When we adopted sweet Sunday on 10/23/07, he was so tiny we could hold him in our hands. He always was a handsome boy with expressive eyebrows and a majestic wisdom in his gaze, as if he had seen so much yet still remained optimistic. Kevin was Sunday’s person. He was Kevin’s best friend and loved spending time with him. As a puppy, Kevin took Sunday camping. It rained so much they had to cuddle together for warmth. Sunday was the best at cuddling. Sunday loved our other dog Selkies. They were instantly inseparable. When we called,” Puppies”, they would both come. Sunday helped teach Selkies to trust and how to play with toys. Selkies only knew survival .She followed him everywhere. They would sit outside on their hill watching nature. When young, Sunday showed us his unique ability to climb trees. He didn’t always know how to get down. He loved chasing soccer balls, catching and returning Frisbees and balls, and running around the yard at high speed playing tag with Selkies. Often you could see brown Sunday and black Selkies holding the same stick or rope as they ran with glee around the yard. Giving everyone kisses was Sunday’s favorite. Sunday’s eyes would get huge when he saw or heard the word broccoli. It was another favorite for some reason. When he heard his leash jingle, he would come running. He would excitedly sit and wait for his turn for it to be attached to his collar. Selkies had to be first. They both loved walks and rides. When Selkies’ cancer spread and we made the devastating choice to euthanize her 4 months ago, Sunday went into mourning. When we heard Sunday had another tumor, we knew we couldn’t let him suffer. We made the heart breaking choice to have him euthanized on 2/18/20. We will forever miss his kisses, hearing the sound of his distinctive yawns, hearing the clicking of his nails as he followed us everywhere, watching Sunday and Selkies run through the yard, going on rides, the subtle movement of his eyebrows, spending time with him, being greeted by him, seeing Mekon our cat cuddle with him. Not a day will go by that we won’t miss you. We love you our handsome boy. You were one of a kind, very special, and always loved. We will see you again Big Buddy, we know it.