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Rainbow Bridge

Shelter dogs
This huge pile of dog collars is from just one day of dogs that were euthanized in a high kill shelter. Sadly, it is just one shelter, one day.


Gigi
You came to us and for your last two months you learned what it was to be a dog. You learned that people could actually love you; you learned what it was to walk on a leash; you learned what it was to play with dog toys; you actually got to sleep in a human bed. We'll see you on the other side of the rainbow bridge, Gigi, there will be no pain, fear or anxiety over there, go run and play.


JoJo
Josiah was from an Ohio shelter. His owner left him in a pickup truck to die. He was in pretty rough shape when he was found, and was taken to the local shelter. Although he was old, it was felt that he still had some life left in him. We never give up on a dog, so we pulled him, even though he was a senior. We love the seniors! He came to us, skinny and frail, but tail wagging. We fed him and for probably the first time in his life, he slept in the bed with our foster, Rose. He was loved. We got him to the vet and it was determined that his kidneys and liver were failing him. Poor JoJo's body was giving up on him. It was his time and we helped him cross the Rainbow Bridge. Gone, but not forgotten buddy! Go be young again, run and play!


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