Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Gotcha Day Memories

In honor of what would've been Tidbit's fourth Gotcha Day, here are some photos of celebrations from other years.





























This was a bun who knew how to enjoy a party!













Thanks again to everyone who has left condolences either through this blog or via private email. It's funny to think that the scrawny Cinderella of the county shelter ended up with so many friends just by being her bunny self.

It doesn't take great noble deeds to make the world a nicer place.

13 comments:

Susan Helene Gottfried said...


It doesn't take great noble deeds to make the world a nicer place.


Too true.

Leah J. Utas said...

She was quite the bun.

d. moll, l.ac. said...

That girl really knew how to make to most of accessories! And how to have party! Tyler and Sydney love that wheat grass too......

furrybutts said...

How can we not be friends with such a beautiful soul? :)

RoadBunner said...

Tidbit sure did know how to host a party! So cute to see all of her friends who went year after year!

FrecklesandDeb said...

Memories -- at least you have pictures to remind you of the good times.

Thomma Lyn said...

((((((((hugs)))))))))

What a precious bungirl Tid was -- so happy, such a joyful spirit. And you're right, there are so many wonderful ways to make this world a nicer place. That's one of the many wonderful things our four footed friends teach us. :)

I just love Tid's pictures! Thank you for sharing.

the Bag Lady said...

Thanks for sharing these photos of Tidbit...she certainly was a sweetie. What luck for both of you that you went to the shelter when you did!
The story of my golden retriever was very similar. He was scheduled to be put down the very next day when I rescued him. He pretty much chose me; there was such a crowd of dogs in the kennel, and he was just a wee pup, he was scared. He came and leaned on my leg when I went to have a look at all the dogs. How could I not take him home?
We had 13 wonderful years together, and even though he's been gone 3 years, I still miss him.
I'm glad you have such happy memories of Tidbit.

Glenna said...

Ohhhh--lump in my throat. She was such a pretty girl.

Crabby McSlacker said...

Love the party pics--she will be missed by many, including lots of us who never got the chance to party with her in person.

MizFit said...

mardi gras beads? PRICELESS.

Michele said...

BG, I'm loving these pictures of Tidbit! Although, I must admit, it's a tad disconcerting when I realize her life was more exciting than mine. :-) The girl certainly knew how to make an impression, as she has with all of us. Of course, none of this would have been possible without the love and attention you showered on her. Y'all were lucky to have one another.

Rachel said...

It's been awhile since I've checked your blog. It's hard for me to hold back the tears. I'm so used to seeing pics of Tidbit. She was so beautiful, and I could tell she was well cared for and much loved. I remember how hard it was for me to part with Oscar. She will be with you always and I know she is thankful for the love and care you gave her.