Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Kiana Crosses the Bridge

I am sad to tell you that my paw pal Kiana crossed the Rainbow Bridge yesterday.  Kiana was about ten and a half years old.  For over six years she took medicine to help control epileptic seizures.  She was a pawsome Siberian Husky with an extremely friendly personality.  About two months ago her hoooman parents found out she had cancer and wouldn't be much longer with them.  Her hoomans prepared themselves and tried to do lots of things with Kiana.  When the time came yesterday, Tonks accompanies Kiana to the vet and stayed with her as she crossed the Rainbow Bridge.  The below picture was taken at the vets office. 
Kiana and Tonks Touch Paws for the Final Time
Great Auntie Essex and Uncle Deacon first met Kiana and Tonks way back in early 2011.  The Huskies and Collies quickly became good friends.  I first met them as a puppy when I came to live with Great Auntie Essex.  We had lots of fun at Angel Paws Dog Park and at each others houses.  Dog Dad and I know her hoomans made the right decision.  A very good paw pal has went to run with Great Auntie Essex and Uncle Deacon.  Dog Speed Kiana, Dog Speed.
Kiana at Angel Paws- Early 2011
Left to Right - Tonks, Kiana, Brooke and Me
Kiana at My House - 2013 
Furever your paw pal, 

Sherman

5 comments:

StevieGrrrWonder said...

Wow...sorry about Kiana. She was a great dog. It's always sad to put a beloved pet down, but it was for the best in this case. I've been there and I've done that, so I can definitely sympathize. Tell P and B I'm thinking of them and I'll say a few prayers to help them get thru all this. Our pets are family members, after all, and it does hurt when they leave us.

Reilly-Denny Cowspotdogs said...

we know she had lot of pawsome friends to meet her on the other side

Moondance Huskies said...

So very sorry to hear that Kiana had to leave for the Bridge. It is never an easy decision, but I am sure her pawrents did the right thing...they loved her enough to let her go. May she enjoy running with Deacon and Essex and meet the angel members from our family too. We will say a prayer for her and her family.
Hugs,
Skye, the Moondance Huskies, kitties and mom

Dianne SS said...

We are very sorry about Kiana. Our sympathies to her family.

Dianne, Duffy, and Lanny

Paige Seaward said...

Thank you everyone. It wasn't easy, but we know it was the right thing at the right time. We didn't want her to feel one second of pain. Tonks is doing amazingly well and we know that letting her stay was the right decision. She stayed by Kiana's side until the very end showing how much she loved her too. <3