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Rainbow Bridge

 

Just this side of heaven lies the Rainbow Bridge

When a beloved pet dies, it goes to the Rainbow Bridge. It makes friends with other animals and frolics over rolling hills and peaceful, lush meadows of green.

Our pets do not thirst or hunger. The old and sick are made young once more; the maimed and the ill become healed and strong. They are as healthy and playful as we remember them in days gone by.

Though happy and content, they still miss someone very special, someone they had to leave behind.

Together, the animals chase and play, but the day comes when a pet will suddenly stop and look into the distance... bright eyes intent, eager body quivering. Suddenly recognizing you, your pet bounds quickly across the green fields and into your embrace. You celebrate in joyous reunion. You will never again seperate. Happy tears and kisses are warm and pleanty; your hands caress the face you missed. You look once more into the loving eyes of your pet and know you never really parted. You realize that though out of sight, your love had been remembered.

And now, you cross the Rainbow Bridge together...

-M.A. Preston

 

 

 

Prince Ike

 

It is with a very heavy heart that I write this. Our sweet little Prince coliced and despite efforts to save him at the Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine he couldn't be saved and was humanely euthanized. Thank you Dr. Trahan for your tireless efforts and compassion.

 

Pooky

 

Sadly Pooky was born with severe carpal flexion, lateral angular limb deformity, and dorsal displacement of the soft palate. After almost 2 months of bracing the carpal flexion had repaired, however she still had severe lateral angular limb deformities that were going to require extensive surgery. She was also a walking case of aspiration pneumonia kept at bay by constant antibiotics since birth. Her soft palate/epiglotis issues were also going to require surgery and may not have fixed her. After a visit and consultation with the Virgina Tech Veterinary hospital we decided that the most humane choice for Pooky was to put her to sleep. It was a very difficult decision to make.

 

 

Double Delight

 

Sadly DD sampled Walnut tree bark from a standing tree and foundered severely from it. She was put to sleep after about a week of attempts to help her recover.

 

BK

BK, which stood for black knees, was a sweet pet Boer doe that was wonderful around the donkeys. She lived a full life until passing over the rainbow bridge at 18 years old.

 

Billy

Billy couldn't stay in the house due to litterbox issues so he became our grain barn resident mouser and a very sweet kitty. He fell ill one day and disappeared shortly thereafter. The mice don't miss him much, but we sure do.

 

 

Tripod

 

Tripod

 

Tripod adopted me when he was about 13 years old. I got to be graced by his presence for about 4 years. He was always visitor's favorite furball on the farm. The old guy was a happy dog enjoying his senior years as a spoiled house dog. RIP buddy.

 

 

 

Artex

 

 

My first dog...a strong willed epileptic husky mix from the ASPCA. He loved to swim, run, play with other dogs, and ride in cars. He loved life and was my constant companion. He passed away at the age of 8 from complications due to epilepsy medications. I still miss him.

 

 

 

Sarah

 

 

 

 

Ruby

 

 

Ruby was a Nubian doe from my parent's farm. She was one of the first goats born at Silver Heights Farm, and spent her last few years here on our farm till the ripe old age of 16. She is sadly missed by both us and by her daughter and son.

 

 

Fuzz

 

Fuzz

 

I got Fuzz as a very young feral kitten. If I had a lap...he was in it. My legs were never cold. He had a purr you could hear throughout the house. His life was taken by dogs at the age of 8. He was my best kitty, and I miss him dearly.

 

 

Samantha

 

Samantha

 

Sammy came from the SPCA as a flea infested kitten. The first day I had her I opened a can of food and she came ripping across the floor, leaped onto me, and climbed to my shoulders. I guess she was excited. She passed away at the age of 13. She will be missed.

 

 

 

Tara Pilonero

(304) 466-2528 home

tara@stayawhilefarm.net

 

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