Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Gone but Not Forgotten


Today, a day after Valentine’s Day is the 1st year death anniversary of Chuckie, the apple of the eye of our family. He left us three months before the birth of Chuchie and Buchie, the new members of our family that bring happiness as well.

Young Chuckie

Yet we still remember, from time to time, everything about Chuckie: his stubbornness, his tender hug, and his mischief.

No matter how many four-legged pals we have, he’ll never be forgotten like the Aspins that came and went long before him.

Jonas the adopted Aspin

Jonas is the real granny of Chuckie and his siblings. She left us with colorful memories and adorable furry pals that will constantly remind us of her.


Haru, in his early age, succumb to sickness that is still a mystery to us. Our family has found new owners for him, and like us, they too were saddened by his too-soon demise.

Kring Kring

It’s funny to think, yet as a kid it didn’t matter to me if I sound like a telephone ringing every time I call our dog Kring Kring. We didn’t have a phone at that time, but if I would pick between them—I would rather have a barking telephone.

I think our family had five dogs that have gone to heaven already along with Chuckie. I tried to look for photos but only found Kring Kring.

Even without photos as a reminder, what matter is that they all have left an imprint full of PAWsitivity in our life. 

For that we are truly blessed and grateful!

Quick Links:

The story of Chuckie

Pet cemetery in the Philippines

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At February 21, 2011 at 5:59 PM , Blogger Unknown said...

Pets never leave our hearts and we are always more blessed just for having them in our lives.

At February 21, 2011 at 11:51 PM , Blogger Caerol said...


Very well said! Can't argue about it.


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