@lexiloudog haz gone to rainbow bridge

by snickers on December 4, 2009 · 3 comments

in announcements,memorials

Security_Badge Blackthe pawpawty sekurity team announces with heavy hearts that one of our own haz gone, suddenly and unexpectedly, to the rainbow bridge. for the last four months, we haz been blessed with the mad skillz of dokumentashun officer lexi-lou to keep track of all the silly anipals that tangle with sekurity during pawpawty.

tonight on twitter, lexi’s mom wrote that lexi-lou “had a lot of health problems… The stress of the vet visit today must have triggered an underlying heart problem… she suffered acute congestive heart failure and a pulmonary embolism. Rushed her to the vet around 5:00 CST… She went over RB around 6:00 CST, in my arms. My poor baby girl.”

dear lexi-lou,

the sekurity team will miss you so very much. you no haz
to be fraidy or feel sicks now though. someday we will see
you at the pawpawty in the sky.

with love,
captain snickers, sergeant shawnee & the team


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you can visit lexi-lou’s bloggy to see her grate sekurity reports


George the Duck and Sanjee December 4, 2009 at 11:05 pm

What a lovely heartfelt tribute. We are missing Lexi too. *ducky hugs*

Zed December 4, 2009 at 11:22 pm

We are very sorry to hear about Lexi Lou. We are sendin Pawsitive thoughts to all of her family. She was a very lucky girl to have gotten a family that loved her so much & they were even luckier to have had her.

She was met at the rainbow bridge by so many wonderful anipals. I am sure she will be comforted with love. I bet my sister Tomarra (who passed Dec. 2, 2008) will take Lexi Lou & show her how to enjoy being a guardian angel for animals here on earth that need a hand.

Lexi Lou will always be in the hearts of those she touched. Her job on earth was to bring joy & love to everyone around, now she has a new job over the rainbow bridge.

justanothertrnd December 5, 2009 at 8:31 pm

This is a beautiful tribute to Lexilou, she was such a sweet, loving little girl doggie. We loved her, too. Especially when she would tweet us with her classic “*giggles*” Thank you for honoring her memory in this way. Blessings to you, Dusty and Hurley

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