|I will always remember Belle's independence and feisty spirit. I loved hearing her "talk" with her squeaks and grumble-grunts. I have an image of her lying on my bed, leaning on my arm, patiently taking a nap with me. I will remember her looking out the patio door watching the birds in the trees overhead. I know Wendy will remember Belle watching TV with her in the bedroom and Belle sneaking around exploring Wendy's treasures. Belle's vet, Dr. Cote, described Belle as "sweet and trusting" and has Belle's picture on her desk. I will remember Belle's alertness, her responsiveness to me, just her "knowing." Belle is my first girl bunny--I remember how she helped Lance his last year of life. Belle, Belle, Belle. I loved saying her name and holding her softness and feeling her put her head on my shoulder in response. She also kissed me back whenever I kissed her nose--she would push back. She also stopped--whether she was eating hay or anything--and waited for me to give her the sign of the cross. It's almost exactly one month, even in terms of the time--it's nearly 8:00 P.M.--since my Baby Belle was set free. I love you, Belle. God Bless my baby Belle.|
Belle's People Parent(s), Jan, would appreciate knowing you have visited their Belle's Memorial Residency.