No Sunshine When She's Gone
In 2008, my family and I rescued her from a very neglectful situation. For most of her life, she had been used for breeding. When she passed the fertile age, she was simply turned loose. During her time alone, she was hit by a car. A family I knew had found her and nursed her from the brink of death, but they couldn't keep her. We took her in, even though she was still in bad shape. Sunshine had a tumor the size of an orange on her kidney. She lost the kidney, but remained vibrant and sweet. I am happy to say that she lived like a queen for the last 4 years of her life. She was deeply loved, spoiled, and pampered. She knew it, too.
Her health had been failing. I made an appointment to take her to the vet this morning, but she had passed away by the time I woke up. Now she is with the Lord and at peace.
Sunshine, thank you for brightening our family with your sweet little face, your cuddling, and your snoring. I will miss you terribly, but I am glad you are no longer in pain. I love you and will never forget you.