Rainbow Sei: This past week marked the third anniversary of Da Beebs coming to join us at the Bridge. Where do the years go? Da Beebs fell gravely ill shortly after Tommy left for the Bridge, and #1 is convinced that this triggered a latent condition in him and ultimately led to his death. Da Beebs, having been born and raised at Poupounette Central, was precious among the precious and all of us know how much he is missed by #1. I thought it would be nice to share a few photos of him in today's post, including some from his last couple of months at Poupounette Central.
Let's start with him when he was still full of beans, or is that "full of Beebs"?
Da Mummy's Boy:
And then he got sick... Investigating the hospital suite:
Enjoying the garden:
And then, he was gone. And things have not been the same since that terrible day. But his resting place is beautiful. He lies next to his buddy, Tommy, under the Japanese cherry tree.
Beautiful memories of your precious angel brofur.ReplyDelete
It doesn't seem possible to be three years already! He will be forever loved and missed. Love and hugs for #1.ReplyDelete
It really is hard to believe it has been 3 years. That precious Angel was such a sweetie.ReplyDelete
this is my first time meeting da beebs. He is beautiful in all the photos and the garden beebs is my favorite photo today and what a beautiful place to rest in peace.ReplyDelete
Such sweet memories of your special boy.ReplyDelete
NAK 'might' have had said DaSnack -ReplyDelete
Happy Saturday All!
It's so nice NOT to be woozyweavey today!
Love never fades, even when our beloved is no longer with us.ReplyDelete
A bittersweet time...ReplyDelete
He was precious and we all miss him. Sending many purrs and hugs.ReplyDelete
Purrs, we all miss Da Beebs.ReplyDelete
Lulu: "A sad anniversary, but lovely pictures and memories."ReplyDelete
Charlee: "We're glad Sei-Chan is together with his friend Tommy under that beautiful tree."
Chaplin: "Three years is a long time and it also isn't a long time. It was three years ago in October that Dennis went away and we still miss him very much."