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Rainbow Bridge

Just this side of heaven is a place called Rainbow Bridge.

When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge.
There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends so they can run and play together.
There is plenty of food, water and sunshine, and our friends are warm and comfortable.
All the animals who had been ill and old are restored to health and vigor; those who were hurt or maimed are made whole and strong again, just as we remember them in our dreams of days and times gone by.

The animals are happy and content, except for one small thing; they each miss someone very special to them, who had to be left behind.

They all run and play together, but the day comes when one suddenly stops and looks into the distance. His bright eyes are intent; His eager body quivers. Suddenly he begins to run from the group, flying over the green grass, his legs carrying him faster and faster.
You have been spotted, and when you and your special friend finally meet, you cling together in joyous reunion, never to be parted again. The happy kisses rain upon your face; your hands again caress the beloved head, and you look once more into the trusting eyes of your pet, so long gone from your life but never absent from your heart.

Then you cross Rainbow Bridge together....

This page is for all the dogs that have been through the doors of Second Chance Kennels and have sadly passed away.

We will put up photos and stories here as memories to the dogs that were loved so much by us and their owners.

Song: Tears In Heaven by Eric Clapton

Jess xx >>
Posted: 16th August 2014

We took Jess home in March 2006 and shared 8 great years with her as part of our family. She was a brilliant dog in the house. Jess was enthusiastic about everything and great company. Slightly crazy out on walks as many dog owners in the area could tell you!
We were devastated when she collapsed last week. The vet found a large mass on her spleen and she died as it was being removed.
Thank you for letting us give her a home. She was a much loved member of the family and my best friend. We miss her so much.
Fiona x
Fiona we were so so sorry to hear about your lovely girl Jess, but so very grateful she had such a wonderful loving home with you and your family xx
R.I.P. Jess you will be sorely missed by all who knew you xx

Jess xx  Jess xx
Jess xx  Jess xx
R.I.P.Bumpy xx >>
Posted: 6th August 2014

Hello Ena, I spoke to you briefly at Bark in The Park and had Bumpy with me, I was astounded at your memory for eveyrone's names!
I am writing to let you know that I had to have him put to sleep yesterday as he went downhill very quickly over the weekend and was not able to stand/eat etc. He had been failing for a while and I think hos age finally caught up with him. I remember the day I saw him at Second Chance and it was the moment when he trotted over and chose me that sticks with me the most. He was a brilliant dog and saw me through some tough times.
13 years old when he passed. Always gentle and loyal and loved to bring you a present of a stone or leaf!
Regards Ronnie
Hi Ronnie,
I'm so sorry to hear about Bumpy I know he had such a wonderful life with you, such a handsome boy x
But so pleased I saw you both on Sunday thank you so much for bringing him along, never for a minute thinking that would be the last time we saw him xxx
Rip. Bumpy boy you were very special to your mum and everyone who knew you xxx

R.I.P.Bumpy xx  R.I.P.Bumpy xx
R.I.P.Bumpy xx  R.I.P.Bumpy xx
Sadie xx >>
Posted: 22nd May 2014

Dear Ena,

We met fifteen years ago in November, we had just moved into our wee house in Rosyth.and our son was 18 months old. I persuaded Ronnie to go for a look as I wanted a wee dog!! A Yorkshire terrier !! So we came into the Kennel and the second kennel on the left were two mongrel dogs aged five months a brother and a sister and they weren’t named, they had been abandoned at the side of the road. The male stayed in his bed but the female was jumping up and trying to get to us, I was hooked,

Sadie was the most gracious lady, who had an amazing smile that sometimes scared people because they thought she was snarling. Sadie didn’t like being on a lead and she didn’t like other dogs at all and as for cats she would chase them like a greyhound!!!!

Sadie only really loved us, we couldn’t leave her with anyone, she enjoyed her own company, and she never chewed or damaged anything from the day she came home.

Sadie never sat on the couch or came on the bed unless we were out. In her younger years she loved walking of her lead either at Deville forest or the beach which was her favourite. One year when I was pregnant with Lucy we went to Morecambe and stayed in a caravan we all went crabbing!!!

Sadie went through my pregnancy with Lucy and adored both the children and was very protective,

She enjoyed her holiday home at Hillend kennels where they had a soft spot, the only other people she tolerated.

Sadie loved her garden, and the last five years she didn’t go anywhere but the kennels or her garden.

