Saying goodbye with roses – For Tiger

Today, at our Hyde Park Doodle Meet, we said good-bye to our friend, Tiger-Rose. IMG_6403

Tiger always wore pink.  So we brought pink rose petals to remember her with.IMG_3448Tiger’s owners and friends came to join us for this day … IMG_3561And I got an extra hug from Tiger’s mummy, LucyIMG_3521To our friend, Tiger-Rose – we miss you.12200984_10153428383169272_872036838_n2 February 2013 – 7 February 2016IMG_3422May’s comment: Tiger-Rose left us for the Rainbow Bridge on the 7 February. She came to our doodle meets in Hyde Park. Today, we said goodbye to a friend.

For those of you who didn’t know, Tiger had been diagnosed with inoperable spindle cell carcinoma, a type of cancer. This malignant tumour, usually originate from the connective tissue of, or beneath, the skin that line or cover internal organs. This lump usually occurs in the limbs of older dogs. In such cases it can be removed, but occasionally more radical surgery such as amputation is required. Sometimes an aggressive form of fibrosarcoma is reported in dogs less than one year of age. Tiger just turned three.

8 Comments

  1. Christine

    So sad to loose such a young dog. Lovely that you all met up to say goodbye. x

  2. cheryl houlton

    Lovely way to remember a special friend x Cheryl andSusiex

  3. Margaret Danks

    So very sad. Run free little lady. Xx

  4. Sheila

    So sad, what a beautiful memorial. Lots of love there!

  5. Alison Mullett

    Run free little Tiger. Although your life was short lived you made an impression on those who met you, and wonderful doggy memories for your owners who loved you dearly.

  6. Cecilia

    Run free and live happy little Tiger at the rainbow bridge, you will be dearly missed by friends and family!

  7. Jocelyn

    Alovely way to say goodbye to to Tiger Rose, I am going to put you in charge of my ceremony X

  8. Liz

    What a lovely memorial, to little Tiger.X

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