Tuesday, February 23, 2010

R.I.P. Lambie I

Daisy's beloved Lambie did not survive his baa-ectomy yesterday. (He did not squeak, he baa-ed). The operation was fatal.

Luckily, when Augie and Ti, who gave her the first Lambie, found out how much Daisy loved him, they sent a backup Lambie. Mommy put him away for just this sad day.



Daisy loves Lambie II just as much. Life is good.
Thanks again, Augie and Ti. You guys are the best.

22 comments:

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Sorry fur your tragikh loss -

Once again, furiends have khome through to make it tolerable!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

Kari in WeHo said...

its so nice to have a backup

Ben said...

oohhhh a baa-ectomy sounds dasterdly. But the back up Lambie is brilliant.

Sierra Rose said...

Oh no! Lambie I....yet, yeah for Lambie II! You've got it covered over there. :)

Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
Sierra Rose

Farley said...

Lambie, you were a good friend. A loyal friend. You tasted so soft and fluffy in my mouth. May green pastures and Golden doggies fill your days in heaven. RIP buddy. P.S. Hooray for back-ups and Augie and Ti!

The OP Pack said...

Now that was one smart move on the par of Augie and Ti - nothing like being prepared for an emergency.

Woos, Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

YD, sometimes with Samantha and June said...

Oh that's baa-ad. We are sorry taht lambie didn't make it.

Sam & June

misskyliem said...

We know all too well how important it is to have a backup...

Licks,
Kylie

Cheryl, Indiana, Shingo and Molly said...

Oh whoa is lambie!! Glad there is a backup though!

Woofs and Kisses!

The Thundering Herd said...

Emergency supply kits should always contain a backup lambie.

Augie and Ti's mom said...

Whew!! Good thing there was back-up Lambie! Does Daisy know the difference? :)

SGR said...

Woof! Woof! Oh NO but you had FUN n there's a back-up ... Lucky You. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

Hi! I'm Sierra-Dog! said...

Lambie I, many you rest in peace.
Aren't Augie and Ti the very best?! It's wonderful to have such special furry friends.
LONG LIVE LAMBIE II!
Sierra-dog

The Bumpass Hounds said...

Our condolences on the loss of Lambie I. It is indeed unfortunate that the expected life span of active stuffies is so short. Shelf stuffies live extremely long lifes but serve little purpose for friendship. The active stuffies have only a measurable lifespan. That lifespan can be measured in years, months, weeks, days, hours and even minutes and seconds around our house. We try not to let Homer J., Sophie or Radar "play" with our stuffies because it hastens their departure from our beloved toy box. May Lambie II live a long and prosperous life.
- TBH&K

Thor said...

Sorry for the loss of Lambie I.

Good thing that you have a backup!

Thor

Sam said...

You are good friends, Augie and Ti! Have fun with Lambie II.

Sam

animal lover, quilt lover said...

Daisy and Tucker and Leo,
Stuffies don't last long enough!!
Bambi has lost so many in her 12 years. Now that's ture friendship to send you a back-up!!!!If you want to go to Paducah, I say the younger you are the better. Five days in Paducah takes a lot out of you!!
Thanks so much for your visit!!!
Love you lots, Bambi, Happy & Fern

LUCKY LUKE said...

The Bleu, he is playin taps on he honkin duck... and as for me, I am silent in the honor.

So sorry for your loss but tickled at the cuteness of your sweet self!

wif love from teh Luke

Sophie Lou said...

What would we do without our stuffies?

animal lover, quilt lover said...

Hi, Just stopped by to say HI and see if you had blogged.
I love to see your sweet faces!!!!!
Kiss Kiss, Bambi, Happy & Fern

animal lover, quilt lover said...

Yes Anamda was happy ever tho she was sick. I think she loved us very much!!!. With each animal that I have had over the years the love between us gets stronger and stronger!!! Each animal teaches us more things. I just love all the animals so much.
Love you all too, Fern

Oak said...

So sorry you lost poor Lambie, but at least you already have a new Lambie II. Oak has never completed a successful operation either.