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For pet names beginning with "O".
I wish you were here with me to snuggle up with me and lick my
cheeks.but you passed away and I don't have you any more.but
someday I will see you again and I still love you so much and I
can never ever 1000 million times forget you. You had a kind and
wonderful heart. I did the right thing but I didn't want to leave
my sweet and kind and wonderful dog and my Oden is the best and
only thing I have ever wanted. I will never forget you!❤️Maren
Oreo Feeley, April 2006 - March 6,
Oreo cookie. Our big fat shiny boy. Without any
warning, you had a horrifying seizure and were suddenly
gone. We are devastated. Heartbroken. We
absolutely ache for you!
You were the sweetest, most gentle boy. We rescued you and
you rescued us right back. You had a wonderful, happy
life. Almost 11, you were too young and healthy to go.
Run and play with your brothers and sisters. Eat all the
crunchy food and treats you want! We'll see you again at the
Rainbow Bridge some day!
We love you so much - forever and ever!!
Momma & Daddy
Owly, August 15, 2016
I only met Owly around February 2016 at Rizal Park, Philippines.
She probably lived there for the past 4 to 6 years. She was aloof
and difficult to find but I fed her every time I saw her.
Around July 2016 she sustained serious abdominal injury. I gave
her antibiotics and vitamins whenever I saw her, even if she
didn't want to be touched and fought me off -- stray cat as she
was. She got thinner and weaker in the following weeks and sensing
that she's dying, she became friendlier and looked at me with
pleading eyes and meowed desperately asking for my help.
She finally allowed me to touch her so I was able to bring her to
the vet. She was confined and given full medical attention but she
passed 2 days later. She went with dignity next to her new friends
in a clean, brightly-lit, happy place -- not alone in a dark,
dirty area of the park where she'll be forgotten. She died with my
Owly, I really miss you a lot. I hope to see you again someday...
- Patrick Berkenkotter