Sadie was a special gracious loving dog. She was a pleasure to have and enjoyed her life and loved her family.

Last year in June randomly suffered a night where she was going out to the garden and running around in distress she also had a cough. A visit to the vets confirmed an enlarged heart and the cough was the pressure on her lungs. Since then a gradual decline in her health became evident, she was falling down the last couple of stairs and coming in the back door was difficult. She became confused and the cough became worse.

Her old heart failed and renal failure occurred and On the 15th April after a difficult weekend and the kids staying off school to stay with her we attended Ingles’ where at 11am Sadie fell asleep in my arms.

She will always be in our hearts and thank you to Ena & Frank.

Tina what a lovely tribute to your beloved Sadie. Frank and myself will always be very gratefule for the wonderful loving home you gave Sadie.

RIP Sadie your sadly missed by all who loved you xx.

Sadie xx  Sadie xx
Sadie xx   
Fly xx >>
Posted: 20th May 2014

Hi Ena, this is Fly who we got from yourself way back in 1996! Fly had a fantastic 14 and a half years with us before crossing the rainbow bridge in October 2010. I've attached a few pictures of her to share with others, one on the day we picked her up from your home, two of her enjoying herself in the Yorkshire dales which was undoubtedly her favourite holiday destination and finally one playing in the snow outside our house where she looks full of energy for her 13 years of age at the time. I could never thank you enough for introducing us to Fly and I hope she had a happy life with us, she certainly made our lives brighter. Xxx
Leanne, thank you so much for the update on wee Sky, sadly a very sad one. We are so grateful she had all these years with you and was so well loved. Love Ena xxx.

Fly xx  Fly xx
Fly xx  Fly xx
Lovely Luna xx >>
Posted: 16th May 2014

Hi Ena,
A sad email to let you know that Luna went to Rainbow Bridge yesterday. Her back legs had started to go which wasn't that much of a concern but she started weeing blood. She looked tired and done and ready to go. Thank you for 8 years of an absolutely fabulous dog. Nanuk keeps looking for her but he's getting extra cuddles.

Alex and Terry McGurn

Hi Alex & Terry,

So very sorry to hear about Luna, at first I thought you had just sent me a photo of her, then I read your email, so very sad sad,I know words won't help at the moment but she had a wnderful life with you, our thoughts are with you all. xxx

Lovely Luna xx
Jake xx >>
Posted: 11th May 2014

Hello Ena and Frank just to let you know we have lost our precious Jake through ill health we are so heart broken . I would like to thank you for picking us to be his family we have had such wonderful times with him and his best friend Ebony is missing him too. Thankyou again Sharon and Alan.
Hi Sharon & Alan, We were so very sorry to hear about Jake, he was well loved and had such a wonderful life with you and your family and for that we are so grateful.
Run free at the Bridge Jake, hope Breagh is waiting to meet you.RIP.Jake xx.

Jake xx
Gorgeous Ben xx >>
Posted: 4th May 2014

Hi Ena. Sorry we havent been in touch lately but things have been very sad here. I am just writing this to let you and Frank know that we had to put Ben to sleep this morning at 10.30. He started to limp about three weeks ago so we kept an eye on it hoping it would go away but it did'nt. We took him to the vet last Wednesday who X rayed him. Diagnosis was bone cancer. She put him on Tramadol but it did not have any effect. I could not believe how quickly he deteriorated Ena. Within a week he could only walk about 10 yards and that was painful for him. He had arthritis in his back legs also but we were keeping on top of that with injections and anti inflammatories. The cancer was in his left shoulder so he was left with only one good leg. The vet did not think he would have coped with amputation due to him having the arthritis.
I am really sorry for emailing you Ena and not phoning but it is very very raw at the moment and I am finding it difficult to speak to anyone about it. Writing this is also very difficult.
I will phone you within the next couple of weeks, hopefully sooner when I will be able to talk about it.
Thank you so much for allowing us to have all those happy years with Ben. We wouldnt have changed anything for the world.
Speak to you soon and all the best to Frank.
Angus and Cath xxx
Angus & Cath,
Frank and myself were so so very sorry to hear about your lovely boy, we knew how much he meant to you and how much you loved him. So glad we saw Ben last September time. Although bless him he was starting to feel his age and wouldn't look at the camera to have his pic taken, more taken up with the treats Angus had.
Thank you both so musch for giving him sucha wonderful home.
I remember way back in 2004 your friends Hazel and Peter from the Lodge Hotel Edinbane came for Brodie who is another black lab. He put your name forward for Ben and you came so very highly recommened, you and Peter came down from The Isle of Skye for him. We are so grateful to you both for giving him such a brilliant home, just wish you could have had him longer. Take care xx.
Run free at the Bridge Ben, you were so well loved here with your folks, hopefully you will meet up with more of our boys and girls who i'm sure will be waiting to welcome you. love Ena & Frank xxx

