Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Cassie Crosses the Rainbow Bridge 19 August

We got word from Ohio on Friday that our pal Cassie crossed the rainbow bridge.  Gracie watches over her hoomans now.
Five Collie Sunday, 30 September 2007
Cassie, Essex, Deacon, Hattie, Lady
Cassie and Deacon - 2007
Dad first met Cassie way back on 26 September 2007.  They walked over to Grand Paws and Grand Maws house to say hi.  Essex, Deacon and Dad came out to meet them.  The two packs became good friends.  A the time of the first meeting, Cassie was only three years old.  That Sunday, 30 September there was the famous "Five Collie Sunday."  It was a Sunday to remember.  
Cassie, Essex, Hattie and Deacon - - 2008
Cassie -2008
Joy and sadness has been seen by the two packs.  Hattie and Deacon crossed the bridge in 2011.  Gracie Lou and Sherman came to live with the hoomans that year.  Essex crossed the bridge in 2013 and Gemini came to live with me in 2016.  Fortunately Gemini got to meet Cassie this summer.  She knew our smell and welcomed us.  We both listened to her weave tails about Essex and Deacon.  
Gracie Lou and Cassie - 2011
Cassie - 2016
We are sad to hear Cassie crossed the bridge, but there are so many happy memories that thinking of her brings to our pack.  We can see he playing with Hattie, Essex and Deacon across the rainbow bridge.  All of them will be waiting for their hoomans.  

Cassie loved and was loved by her hoomans.  There is nothing more important to a dog.

Dog Speed Cassie, you will be missed.

Sherman, Gemini and Dog Dad.


Reilly-Denny Cowspotdogs said...

it I never easy to lose a friend

Sheltie Times said...

Run free over the bridge Cassie. Your friends will miss you.

Jans Funny Farm said...

You have such good memories of Cassie, but we know you will miss your friend.

StevieGrrrWonder said...

It's never a good thing to lose one of our furry buddies. I sure hope our animal friends will be with us when we get to heaven. They were here with us on earth all to briefly and it would b great to spend eternity with them. I'm looking forward to it :-)

Ann Galloway said...

Thank you for such a sweet and caring tribute to our sweetheart! I am sure she is running and playing with all of them! We love you guys!

Ann Galloway said...

Yes it would 😞

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