|11 years young|
DREAM extends its deepest sympathy to Sarah for the
unexpected loss of her sweet boy, Weenie, who crossed Rainbow Bridge on Monday,
May 27, 2013. Weenie was on a play date Sunday when he stumbled upon a hive of
bees. After a night at the ER, he was unable to recover from all the stings.
Recently, Weenie had struggled with chronic Pancreatitis. We think maybe God
decided it was time to end his suffering.
Hi dearest friends,
Remember Mommy told you about a new dachshund rescue group in Houston? DREAM at
Well Suzanne, one of the founders of Dream, sent Mommy this e-mail........
I am just heartbroken over the loss of your sweet little boy.
His passing inspired me to get the Memorial page (http://dreamdachs.org/inMemoryOf.php) up and running on the DREAM site. Please let me know if you’d like to add or change anything on his memorial.
Well Mommy is grieveing and is still in a state of shock and she doesn't know what to say, so I decided to come down from this wonderful place, The Rainbow Bridge for a quick visit. What Suzanne said is exactly what happened, God and I had a conversation and I told him I was ready to go. The Pancreatitis
was quickly going from acute to chronic and dear sweet Dr Briles said I would probably get Diabetes too. Being blind wasn't helping matters either. But how to go about it? BEES.
|Me and my magic bumble bee.|
It only makes sense, I loved my magic bumble bee and loved to take all the girls, and sometimes guys, flying. My fondest memory is of when me and my love, Amber, spent the whole day on my birthday this year flying all over Florida on it. It was the day I asked my love to marry me and she said YES. Leaving Mommy, Mona and my Amber behind was very hard but I didn't want Mommy to someday have to make the decision to put me down like she had to with Samantha. It was the hardest thing she ever did and I couldn't let that happen again.
You won't believe this place. When I got here I wasn't blind anymore and was able to see all the beautiful colors of the Rainbow. Waiting at the bridge for me with their paws open wide was Mommy's girls Samantha, Nikki, Shelby and Fuzzy, and that little imp, Jody, was there too. Fuzzy, being the same age as the Mommy in human years, since they was born on the same day 65 years ago is in charge. She says she took care of Mommy and the wild and wooly Ricca girls and she would take care of all of us until Mommy can join use, but not for a long time. She still has my Sissy and lots of room for another dachsie in her life.
Before I go back, I have a message for my love, My Amber. You will always be in my heart, and I will be here waiting when your time comes but if you find someone else that can make you happy, I won't object.