This page is dedicated to the Grey Muzzle Always In My Heart campaign donors. During the year, our supporters celebrate the pets they have cherished by making a special "in memory of" donation to the Always In My Heart campaign. A gift of $20 or more supports senior dogs nationwide who have become homeless when they are most in need.
Always in My Heart Donors
Always in My Heart tributes are displayed with most recent tributes at the top.
You are always in our heart "Yukie" not a day goes by that we don't miss you. Until we meet again on the Rainbow Bridge.
Bridgette, your relentless support is what helped me survive my recent educational quest. Despite a terminal illness upon adoption, your never-ending love for life helped me clarify my true passion was indeed providing hospice care for animals. Although I dearly miss my shadow, your presence will be with me always. Love you, Bridgette!
It's hard to not feel completely overcome with grief right now but I know that one day soon the happy memories will overtake the sad. We'll miss you so much sweet little sister but are so very thankful for all that you gave us in the short time you were in our lives. Love, Cammy and all the folks that loved her as deeply as I did.
In memory of my beloveds Frankie and Suni Angel who crossed over that rainbow bridge in the last 2 years. I will love you both forever and I know that we will all reunite one day. My darling Chisi is 17 now and getting closer to that bridge daily and although my heart breaks at the thought, my gratitude for all the love the 3 of us have shared keeps me going. Rescue dogs are the best. Thank you Grey Muzzle for the good you do.
I'll miss you, my sweet fluffy friend. May you have many happy hikes and agility trials at Rainbow Bridge. You were well loved!
Rest in peace dear Doris. Your poppas miss you terribly but I know full well that you're kicking your heels up high and hard with some of my dearly departed dog children. Love from the Auntie that never got to meet yee. -Cammy
I adopted Jaime in 1998 from a rescue group in NC when he was 18 months old. I was told he had been in rescue since he was 4 months old but hadn't worked out in any of the homes he'd been placed in due to his high activity level and typical BC bossiness. As soon as I set eyes on Jaime I knew I would keep him. He was a strikingly handsome dog with classic black and white markings and yellow eyes. Jaime and I spent many years together hiking, playing and traveling all over the US to attend seminars and compete in dog agility trials. He was a great hiking partner. Jaime lived a long and healthy life and spent the last several running in our 3 acre fenced yard. He lived to be 17 plus years old (we never knew his exact birthday) and when we finally had to say goodbye it was like saying goodbye to a large part of my life. I will never forget him or the lessons he taught me about persistence and dedication. Jaime, rest well, Buddy, I'll miss your sweet speckled face forever.
Edward, I remember one day taking you out for a short walk when I was ill. I was feeling sorry for myself, because I was alone, and did not have anyone to help me. As we continued to walk I started to grow dizzy, and knew I was about to fall when suddenly I felt someone leaning in to hold me up. When I looked down I saw you standing there. You had a look on you face like you understood I needed your help. You looked concerned, yet strong and proud. We continued to slowly walk beside each other with you gently leaning into me until we made our way home. At that moment I realized that I was far from alone, and in one way or another we would always find a way to hold each other up. The day you passed I literally felt my heart shatter. You are my soul mate. I know that we will one day be together. Until then, on the good days I can still feel you walking close by, leaning in just enough to hold me up as we make our way home... I will be right back Baby Bird, I love you.
In Memory of our Teddy, my first Dog. I will never forget you little one. I will meet you again one day at the Rainbow Bridge...
She had the name "Lady" before we ever laid eyes on her at the shelter. She was 7 years old, and a perfect lady in every way. Lady was the mature adult, who knew her place in the house and always was so attentive to being appropriate. As time went on, I appreciated Lady more and more for the kind creature that she was. When she would eat out of our hand, she was so careful not to bite our hands. Whenever I would feed her dinner, she would never eat it immediately, but would look at me for 5-10 seconds, wagging her tail; I sensed that it was her way of thanking me for her meal.