RIP Pixie - 11/26/05 to 02/26/08

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RIP Pixie - 11/26/05 to 02/26/08

Post by B. Robert » Thu, 28 Feb 2008 07:16:45



Our sweet tiny little Pixie left us this morning after being held in Judy's
warm hands over 3 hours since 3am this morning.

She came to us with her sister Holly, being saved from being turned into
snake food.

Pixie was much much smaller than her sister, barely larger than 2
mini-marshmallows put together.

Over time she grew up and eventually outgrew her sister a little bit.  She
always had a good appetite and loved to get treats.

If you put your hand in her tank, she wouldnt try to bite, instead she'd
rear up on her back legs and use her front two paws to bat at your hand
until you went away or she fell over from thrashing at the air so much.  She
wasn't one to like being held too much, though once you had her out she
wasnt bad at all.

She was quite the character, always peeking out to see what we were doing,
and seeing if whatever she could smell might be a treat she could have.

We had her tank on our coffee table, so she enjoyed being a nightly part of
our lives.  When we'd sit and watch TV, she was right there, looking to get
our attention, and listening when we'd talk to her.  She was such a bright,
lively little girl, and now her spot sits empty, and the table looks so bare
without her there looking back at us now.  No longer will we be able to sit
and eat our dinner while she'd eat her tofu and share some time together.

Now she's with her sister and the dozens of other small souls who've
enriched our lives with their presence.

Rest in peace my tiny girl, you were so small in size, and yet so large in
life, we will never forget you.

Pictures can be found here.....

http://pets.webshots.com/album/533598004VrFKou

Or at the main link for all pictures if that one doesn't work...

http://community.webshots.com/user/limahl

Brian & Judy & The Hamster Horde (missing Pixie)

 
 
 

RIP Pixie - 11/26/05 to 02/26/08

Post by Stephe » Fri, 29 Feb 2008 00:05:10


I am so sorry to hear about Pixie.
I also had trouble thinking about what I was going to post about Princie.
Thank you for your words about my Princie by the way. I love the thought
of them running around in green fields full of treats right now looking
down on us.

I love what you wrote about Pixie. Sometimes words cannot explain our
love for our dear ones.

Sincerely,
Stephen and Pris

Quote:

> Our sweet tiny little Pixie left us this morning after being held in Judy's
> warm hands over 3 hours since 3am this morning.

> She came to us with her sister Holly, being saved from being turned into
> snake food.

Pixie was much much smaller than her sister, barely larger than 2
Quote:
> mini-marshmallows put together.

> Over time she grew up and eventually outgrew her sister a little bit.  She
> always had a good appetite and loved to get treats.

> If you put your hand in her tank, she wouldnt try to bite, instead she'd
> rear up on her back legs and use her front two paws to bat at your hand
> until you went away or she fell over from thrashing at the air so much.  She
> wasn't one to like being held too much, though once you had her out she
> wasnt bad at all.

> She was quite the character, always peeking out to see what we were doing,
> and seeing if whatever she could smell might be a treat she could have.

> We had her tank on our coffee table, so she enjoyed being a nightly part of
> our lives.  When we'd sit and watch TV, she was right there, looking to get
> our attention, and listening when we'd talk to her.  She was such a bright,
> lively little girl, and now her spot sits empty, and the table looks so bare
> without her there looking back at us now.  No longer will we be able to sit
> and eat our dinner while she'd eat her tofu and share some time together.

> Now she's with her sister and the dozens of other small souls who've
> enriched our lives with their presence.

> Rest in peace my tiny girl, you were so small in size, and yet so large in
> life, we will never forget you.

> Pictures can be found here.....

> http://pets.webshots.com/album/533598004VrFKou

> Or at the main link for all pictures if that one doesn't work...

> http://community.webshots.com/user/limahl

> Brian & Judy & The Hamster Horde (missing Pixie)

 
 
 

RIP Pixie - 11/26/05 to 02/26/08

Post by HammyLuver via PetKB.co » Mon, 03 Mar 2008 03:37:08


OMG I can't believe you lost the other one to! Well, just be glad you saved
them from being snake food. And I'm sure right now, little Pixie is playing
around with her sister. Once again, I'm so incredibly sorry.

Quote:

>Our sweet tiny little Pixie left us this morning after being held in Judy's
>warm hands over 3 hours since 3am this morning.

>She came to us with her sister Holly, being saved from being turned into
>snake food.

>Pixie was much much smaller than her sister, barely larger than 2
>mini-marshmallows put together.

>Over time she grew up and eventually outgrew her sister a little bit.  She
>always had a good appetite and loved to get treats.

>If you put your hand in her tank, she wouldnt try to bite, instead she'd
>rear up on her back legs and use her front two paws to bat at your hand
>until you went away or she fell over from thrashing at the air so much.  She
>wasn't one to like being held too much, though once you had her out she
>wasnt bad at all.

>She was quite the character, always peeking out to see what we were doing,
>and seeing if whatever she could smell might be a treat she could have.

>We had her tank on our coffee table, so she enjoyed being a nightly part of
>our lives.  When we'd sit and watch TV, she was right there, looking to get
>our attention, and listening when we'd talk to her.  She was such a bright,
>lively little girl, and now her spot sits empty, and the table looks so bare
>without her there looking back at us now.  No longer will we be able to sit
>and eat our dinner while she'd eat her tofu and share some time together.

>Now she's with her sister and the dozens of other small souls who've
>enriched our lives with their presence.

>Rest in peace my tiny girl, you were so small in size, and yet so large in
>life, we will never forget you.

>Pictures can be found here.....

>http://pets.webshots.com/album/533598004VrFKou

>Or at the main link for all pictures if that one doesn't work...

>http://community.webshots.com/user/limahl

>Brian & Judy & The Hamster Horde (missing Pixie)

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RIP Pixie - 11/26/05 to 02/26/08

Post by Piema » Fri, 11 Apr 2008 02:38:40


I'm so sorry I didn't know of your loss sooner.
May your sweet memories of Pixie last forever.


Quote:
> Our sweet tiny little Pixie left us this morning after being held in
> Judy's warm hands over 3 hours since 3am this morning.

> She came to us with her sister Holly, being saved from being turned into
> snake food.

> Pixie was much much smaller than her sister, barely larger than 2
> mini-marshmallows put together.

> Over time she grew up and eventually outgrew her sister a little bit.  She
> always had a good appetite and loved to get treats.

> If you put your hand in her tank, she wouldnt try to bite, instead she'd
> rear up on her back legs and use her front two paws to bat at your hand
> until you went away or she fell over from thrashing at the air so much.
> She wasn't one to like being held too much, though once you had her out
> she wasnt bad at all.

> She was quite the character, always peeking out to see what we were doing,
> and seeing if whatever she could smell might be a treat she could have.

> We had her tank on our coffee table, so she enjoyed being a nightly part
> of our lives.  When we'd sit and watch TV, she was right there, looking to
> get our attention, and listening when we'd talk to her.  She was such a
> bright, lively little girl, and now her spot sits empty, and the table
> looks so bare without her there looking back at us now.  No longer will we
> be able to sit and eat our dinner while she'd eat her tofu and share some
> time together.

> Now she's with her sister and the dozens of other small souls who've
> enriched our lives with their presence.

> Rest in peace my tiny girl, you were so small in size, and yet so large in
> life, we will never forget you.

> Pictures can be found here.....

> http://pets.webshots.com/album/533598004VrFKou

> Or at the main link for all pictures if that one doesn't work...

> http://community.webshots.com/user/limahl

> Brian & Judy & The Hamster Horde (missing Pixie)