Gorgeous Ben xx  Gorgeous Ben xx
Wee Meg xx >>
Posted: 19th April 2014

Hi Ena

I thought I should let you know that we had to put wee Meg to sleep on Monday. She hasn’t been very well since December and was recently diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer. She has been a wonderful companion over the years and her cheeky personality and affection are sorely missed. She was nearly 9 but we had hoped to have her for much longer. She was a small dog but leaves a huge gap in our lives.

I hope all well with you.

With kindest regards


Hi Sandra so so very sorry to hear about wee Meg, thank you for giving her such a loving home with you and your mum,she was very lucky to find you both xx

RIP Wee Meg, run free at the Bridge xx

Wee Meg xx
Handsome Boy Woody RIP X >>
Posted: 17th April 2014
Hello Ena
It is with great sadness that we have to let you know we lost Woody on Saturday 13th April. He was our life and we miss him terribly, but wish to thank you, that you brought us together nearly twelve years ago now. He turned into a great wee boy and enjoyed life to the full. He had been having problems over the last few months with his front legs, and on Saturday fell and broke his femur so it decided to relieve him of his pain and have him put to sleep, it was such a hard decision to make.
I have attached some pictures of him to let you see what a lovely boy he was.
Kind Regards
John Cuthbertson & Craig Hilton
Hi Guys, yes he is very handsome love the pics,but we are so so sorry to hear about your gorgeous big lad Woody, when I first saw the name I was so excited, which quickly turned to sadness. Thank you so much for letting us know, he was so loved and had a wonderful life with you, we kinda lost touch when you moved !!
First pic is of him ibn the kennels, poor wee soul had been found in a field when he was only weeks old !!! Then you came along and his life changed forever, I remember him as a very gentle big lad when you used to bring him back for visits.
RIP. Woody you will be sorely missed, but you should have a few Second Chancer's waiting to meet you at the bridge and show you the ropes. God bless xxxxx

Handsome Boy Woody RIP X  Handsome Boy Woody RIP X
Handsome Boy Woody RIP X  Handsome Boy Woody RIP X
Fraser xx >>
Posted: 29th March 2014

