memory of "Tootie"
We adopted our beloved Yorkie, Tootie from POTL approximately 4-5
years ago & he was the love of our lives!!! He was the best dog!!!
He loved to snuggle & play. At night when it was time for bed, he
followed me to bed, actually, he followed me a lot!......anyway, if
I didn't pick him up right away, he put his front paws up or start
barking at me or sometimes both! He would snuggle right next to me
to go to sleep. He had 2 certain toys that he loved to play with, a
soft fuzzy ball & what we called the "Blue Man", it was a soft
squeak toy that looked like a gingerbread man & of course he was
blue! On Father's Day of this year, our Little Tootie went to
doggie Heaven & I am sure he is playing with the angels!!! We miss
him very much, he was such a joy!
Good night sweet prince rest but, play with the angels!!!
Thank you POTL for rescuing this sweet baby & allowing us to
What an awesome blessing!! Susan
memory of "Duke"
I started working for the Frye's in August 2005 and from the
beginning, I knew I'd fall in love with every animal on their
property. I'm very much into playing and loving on the animals,
in addition to the necessary work of upkeep. Duke quickly
realized that every time he'd see me that I'd play ball with
him. Because he would chew and destroy every ball that was left
in his kennel, I would play ball then take the ball out of the
kennel and put it up! So, I met him, at the gate, every weekend
with a ball in my hand and he was anxiously waiting for me to
throw it! When Joann started leaving balls in his kennel again,
he'd meet ME at the gate every weekend with a ball in his mouth,
ready for me to throw it!Then he got sick. But even well into
the heat of summer to the final weeks of his life when he was
really ill, he was still anxiously awaiting play time with
throwing the ball. I loved Duke very, very much and he will
forever remain in my heart. When he passed over the Rainbow
Bridge to play ball every day, all day, I was heartbroken but I
knew he was happy. I kissed him gently, told him I loved him
and said, "Go get the ball, Duke!" In my heart, I know he
memory of "Hera"
your short life touched our hearts
Stephen & Shanna Duck
Memory of "Cleo"
Beloved Cat of Molly Hatchell
Memory of "Blossom"
14-1/2 year old Scottish Fold Cat
by Kitty Dorsey, Georgetown, Texas
Linda C. Jackson)
Memory of "Aggie"
14 year old lab
by Carolyn Campbell, Dallas, Texas
"Aggie had a way of getting into your heart with her sweet,
dignified disposition. As with all animals who experience the love
of human kindness, she responded and gave back that love
unconditionally a thousand-fold. I know every owner feels their dog
is special - at least I hope so. Aggie was my best friend and her
passing left an empty house and an even emptier heart. I believe
that human beings and animals have unique soul imprints, much like
the one of a kind fingerprints that we have. God made all of us to
be special and different, both people and animals, so there truly
was only one "Aggie." I was privileged to be her "person" for seven
wonderful years. She was sweet, good, proud and sometimes bossy. She
was her own individual who wasn't ashamed to need and give love. I
wasn't looking for her, but she found me and made camp in my heart
for a lifetime."
Memory of William H. Walton
Law Firm, P.C.)
Memory of Joann Blackwell Grady
Mother of Debra Hollwedel
Memory of Brewster Welch
James S. Person)