10 Years an Angel

Well, actually a Spirit I think.  Maggie was much too mischievous to ever be an angel.

Today is June 2, 2020, 10 years since I helped that little TriPug off to her next adventure.

I was out with Elly today at the park in my old neighborhood.  We went over to the place where I took Maggie to the park for the last time.  I remember we sat under a tree and the girls shared a stick for a few minutes.

It was only 30 or 40 feet from the truck, it was as far as Mag would go anymore.  We didn’t stay long, soon we were back at the truck.

That’s Maggie in the front with little sis Tani.

She looks pretty happy in those pictures, some of the last I took of her.  These pictures were taken on May 30th, just 3 days before she passed.

As for me these days there is no sadness about the Spud,  I’m just grateful that she was and is a part of my life.

Author: krun15

Maggie was a little black pug born in 1999. On September 7, 2006 she lost her left rear leg to a mast cell tumor. Because of lymph node involvement Maggie went through a 6 month chemo regimen. She was given 6 to 9 months after her amp, but she beat mast cell cancer! In the winter of 2010 things started to slide; in the course of about 2 months she had 2 MCTs removed, was diagnosed with incontinence and kidney failure, and then the big blow- oral melanoma. She lived her carefree tri-pug life until she crossed over on June 2, 2010.

5 thoughts on “10 Years an Angel”

  1. Precious photos 💖 I have no doubt Maggie is up there being master Angel Instigator 🙂 Happy Angelversary Maggie 💖
    Jackie and Huck💖

  2. Such a nice memory. I am sure Maggie is keeping Brownie in line on the Bridge, and hopefully out of trouble.
    Happy Angelversary Pug Maggie!

  3. Wow Karen time flies. I’m so glad you shared this. And I really can’t believe you’ve been with us for over a decade now. Your gentle and practical guidance has helped so many people, we are furever indebted to your little Spirit Spud for bringing you to us.

    Those photos are so sweet. She does look happy in them, as if she already knew that she would soon be free of the burden of a worn-out body. Dogs know. You done good, it was an honor to have the chance to meet her.

  4. Happy Angelversay Maggie. Karen thank you for all that you do for the community.
    Thank you for sharing Maggie with us

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