He came into our lives one sunny September evening.. The phone call came from Second Chance rescue centre to say they had a wee dog they thought we would love.. We had lost our last dog Sandy in the May. And our house was so empty .. So after a lot of thought we went to see "Fraser".. It was love at first sight for myself and Bob when we saw him..he came home with us that night.. and it was as if he knew where he was, he slotted into our lives right away, especially Bobs.. From that day on wherever Bob was Fraser was.. We had never heard of "American Cocker Spaniels". He was such a cute wee cuddly friendly bundle of fur.. How the previous owners could have abandoned him I will never understand.. Seemingly a baby had arrived and they no longer wanted Fraser.. He loved his toys,lots of walks, meeting different people.. He would always go and sit beside any visitors and give them lots of cuddles and kisses.. After we had him for a few weeks he took a terrifying turn while out in the garden.. After being rushed to the vets ( the start of many many visits to the vet)...!!! We found out he suffered from epilepsy but with careful use of his drugs it was manageable .. He went on to have a happy 2 years with us until just into January this year when he started having problems walking .. After yet another visit to the vet he was diagnosed with a fractured Cruciate ligament in his knee.. We were told to rest him and go back in a week but in that time the ligament in his other knee went as well.. We were then faced with the choice of having him put to sleep or him having a double operation to repair his knees .. We knew we had to give him the chance so he went to the specialist veterinary hospital in St. Monans in fife on 7th February this year he was in for the longest 4 days .. We brought him home to spend the next 3 months very slowly recovering.. It was very hard for all of us .. He had to helped up and down stairs ( carried for the first month).. Put on a special diet ( which he hated).. !! But gradually he got stronger day by day and walked a little further every day. We were all counting the days until the end of April when he was to go back for his check up and hopefully be told that he could start enjoying the rest of his life.. On Sunday he did not seem his normal cheery self.. He took what we thought was a fit but it went on to long .. We took him to the vets and he was given an antibiotic injection and pills to take.. He seemed so much better by Monday and was looking for something to eat .Our son Andrew and his fiancée Natalie popped in for a quick visit with their dog Holly and they were saying how good he was looking after getting his coat all groomed the week before.. But by night time he was not right and took another strange turn.. He slept all night . And in the morning seemed his normal self and ate all his breakfast after his walk in the park.. But not long after he was sick again.. I phoned the vets and they said to wait 24 hrs to see if there was a pattern .. So we made an appointment for the Thursday afternoon.. On the Thursday morning he seemed to have improved so much I was going to cancel the vets but decided to go just for peace of mind.. We took him along and he was giving kisses and wagging his wee tail. The vet started examining him and I just knew there was going to be bad news. She said one of his kidneys did not feel right..and they wanted to put him on a drip to flush out his kidneys.. We had to leave him and they would phone us in a couple of hours with the results..( the longest hours ).. !! When the phone rang I picked it up and waited with dread .. Then she told me that the scan had showed an inoperable tumour on his liver.. That's when we both broke down.. After all that he had been through to now be told this....our poor boy... I couldn't even speak she told me to call back when we had decided what to do ( I knew there was only one thing to do, we couldn't let him suffer). With tears streaming down our faces we drove to the vets they brought him into the room still attached to the drip his wee tail was wagging when he seen us and when we lifted him onto the table he covered us in his kisses ( that tore us apart).!!! We cradled him in our arms and told him we loved him..within a few minutes he was gone.. I just wanted to pick him up and bring him home and things to go on as normal .. But we had to walk out without him. Driving back home and walking into the empty house was heartbreaking .. Seeing all his toys in the basket.. his food bowls and his bed all waiting on him coming back was so so hard.. "Fraser you have left such a gap in our lives that will be so hard to fill.." You gave all your family and friends so much joy in your time with us. Rest in peace darling boy.....

Eileen & Bob,
I could hardly read this, what a lovely tribute to your beautiful boy Fraser, you both must feel so cheated, that you only had him for such a short time.
We will never be able to thank you both for giving not one but two of our boys such a wonderful happy home.
Your an amazing couple, I used to love getting all the photo's of him, and I'll miss that.
Thinking of you both at this very sad time.
Warmest regards
Ena & Frank x x
RIP Fraser you are sorely missed xxx

Fraser xx  Fraser xx
Fraser xx  Fraser xx
Darling Hamish. >>
Posted: 2nd March 2014

Its with a heavy heart that on the 26th February 2014 Our darling wee boy went to Rainbow Bridge .Hamish was only 7years old .We adopted him 5months ago .In that short time he made such a difference to our lives .Hamish loved playing football in the garden or in the house ,loved his walks to the woods with his dad ,Would always know when meal time was loved cuddles,loved visitors fussing .He was a star find we are so grateful to Ena @ Frank for allowing us to adopt him .We are heartbroken losing him but we could not watch him suffer He was put to sleep by the vet in the house .Icare pet crematorium did his cremation We will take his ashes to the woods later in the year ,his favourite place ,We may have lost Hamish from our lives ,but we have lovely photographs & memories of him that we will treasure .The days are hard for us we have cried so much it hurts ,but this will ease in time knowing he is playing with his friends & running free with no more pain.

Ann & Derek we were all so so sorry to hear about Hamish, we all loved him and had such fun with him while he was with us. When we speak of Hamish it's always about how he used to play with not one but three wee balls at a time he was so funny. Such a shame he was with you for such a very short time he brought you so much happiness.Thank you for giving him five months of love and fun. x Ena / Frank and all here at Second Chance xxx

Rest in Peace wee man,your mum & dad adored you x xx

Darling Hamish.  Darling Hamish.
Darling Hamish.  Darling Hamish.
Bonny Kiera xx >>
Posted: 17th February 2014

