A Sad Farewell

A sad farewell to Happy Jack (Scarra Lad). A wonderful Ambassador for Greyhounds and a much loved member of the team. Our hearts go out to Jacks family. What a wonderful but heart breaking tribute they have written below.

It is with much sadness that I have to tell you all that our beloved happy Jack passed over the rainbow bridge very suddenly. We are heartbroken. While Jack slipped away we made a promise to him that whenever we had space in our house that we would welcome more retired Greyhounds to live with us and to love them like we loved him.
Jack was our first dog and was very special. He was always happy and chilled out. He loved the greyhound walks and always wanted to be at the front! He changed our lives and touched many others with his friendly happy manner. We only had a year with him but what a wonderful year. We miss you Jack so much now run free with your friend Lola. Kirsty, Lee and Ellis ☘️💚☘️💚☘️💚☘️

Bless your heart Jack you were much loved by us all here at Suffolk. What a privilege it was to have known you. Sleep tight sweetheart you will be much missed and never forgotten.

2 thoughts on “A Sad Farewell”

  1. H ello Kirsty Lee and Ellis I am so sorry to hear about Jack I only met you the once at Morrissons but what a lovely family you are I am so sad for you I know what it is like to loose a loving pet chins up and keep thinking what a lovely time he had with you lots of kind thoughts Sonia and Chico xx

    1. Hi Sonja and Chico, thank you so much for your kind words. We have had so many people get in touch to offer sympathy and send their love. It has helped so much at this heartbreaking time. Life is very precious and this has taught us to make the best of the time you have with your loved ones and hounds cause you never know what each day has in store for you. We hope to give you some good news in the next week or so as we keep our promise to Jack to rehome one of his retired friends needing a loving forever home. Take care and hope to see you soon. Love and best wishes Kirsty, Lee and Ellis.

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