Obituaries

Kahuna Jordan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kahuna was born in Oceanside, CA on March 24, 2006.  He was introduced into Janice’s life after her dog passed away. 

Kahuna loved to go on road trips; especially down to the Charleston, SC waterfront where he would lay in the water fountain.  Kahuna always had something to say and loved his but scratched.  He also loved being with Janice in the barn when she worked with the horses.

Indigo Anderson

Indigo loved to chase birds and squirrels out of her yard.  She loved playing with her favorite fleece blanket.  Indigo had a special way about her to make everyone that met her, fall right in love with her.

Indigo was born in Georgia on November 14, 2004.  Through the Wolf Creek Weinmariner Rescue she found her parents, Angela and Brandi Anderson, at 5 months old.  Indigo crossed the Rainbow Bridge on July 13, 2015.  She is survived by her mommies and a sister.  Also surviving are her grandparents, numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

Riley Burchfield-Cosgrove

Riley Clawdius, our beloved "Little Man", boarded his flight to the arms of the angels on Thursday July 9, 2015, following a brief illness. He was just 14 months old.

Riley was born in Front Royal, VA in May of 2014 as a river cat and was rescued. Our first meeting with Mr. Riley took place at the Warren County Vet's office where he was being offered for adoption. His personality and ability to "goosestep" and shake paws immediately endeared him to us and he joined our family on March 17, 2015..

"Burpee the Wonder Corgi"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Burpee was born in October of 1996 and was surrendered to the Dallas Texas Animal Control in October of 2009 where he was rescued by the North Texas Pembroke Welsh Corgi Fanciers. Burpee joined our family on December 26, 2009. Burpee died at home surrounded by friends and family on June 29, 2015 after a 2 and 1/2 year battle with degenerative myelopathy.

Mani Burchfield - Cosgrove

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mani’s beginnings are unclear; we found her climbing in a trash can in our mailroom.  We thought she was a monkey; you could only see her tail.  We lived in Los Angeles, CA when we met Mani in 2005 and realized that we had saved a beautiful full blood Abyssian that day.

Mani’s name comes from our – Mani (Armani); a designer cat at discount price.  We rescued this sweet girl from a bad neighborhood in North Hollywood, CA.

Fay Wray Fisher

Stonebridge Santa Fe Siddach, JE, CGC, ROM

“Fay Wray”

Fay Wray was born April 07, 2001 in Rockland, ME.  She was a gift from my very dearest friend, Sidney “Fay Wray” was a gentle, loving girl…happy to do anything. She loved to play with puppies and was a “Mother” to any new puppies in the house. She also loved to go for car rides and she traveled all over the east coast, as far as St. Louis and Wisconsin for dog shows and events.

Flatsky Homer Uphold

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flatsky Homer Uphold crossed over the Rainbow Bridge on June 27, 2015. He was born in Stephens City on July 4, 1998 and lived there all his life.

He is survived by his person Tybois Uphold, and his other people George and Denise Uphold, along with his four­legged feline siblings Peppermint and Taffy and his four­legged canine sibling Dozer. He is preceded by his two four­legged canine siblings Sparky and Ozzy.

Sambuca Stutz

Sambuca was born on 1 March 2002 in Lovettsville, VA and passed on7 May 2015 in Waterford, VA.

Taz "Tazzie" Robinson

February 16, 1998 – June 8, 2015

Taz was a gift to Dennis from Francis on their 13th Wedding Anniversary.

Taz is survived by his human parents, Dennis and Francis Robinson, human sisters, Alicia Claycomb and husband, Soctty and Crystal Robinson; human brothers, Dennis, Jr. and Rocio; six human cousins, Dillyn, Draytin, Chloe, Trey, Hunter and Dakota. Taz was preceded in death by his Feline sister, Shadow Brook, a long hair black Persian.

Piper Michel-Caperell

Piper came to our family when he was adopted from the Esther Boyd animal shelter on August 14, 2012.  Little is known about him before he came into our lives because he was found and brought to the shelter as a stray.  We didn't know his age other than he was an older dog, already a bit gray.

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