PET MEMORIAL PAGE
Lilly was a very special girl, she was very clever. she helped raise the kids, the cats
and our other dog Gypsy, who is missing her.
Being a collie x kelpie she used to try round up the kids and didn't understand why they wouldn't stay where she put them. she even tried dragging my son back to the spot by his nappy. when our cats were kittens she used to pick them up and put them to bed and give them a clean. she was exactly the same when we got another puppy, Gypsy. she helped train her, even give her a nip when she was naughty and always waited for her to eat first.
She knew all the kids by name and often played hide and seek with them.
she was definitely one of a kind and I am so heartbroken that she had to leave us.
In Loving Memory of
30.1.2003 - 28.5.2019
Family forever. Run free
Miggy was originally found in sticky tar under a truck at my husband’s work place. She was a tiny skeleton with fur, too small & young to be alone. She never grew fat or tall but made up for it by her mighty attitude. Her bestie/Mum was our Amstaff Kevin. We are glad she had a comfortable but sadly short life.
She was our feral little lion.
Our beautiful girl
You came into our lives like a mini tornado
At just the right time to heal our hurt
You were so full of life.
So stubborn, so determined
Yet you learned so well.
Dad’s girl, Mum’s companion, our little rebel.
You included yourself in all we did -
Site supervisor, chief bug catcher, chaser of birds
And watchdog of the house.
We took you for walks and on holidays too,
All our ‘vans were nicknamed “Rosie’s kennel” for you.
You grew up with our grandkids and slept in their bed,
You loved Saturday mornings, curled up with your Dad.
Mum’s gardening sessions were never without
An inquisitive girl just itching to sniff.
You guided the rescues and showed them the ropes
Made friends with the humans and loved them the same.
You defied all the rules but obeyed when you should.
Your barking was sharp, yet you saved your mate twice,
and a new little girl was accepted with grace.
Our darling big girl how much we loved you
Such a huge part of our hearts you owned.
Our grief and our sadness is a painful thing
To lose you so suddenly is hard to accept.
Your last few days were all you desired –
Loving friends, a bone and a bunny to chase.
Our darling Rosie, our beautiful girl
Life will shine a little less brightly
Now you have gone from our lives.
But in our hearts you will always be
Our shadow, our companion, our beautiful girl.
18 July 2006 – 4 March 2018
Loving you always, Rosies Mum