Just to let you know that we had to have Kira put to sleep today, as she has had a very aggressive lymphoma which has caused a very rapid decline in her health.
We are very grateful to have played a part in Kira's life, which was happy with lots of walks, food and the love of both us and our children. She was a lovely dog with a lovely nature, and will be sorely missed (but not by our postman!). Thank you for enabling us to adopt her-she gave us a lot of joy!
So sorry to hear about wee Kira, she was a sweetheart, although I remember when she first went to her new home she jumped quite a high wall in the garden, didn't take her anywhere but the garden !!! You adopted Kira when she was a year old back on the 26 /4/05 so nearly 10 years old.
Thank you so very much for giving her such a happy fulfilled life, for which we are very grateful.
RIP. wee one run free you'll meet lots of friends at the Bridge xx

Bonny Kiera xx
Bonnie x >>
Posted: 8th February 2014

Dear Ena
It is a year today since we as a family had to make the sad decision of having to let our Bonnie leave us, to go over the rainbow bridge.
I got her from you as a shy little puppy. She gave us 15 years of many happy memories.
Now I have only memories left, but something I hold dear and close to my heart. We all miss her a lot, and love her always.
As a thank you for our precious girl, I would like to donate some money to your kennels.
I can see how much you love every dog that comes through your gates ,and look after them and love them till they find new and loving homes.
I do not have much money, but I will give what I can. And one day I want to give you blankets and food for the dogs you have in your care.
Margaret thank you for giving Bonnie such a wonderful ,loving, caring home, I know you miss her so much. Bonnie was one of the puppies we had when we worked from home.
RIP Bonnie. Thare are quite a few Second Chance doggies at Rainbow Bridge, hope you are all pain free and having fun in the sun xxx

Bonnie x
Sandra's beloved Harris x >>
Posted: 29th January 2014

Hello Ena, Frank & everyone at Second Chance,

My Beautiful Harris went to join his sisters Gaia & Goldie over RainbowBridge yesterday and although I can hardly see to write this for tears, I wanted to thank you all for allowing me to be part of his life for 9 fantastic, love filled years.

He was a very special boy to me and became known to many customers of my shop who always thought he was a gorgeous boy. He helped change many peoples minds about his breed by showing his soft side as he loved nothing better than to feel human touch. The Kids he met all called him Haribo as he was such a sweetie.

He was also a canine blood donor so helped many other dogs during his lifetime. Sadly he succumbed to a tumour and went downhill very quickly so the decision was taken to allow him to sleep in peace.

He is missed by us all including his Labrador sister Hera as - being born only a week apart - they’ve been together each and every day since we brought Harris into our lives just over 9 years ago. They really were the best of friends and he adopted many of her quirks by learning to retrieve like a gundog, do a bit of ‘search & rescue’ to find his sister and play ‘pat-a cake’ along with many other wee tricks.

He’s been faithfully by my side through 2 doggy bereavements, my marriage break up and through the months when my Mum was ill and finally passed. I never doubted his devotion to me for one minute of his beautiful life. Truly, a friend in a Million.

Sleep well ‘Mummy’s Boy’ till I see you again. You deserve to rest now.

Thanks Ena,


Sandra what a lovely tribute to your special boy, and he was very special as you say he was a blood donor, helped lots of dogs, and was an ambassador for the breed.

I remember the day he came into the kennels, he had such a lovely big head and such a skinny wee body, but a nature second to none.

Thank you for giving him such a special home.

Our heartfelt condolences to you and your family xx

RIP Big lad you can run free and play with your pals again, safe in the knowledge you were so well loved xxx

Have added a photo of Harris (sitting up) the day he arrived at Second Chance Kennels at 6 months old. His dreams of a briliant new home were so very much fulfilled, Thanks to you Sandra xxxx

Sandra's beloved Harris x  Sandra's beloved Harris x
Simba/ Zak /Patch >>
Posted: 10th January 2014

Little bit about Simba
Simba Lessels 31/5/1998 - 26/11/2013
It is with a very sad heart that we had to let Simba go across the rainbow bridge on
26/11/2013. 15 years ago we got you from Phyllis when you were 6 weeks old. You
had a long and very happy life with us and your 3 brothers and sister, now you are
up there running about and playing with Patch who crossed the bridge on 22/2/08
and Zak who crossed the bridge on 25/5/13. You are terribly missed by everyone.
Love Mum, Dad, Owen, Tess and Buster. xxxxx
So so sorry to hear about Simba, have let Phyllis at the Pet Care Centre know.
RIP Simba you will have found Zak & Patch by now I'm sure xxx

Simba/ Zak /Patch  Simba/ Zak /Patch
Simba/ Zak /Patch   
Jet >>
Posted: 6th January 2014

Jason we were deeply saddend to hear your news, but as always so grateful he had such a wonerful home with your family.

