A Tribute to Miniature Schnauzer Abby
Miniature Schnauzer, We love and miss you
My husband and I got Abby after the loss of my pomeranian, Chelsea. I was so sad from losing her that I gave all my love, heart and affection to Abby. She was the most loving, smart, beautiful, and spoiled doggie. Two years later our daughter was born and she welcomed her into her heart too. Abby ate Morgan's toys and crayons, but Morgan just gave her new ones to play with. When Morgan began to sleep in her toddler bed, Abby slept with her every night. When it was time for Morgan to go to bed and my husband and I were still up, we would just say to Abby "go to bed with Morgan" and she would go right to bed with her. Morgan is very lonely without her best friend. She asked me the other day what she was going to do now without Abby. I just cried.
Abby had diabetes and other health issues that took her from us. I know that she is not suffering anymore, but I still miss her so much and I wish she were here with us. She was such a big part of our family and she will always have a piece of our hearts. My husband was the only one that she ever gave her kisses to. I got to snuggle with her on the couch and Morgan got to share her toys (and crayons) and bed time with her.
We are now coming home at an earlier time at night, because we were avoiding coming home for the first week, because it was to hard to come home to an empty house. I still hear little noises in the house, and I think that it is Abby. And maybe it is, just to let me know that she is ok and I will see her again one day.
We love you so much Abby and you will never be forgotten. Thank you for being apart of our lives. We miss you.
October 23, 2000 - June 1, 2010