Dad Mom My sister Sammy and I (we never did get a family photo with Sadie)
Rusty you came into our lives a skinny, dirty, scared pup.
Gramma and Uncle Tony called and said they had rescued you from a bad situation. That was the best thing they could have done for all of us. The insist you were in our arms we knew you were forever going to be in our hearts. We think you knew that too because when Gramma came by the window to say good luck little man in you new life you growled at her. You sat in Dad's lap all the way home and never lookied back. After a good meal and a much needed bath and a haircut we found out you were't so rusty after all. Sammy took you under her paw and showed you how to put Midge in his place when he decided he wasn't too happy about you moving in. Once Sammy accepted you that was when your true self started to show through the happy go luck twirp the nieghborhood fell in love with. Then the cats decided you weren't so bad after all. You even started sleeping with the big guy. You accepted Sadie into our pack with no trouble I think you liked being a Big Brother. It was fun to watch your tail go while you were paying a good game of happy feet and chase Daddy around the yard while he was chasing the girls. You hid your sickness well little man. Thank you for loving us so much. I think before we left the house you knew because you said goodbye to your sisters in your own way. We hope you felt as loved by us right up till the night you passed as we did by you. It was a great pleasure to be your human parents. You touched alot of lives during your stay here on earth with us and I bet your touching alot more where you are. You will be sadly missed by alot of friends human and fur covered alike. We will be together agian Little Man. Enjoy you stay at the rainbow bridge till then. We Love and Miss you, Mom, Dad, Sammy, Sadie and the kitties.