RIP. Jet you were so very much loved hopefully you will meet all the other Second Chance dogs who are waiting at the Bridge. You will be sadly missed by your family and Sam x xxx

Hope I have done this the right way. I was hoping you could add this to your Rainbow Bridge section of your website.
We got Jet from you as a puppy in February 2007. As you can see from the pics, he finally grew into his paws and ears. Unfortunately he passed away today. Having got him house trained and settled in, my partner gave birth to our daughter a year later. Jet slept under our daughters cot from the day we brought her home until she grew out of it and got her own room. We still have our other cross, Sam. Although once Jet grew up, he ended up head and shoulders above him, they were a great together.
It would be a nice reminder for the family if you could add a post for him. If any of these pictures haven't attached properly or I need to submit the post another way, please let me know.
Thanks, Jason

Jet  Jet
Bailey >>
Posted: 28th December 2013

Dear Ena and Frank,

Our lovely Bailey went to sleep yesterday. It was time, he had become such a sad little dog in the last days, so confused and hardly eating or drinking. He had two little bright spots in the day when he went out for a walk and was almost like his old self fleetingly but could not settle at all in the house and wandered round at night not seeming to know where he was.

We remember when you 'phoned and said you had a dog for us that was a Cavalier King Charles/Retriever cross and we couldn't imagine what he would look like. Well, this little beauty is what we got and his breeding was often a talking point with fellow dog walkers!

He gave us such pleasure, just looking at him made us smile and we will miss him so much.

Thank you for him.


Sheila and Nigel

We were so so sorry to hear about your gorgeous boy, but we are grateful he had so many happy years with you thank you.

RIP Bailey you were such a well loved boy xx.

Mandy >>
Posted: 19th December 2013

Susan we were so very sorry to hear your sad news about your beloved Mandy.,but we are so very grateful she had such a wonderful life with you George and your family .
I remember when you came and saw her for the first time, it was love at first sight.
R.I.P Mandy xx You are so sadly missed.x
Sadly our beloved Mandy had to be put to sleep on the 6th of Dec 2013.
We were very lucky to have nearly 14 wonderful years with her as part of our family.
We filled her life with lots of love, cuddles plenty of walks and holidays. She especially liked the beach although was never very keen to go in the water.
Our last holiday was to Durness in June and we visited the lighthouse at Cape Wrath where the photo is taken. She had a great time.
She was the best dog we could have wished for, for our first dog. She was loved by all the family, friends and neighbours and will be missed terribly.
We are so glad and happy you let us take Mandy home all those years ago she brought us so much joy .
Hopefully after time has passed we will consider looking for another dog. We will miss our walks and the company.
Susan , George & Family ( Arnott )

Our wee lad Bruno x >>
Posted: 6th December 2013

It was a very sad day today, 6th December wee Bruno who was handed into us in a terribl;e state on the 5th October, has sadly passed over to Rainbow Bridge, we know he was 14 past August.Would like to thank the very kind couple who found him.

We used to keep the heating on for him to make sure his bed was nice and warm next to the radiator, he also like a wee blanket to cover him up. We made him scrambled egg / cheese and egg / chicken and used to sit and cut up cocktail sausages into bite size pieces for him, just to try and get him to eat something.

We will all miss him so much, he was such a wee darling toddling about with the other dogs ect, sitting and meeting up with his pals wee Alfie & Susie in the reception, he had a wee cough and if he started coughing you had to watch he didn't fall !! sadly he went down hill really fast in the last few days. So Frank and Bill took him to the vets, but sadly he had reached the end of the road, he was ready and went very peacefully. God Bless Bruno xxx

Rest in peace wee man at least you knew for a wee while what it was like to be

Will miss you loads darling boy. Ena / Frank / Bill/ Harry /Sarah /Dawn/ Yvonne & Andy xxxxxxx.

Our wee lad Bruno x  Our wee lad Bruno x
Our wee lad Bruno x  Our wee lad Bruno x
Emmy >>
Posted: 20th November 2013

This lovely girl Emmy was adopted many years ago, sadly she has now come over to Rainbow Bridge. She had such a wonderful home with a family who adored her, and who miss her so very much..

Our thanks to you all for giving Emmy the home she needed, we are truly grateful.

RIP Emmy you were so loved and now sadly missed xx.

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