Dee & Rocky, EISA Rescue parade 10/01
I found my blankets.
I could write a book here, I was adopted in February 1998, from a shelter in CT now living in NJ. I have become a Therapy Dog and just love to counter surf! I just have to say a great big THANKS to Cathie Ochs, from the Irish Setter Club of Central CT rescue for saving my life! I am pictured here just waiting for them to look the other way, then the whole table is mine, all mine!
Gone yet not forgotten,
although we are apart,
your spirit lives within me,
forever in my heart.
Where did that cat go?
Ahh, on vacation!
My car and my little brother Patrick behind me!
Rocky and Patrick
Enjoying a Fall day in NJ!
I really dislike the snow, me in my boots and socks! Look closely!
Hundi, Rocky and T-bone on their magnet bed!
Rocky helping himself to his doggie ginger bread house for Christmas from his rescuer Cathie!
Rocky taught me so much, to enjoy each day to its fullest. He is and always will be my heart dog, we had a very special bond between the two of us, we could heal each other. Rocky adopted 2/16/98 - 6/16/06.
You gave us a wonderful 8 years and 4 months of pure unconditional love.
We are really not sure of his age, best guess by most vets he was 13+. Rocky, Forever In Our Hearts. Rocky, we’re so grateful to have known you. You enriched our lives with your presence and will be in our hearts forever.
God saw you getting tired, and a cure not meant to be
So he put his arms around you, and whispered, "come with me."
With tearful eyes and a broken heart, we watched you fade away.
Although we loved you dearly, we could not make you stay.
A golden heart stopped beating, you're now at peaceful rest.
God broke our hearts to prove to us, He only takes the best.
May the shamrocks fall softly