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February 19, 2009

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Heidi Nickell

Dear Penny,

I have been following little Annit's situation from the Westie Grooming List and have been praying for her swift recovery. I know exactly what you mean about the rescue Westie's wrapping themselves around your heart so very tightly. I rescued a 9 year-old Westie girl from a horrible existance and she was with us for 3 wonderful years. We named her Mattie. She gave us more love and joy than I could have ever imagined. She was ill with Westie Lung Disease when we rescued her, but we did not know what it was until a few months after she came to us. She showed me what real courage is. We lost her on Valentines Day 2008. We will love and miss her all our lives. I pray that Annie is with you for many more years to come.

Stay strong Sweetie.

Hugs,
Heidi, Chloe, and "Angel" Mattie
Staunton, Virginia

Theo MacKenzie

They truely do wrap themselves around our hearts...

Wishing Annie many more happy years with you, she couldn't have a more loving Mom.

deb

Annie is such a beautiful soul. I pray she is with you many more happy years. I've had Westies since 1979, the first two were females and both lived to 17. We have had 4 total and the other two are 2 and 4 years old. None were rescues, and your love and devotion to your babies will be it's own reward.

Vicki O

So glad to hear that Annie is resting comfortably. Thanks for updating your many "fur-babies" followers. BTW, my last Westie was 14 when I lost him and I sure hope for many more healthy years for Bogie.
Give Annie a smooch for me.

Mary Ann

I don't know what to write...I think Elaine said it so beautifully in the previous post.
Take care,
Mary Ann

Elaine/Muddling Through

I'm glad your little furbaby Annie is better. I know my little boy means a lot to me and has ever since I brought him home from the pound, nursed him through parvo and all the other trials and tribulations we go through with our pets because we love them. And because they bless us with that wonderful, unconditional love. I'm believing for you that this will not be the end for Annie, but that she will have many more happy, healthy years.

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