Remembering Ginger

Published on October 14, 2012 under Rainbow Bridge

Ginger came into rescue because her owners could no longer care for her.  We were lucky to find this little senior gal a foster home to care for her until she found a home of her own.  Sadly, she unexpectedly passed away in her sleep and we lost this little girl too soon.  We’re thankful she knew a home of her own though that treated her as if she was their own and she knew love and adoration.

Here are some kinds words her foster family wrote about her:

“Ginger may have been a senior bully, but that really didn’t stop her from climbing up the pet steps to snuggle in our bed when we weren’t looking. Her big brown eyes truly charmed the socks off everyone that she encountered. She was our love bug and loved being by our side, especially on the couch during those lazy evenings. She won everyone over with her wiggly butt…even caught the attention of two motor cops when we were stopped at a red light last week and they were sending her smooches as she sat in the backseat looking out the window.

There are so many wonderful memories we had with her and she’ll always be our ginger bread and little mama. We will always remember Ginger in our hearts.”
RIP Ginger.  Run free and play hard…

Ginger RIP