Received word late yesterday that our old friend Petunia had crossed that rainbow bridge. Those of you who have frequented this blog for a while no doubt remember Tuna, or Toons as I liked to call her. She would often stay at our Vancouver home when her mom (Sarah) and dad (Tio) were out of town. At first, she seemed a little leery about the whole arrangement but, on her third visit, she just settled and quickly became a part of the old gang.
She was an incredibly sweet dog who loved to lounge and whose forehead, mysteriously, always smelled like lavender and baby powder.
She will be missed.
9 thoughts on “February 28 2021: Suji Sunday and Remembering Petunia!”
Aww. Sorry to hear about Petunia. She was always a nice visit to the blog. I’m sure she was greatly loved by everyone she knew.
Very sorry for your loss. These can be the most difficult of times. Bob
They’re all too cute! RIP Petunia, she looked like a lover 💕🐾
I remember Petunia. Always sad to hear of a fur baby passing. Condolences to her parents. Looks like Suji even liked her.
Such sweet memories. I miss Jelly, Maximus, Bubba, Lulu, and Akemi’s fun pinkish-purple hair. Heck!
I even miss Brie … even though she got into the habit of being a bully and sitting on Lulu’s head on a somewhat regular basis. Petunia always seemed to be a happy mellow gal the others enjoyed having around when she came to visit. So very sorry to Sarah & Tio for their loss. It never gets easier when we have to say goodbye to a loved, cherished, 4 legged member of the family.
Sad news. I fondly remember Petunia from either Tio’s posts on Twitter or her appearances on your blog when she visited. Rest In Peace sweetheart. Condolences to Tio and Sarah and yourself, Akemi and Suji.
Aww, yes, Petunia. Always tough when that time comes. Miss those old days.
I’m very sorry about Petunia. Isn’t she the puppy that you kept a few years ago (seems like a only a couple) that kept trying to keep up with your crew and couldn’t get over the hedge? That was such a sweet video. Any chance you still have it?
I’m so sorry to hear of Petunia’s passing. We never have all the time that we want with our dear, loyal companions. May all who loved her find comfort in knowing she lived well and knew love.