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Tripp


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Total Number of Gifts: 1
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About Tripp

Tripp had a rough life. Years of neglect by his 'owners' in a trash filled backyard. I was lucky to rescue him when I did. He was old and suffering. He was released frrom this uncaring world. I was honored to be with him for his final moments. Rest well my old friend.

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Sarah
Wed, Dec 02, 2009
I am so sorry for you. I have heard several cruel stories but nothing like this. If their is anything I can do, please tell me. Rest in peace, Tripp. No longer will you be neglected.

Danielle
Mon, Oct 05, 2009
Enzo, Nana, Bean, Mason, Cricket & Fletcher, are heartbroken that you could not have found a home like theirs. We wish you the peace and love you never had on earth, and hope you are rolling in grass, getting kisses, hugs, scratches behind the ear, and all the things you missed here on this "human" earth.

Tarah
Wed, Sep 30, 2009
awwww poor Tripp! :(
What a beautiful looking dog he was......It is sad that he was not taken care of and not given all the love he deserved!
I hope he is at peace now and in Doggy heaven........RIP Tripp....

Terrie Lee Thornhill Newfoundland, Canada
Tue, Sep 29, 2009
Dear Tripp, I may not have met you or been lucky enough to have you in my life, but reading about your story has touched my so deeply that i was brought to sobbing tears....you are so beautiful my little friend, god only knows what you have been through, i would have given anything to protect you if i could..Where ever you are now i pray you are finally at peace...Goodnight sweet Tripp..I will always keep you in my heart.

md
Mon, Sep 28, 2009
Well, Tripp, I gather you had food, water, and a roof of sorts--that's much more than many doggies get....but of course what you didn't get is what everyone is trying to give you now. I hope you can hear us.

Hillary
Mon, Sep 28, 2009
Tripp, you were a beautiful soul, inside and out. I'm so sorry that the world was so cruel and uncaring for so long. Your Angel, Misty, loved you so much that she took you away from all that, even if only for a little while. God makes everything right in the end; I know that you are free of ailments and cruelty, and are looking down on Misty and waiting for her to someday join you across the Rainbow Bridge. Bless you and Misty.

Sarah
Sun, Sep 27, 2009
Now, Tripp is playing with innumerable companions and is watching over Misty.

Buck, Kiwi, Beep-Beep and Ollie Schramm
Sun, Sep 27, 2009
We are all so sorry to hear about Tripp. We are all rescues. Buck was rescued from an animal shelter, Ollie was adopted when his owner moved and abandoned him, Kiwi's owners divorced and gave him to his present family, and Beep-Beep is a lovebird who was given away because of a deformed hip. We are all now siblings under two loving human parents. We all know how very lucky we are and wish all animal could be as lucky. We wish you had been rescued sooner and adopted into a family that would have loved and respected you. We know that animals do have souls and that you are happier in heaven. Does it really look like Biblical Jerusalem or are the streets paved with gold? We have heard both beliefs.
Misty, if you are ever in California, come to the city of Orange and visit the dog park on Yorba Street. Chances are Buck will be there playing with his friends. Ollie is a cat and Beep-Beep and Kiwi are birds.

Vision Jinx Networks
Sun, Sep 27, 2009
A terrible but also a too often frequent story, I was very saddened to hear this and wish there were stricter laws (and penalties) for these types of people who think this is a way a loving animal should be treated.
Animals do have feelings and they (in my experience) are very loving and loyal companions who spend a life time giving you love back yet ask so little.
There was a recent story in the news here also of some kids who thought it was funny to duct tape their family dog and drag him behind their vehicle. Of course because they were minors they got off with a warning and no recourse! Another was some kids who put a cat in a microwave! I just don't get the sick world we live in sometimes! :( Go PETA and all my support!!!
Rest in peace Tripp! (and all the hugs , kisses and tummy rubs you can handle in a kinder place)

Practice Compassion!
Sat, Sep 26, 2009
Rest in peace, Tripp. This world is too cruel for innocent beings like yourself. I feel like crying as I am writing this.

Robin
Sat, Sep 26, 2009
Dear Tripp, Your heart was pure and now your soul is free.

Emma
Sat, Sep 26, 2009
Its breaks my heart to hear about Tripp's story. I can never imagine my dog being in the same situation as his. I cried when I read the story especially when I saw the pictures because I have a goldie myself. Tripp...R.I.P.

Maxine and Gus
Sat, Sep 26, 2009
Tripp -
May your story help keep people aware of the cruelty and neglect animals face everyday here in the civilized US!
Thank you PETA for sharing this story - and keep up the hard work.
Love - two wonderful rescue cats in SF - Maxine and Gus.

almac@sowega.net
Sat, Sep 26, 2009
You are in doggie heaven running free in the grass.

Rosa_A
Fri, Sep 25, 2009
Tripp, no one knows the amount of suffering that you went through your whole life. No one knows exactly what you went through living with your so-called 'owners' who showed you no compassion or love. Today your soul is free from the suffering, you feel no more pain anymore and the last days of your life were the best days of your whole intire life. Still suffering goes on in thw world, but at least you dont have to go through anymore pain. Rest in peace Tripp, and watch over your animals friends that continue to suffer to just hang in there a little longer because just like you, they will be taken away from the suffering and live better lives.

Lyns
Fri, Sep 25, 2009
Tripp your story made me want to cry a river, Thank goodness for PETA. Rest in Peace xx

ghazal
Fri, Sep 25, 2009
Tripp, wherever you are I hope you know everyone here is thinking of you, and wish we could have been there to save you. I am sorry you had to suffer and pray you are somewhere safe and warm. we love you

Michelle
Fri, Sep 25, 2009
Rest in peace Tripp, I am sure you are enjoying yourself now, and you deserve it. Your story broke my heart. Thank you for letting him die with dignity.

Tasha
Fri, Sep 25, 2009
What a heartbreaking story. Poor dog. I hope he is at peace now.