Sunday, 15 February 2009

Run Free Wellington!

Today, Mother and I are remembering this fine hairy fellow, who sadly went to the Rainbow Bridge on Friday...
I, of course, never had the chance to meet him personally but I understand he was a true eccentric English gentleman of excellent pedigree, who won many hearts and will be greatly missed by his family.
May he now be running, happily pain free with Mother's beloved Springer Spaniel Hero & young Airedale friend Oscar!


DILLY said...

Awww Dilly be sad,
awlways be sad heer anmols go Raynbow Bridge,
Mummy kno lots cats an dogs be waytin at bridge.

Do be like luvly big woolly cuddly doggy!!!! Be like big Dulux Doggy!!!


BJ Roan said...

I believe you and Wellington would have been friends, had you had the good fortune to meet. I'm sure he is frolicking with Hero and Oscar right now.
Aunt BJ

Mickey,Georgia , Tillie said...

Hello Sir Woodstock!
Thank you for dropping by and offering your congratulations!
I am sorry to hear about Wellington.I am sure he was a mighty fine woofie.
I see you hail from Blenheim Palace!
That is a grand place.Mom went to visit there years ago :) You look to be a very grand bear yourself!!!!
When things get all sorted out,I hope you will come to the wedding!!!!
Purrs Mickey

Asta said...

Siw Woodstock
How vewy sad to loose such a handsome sweet fwiend..I wish I could have made his aquaintance.
Wun and bounce fwee sweet Wellington..I hope we get to meet some day and play togethew.
smoochie kisses

Maggie and Mitch said...

Our hearts ache for Wellington's family! He sure was a handsome boy!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Babooshka said...

Wellington reminds me very much of the Dulux dog. Quite apt for one making the trek across the Rainbow Bridge.