Oh no, this is our first post of 2023? We don't know who else is here, but we just thought we'd bring you up to date. We have very sad news. It has been months but the humans are still reluctant to say the words aloud. It still bring so much pain to them. Dear friends, our dearest Emma had crossed the bridge on Feb. 25, 2023. One of the toughest things our humans had to do was let her go. Here are her last photos (we took photos in the ER, but that's for our eyes only). These were taken on the night of the 24th. I had no clue she was going to leave us just hours after these were taken. She was here, and gone in a blink of an eye. Our Buster was quite loss the first few days. I noticed him walking around the house aimlessly, or was he looking for Emma? He had this inquiring look about him. I knew he wanted to know why his sisfur had not come back. Silly you say, but I told him that she had crossed the rainbow bridge and how sad we were for her loss (he'