Tuni and Sequoia were our first pug friends. We all met at a pug meet up where Tuni ran as far as her little legs would carry her for about 10 seconds. Then she would wobble a little and plop right down in the dirt. Tuni was a favorite at meet ups and spent most of her time being held by anyone who could get a turn. She was just an itty bitty girl
Tuni's famous little tongue dried out and got dirty at the park, but her mom was always ready with some water to clean it off.
Tuni's mom and dad helped at Pugapalooza and created the most awesome kissing booth ever. We still use it.
Sequoia's birthday is just a few days after Tallulah and Petunia's so we had a joint birthday party one year. Here is Tuni, chilling on the chaise in our backyard.
Tuni had a hard life until she was rescued. She was dumped in a box and left for rescue. Thankfully, she landed in the best home, with the best parents and the best sister. They loved her and treated her like she deserved to be treated.
Their blog was the first blog we ever read, and they inspired us to start blogging.
Tuni, we have missed seeing your sweet face here and we will always remember you.
Our thoughts and prayers with your whole family.
Run free sweet TuniReplyDelete
Benny & Lily
We loved Tuni too, we wish we could have met her and her famous tongue. I am so sorry for her family but so happy that she had a lovely retirement with themReplyDelete
Thank you so much for the loving post for Tuni. We miss her so much here.ReplyDelete
How wonderful you could become real life friends too!!! Isn't it amazing how everyone has found each other through blogs? I still LOVE blogging more than Facebook and miss some of the people that have stopped posting.ReplyDelete
This is such a beautiful tribute to Tuni. She was loved by so many,, and of course has a wonderful home.ReplyDelete
You shared some details of her life that I did not know about. Thank you for sharing all this with us.
I sit beside you, as we circle our paws around her family.
We don't want to hear any more sad news, but we all go cross the bridge someday... run free, Tuni !ReplyDelete
Hi! I'm your newest follower. I'm owned by three pugs. (Two black and one fawn) I love this blog!ReplyDelete
You are lucky that you have met so many blogger furiends! We know we are lucky that we got to meet you. Unfortunately we didn't get to meet Tuni but we do read and follow her/their blog!ReplyDelete
Mama said no more puggers can cross the bridge this year - too many have left us and the year is just now half over!
Love Zoe, Peyton, Webster & Liberty
PS ... Mama loves looking at pictures of Tuni and wonders if Peyton's tongue will be like hers ... someday!