Dear Baby Bear,

Baby Bear

Mommy loves you much more then you will ever know or understand. I may be away from you for what seems like forever for both of us, but it is only a year. It’s only a short time in our lives, but I try to come and see you every chance I get. I can’t wait for the chance that I get to sleep with my snoring, farting, pillow-stealing pup again. I miss you and I think about you all the time–every day, every second. I miss how you were always by my side or right there behind me, following me everywhere and doing everything with me. If I could have taken you along everywhere, I would have. You are my best friend in the whole world and you where sent just for me–to help me through these bad times and to give me hope again. A year is all that we will be away from each other, and then we have the rest of our lives to spend by each other’s sides. Though thick and thin we will always be there for each other, and I will make sure no one ever hurts my Baby Bear again. You are safe now, and so am I. We don’t have to worry anymore whether someone is going to come and hurt us. It is only going to take this short amount of time until I can have my Baby Bear sleeping in my arms & on my pillows again. I love you, Baby Bear, and I would do anything for you, over and over again. My best friend and partner in crime. You were sent only for me.

Breed: Rottweiler

Last Superstorm Sandy Shelter Dog Goes Home

Another happy ending! We’re wagging our tails with joy after reading Bruno’s story at Newsday.com:

MINEOLA, N.Y. – (AP) — A Long Island dog left homeless after Superstorm Sandy is homeless no longer.

Newsday reports that Bruno has been adopted by a couple in Melville whose two dogs recently died due to illness and old age.

The Rottweiler’s owner lost his home in Long Beach during the storm and was unable to care for him.

Bruno was the last remaining dog at an emergency shelter for Long Island pets left homeless by Superstorm Sandy. The shelter closed earlier this month and Bruno was moved to Northwind Kennels in Bedford, in Westchester County.

The kennel’s owner, Penny Smith-Berk, said hundreds of people emailed offering to adopt Bruno.

A total of 515 pets were housed in the emergency shelter in the weeks and months after Sandy.

Dear Rhody,

My dearest baby girl Rhody I found you on I-95 when you where not even nine months old. Abandoned, beaten, sick and scared. I thought I would rescue you that day but you spent ten years rescuing me.

“You need to think with your head and not with your heart, we have to put her down,” they said—but I fought so hard for you and you fought harder for me through the years.

My best friend, soul mate, love, muse, comedian, lover of all people, hairy four-legged daughter—you brought me and your big brother Rockstar such tremendous joy.

Please remember you will always be in my heart until we meet again and I hope you know how much I love you. My bed—I mean your bed—will never be as comfortable, as warm or as perfect without you laying beside me.

I love you Monkey.
Your Momma and Rockstar.

Breed: Rescued Rottweiler

Posted by Victoria Arocho