25 comments on “Rest in Peace Little Ginger – Forever in our hearts

  1. A beautiful tribute to a dearly beloved member of your family. We are saddened by your loss and wish there was something we could do to ease your heartache – we can only offer our thoughts and prayers.

    • Thanks dear friends. We really appreciate your kind comments and prayers. It’s been a very sad start to the New Year and totally unexpected. Ginger was very special and will forever live on in our hearts.


      Marks and Joey

  2. Ginger was a beautiful pet and a loving member of the family. She loved to run and play and everyone that knew Ginger said that when they died they wanted to come back as her so they could be just as spoiled as Ginger.

    Ginger loved digging through the grocery bags for her new treays/chew toys. Ginger especially loved when it go cold out, she ran around the house like a rocket, no runner rug in the house was safe it ususally wound up slung away from where it should have when she ran across it and the force of Ginger on a good run slung the rugs backwards.

    Marks & Tina did not have Ginger trained, I like to believe it was the other way around. Ginger even got an unbrella over her when it rained out when she had to go out. Ginger loved a good belly rub and playtime.

    Ginger wherever you are know that everyones whos lives you touched are forever greatful, and we love you always.

    • Thank you for the beautiful comment Mike. You’re so right, Ginger was the most precious baby there ever was and you couldn’t help but love her. We’re all thankful that she suffered no pain. We’ll be sure to share your comment with Tina as I know she’ll be very happy that Ginger will never be forgotten and always remembered with love and affection.

      Marks and Joey

  3. We’re so sorry to hear of your faithful little friend going on before you. She’ll be forever in your hearts and memories. We animal lovers know they are far from being just some dumb creature. They leave paw prints directly on your heart. We become incredibly close to them. They are a part of us as much as we are a part of them. To borrow something I’ve read…

    “It came to me that every time I lose a dog, they take a piece of my heart with them.
    And every new dog who comes into my life gifts me with a piece of their heart.
    If I live long enough, all the components of my heart will be dog
    And maybe I will become as generous and loving as they are.”
    —Author Unknown

    • Thanks so much Sis. Your words brought tears to my eyes and never a truer word was said. We have so much to learn from our wonderful four footed fur babies. Their unconditional love, their constant affection, those beautiful soulful eyes – I could go on and on. She is sadly missed but a large paw print is forever etched on our hearts.

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