|Angel, Tigger, Mi'i and Daffy|
is a semi-retired priest who recently held the post of Vicar at St. Jude Episcopal Church, located here in Ocean View. With his wife Cynthia, a retired music teacher, they continue to be pillars of our community. They are always on the go with various projects and an active life. Due to this constant travel, they chose us to take care of their pets while they are away home. Two cats and two dogs, plus three turtles and some fish; Angel and Tigger are the cats names and Mi'i and Daffy are the dogs. Daffy is a poodle about six years old and he was accustomed to tagging along with Father D. and Cynnie where ever they went.
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On that special day we went to pick up Mi'i from his house at the Deckers and they had his favorite treats and food, bowl, towel, toys and his leash too so he would feel more comfortable in the transition to come. Mi'i didn't get any breakfast that morning since he used to have car-sick tendencies. I chose to sit in the back of the truck and was making sure that Mi'i felt safe and secure with me near. I put my arms around him as his living seatbelt. He was quite comfortable without any signs of car-sickness and settled in for his long car ride.
The Last Day;
Mi'i's BIG journey for a new family
|The loving seatbelt.|
My daughter Susan, who is visiting us from Seattle, WA.
was documenting Mi'is story with a few photos.
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It was raining heavy by the time we got to the Volcano National Park Camp Ground. Mi'i's new family was already waiting for us with their only daughter out of the siblings. She was about Mi'i's age and her little face light up upon seeing her new friend Mi'i. The first meeting was awesome, I knew right away that this new family would give Mi'i what he needed and deserved. The little fluff-ball was a bit shy and didn't wanted to leave our side. They were all excited to meet their new doggie and family member and were thankfully, a friendly, youthfull local couple and their Hawaiian ancestry meant a long history of canine association. We gave them the leash and they took their first few steps with Mi'i. It went great, everybody was happy and excited.
|Volcano National Park, Camp-Grounds.|
Meeting with Mi'i's new family from Hilo
|Meeting with his new family from Hilo|
|Still waiting in the truck|
We are all very thankful to Damien and Corvetta for their kindness and love in taking Mi'i into their home and family.
|Mi'i in his new car |
with his new sister
|Mi'i's first walk with |
his new family