to meet you & welcome to the Pugslife family. Think you will find it most enjoyable here where no one is a stranger.
So cool 10 fur babies!! WOW! Our Bostons were re-homes we got them 2 years ago when they were five. Our black pug Pixie is also a re-home that we got when she was 7 months. Puga was our first pug and she came from a breeder. Then Louie is our adopted foster who we have had nearly 2 years and he was 5 or 6 when we got him. Then lastly there is Ginger our 5 month old puppy that we got from another member on here know as the Pugman. Currently we have a male foster named Bosco that is 7 or 8. Plus one cat named Pepper/Peppy. A goldfish and about 13 un-named chicken..lol It is truely a zoo around here. Can't wait to see all your crew. OH almost forgot the 2 human children...lol 2 boys 19 and 23.
"And now we have lost sweet Tin Tin, beloved by Puggirl. Pugs come into our lives to brighten them, and that is exactly what they do. Sweet Tin Tin, please find our puggies that have gone on before us and tell them we still remember…"