Bundy is an irreplaceable dog

Posted by Nerilie Watson on 13 April 2013 | 7 Comments


Just wanted to send this to let you know that at 14 years of age our lovely Bundy, a Cattle Dog X who we adopted from Shenton Park refuge many years ago has died.


He was the most wonderful companion and loyal friend, an exceptional, irreplaceable dog who was very loved and who loved us back. He
made anyone who ever met him smile, was a favourite amongst kids and saw us through so many stages in life. Our two kids miss him terribly as do we.

Thank you for the work you do. We are so grateful to have had Bundy for so long.

Have attached a couple of favourite photos - one as a young dog of about 4 years while living in Broome and one a few weeks before he died with our kids.



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  • he is so cute and adorable. It looks like he likes kids and the beach.Haha!!

    Posted by leilah, 11/04/2014 1:43pm (5 years ago)

  • Smile and remember the good life Bundy had as part of your family. I'm sure he had a
    terrific life with you all! You are a lovely
    family for giving him a long and happy life.

    Posted by shan, 19/04/2013 10:51pm (6 years ago)

  • So sorry for the loss of your gorgeous boy Bundy. You really did give him his forever home, full of lots and lots of love.

    Posted by Iris, 16/04/2013 1:13pm (6 years ago)

  • Bundy had a very good and happy life with you.

    Posted by Ali, 15/04/2013 2:36pm (6 years ago)

  • so sorry for your loss. once the pain of losing him reduces i hope the memories you have of him keep you smiling forever. x

    Posted by Nat Spooner, 14/04/2013 11:05pm (6 years ago)

  • Aaww you lovely people for adopting bundy and having him for so many years and giving him a perfect life, animals certainly fulfill our lives.r.i.p. bundy.

    Posted by Dot , 13/04/2013 11:36pm (6 years ago)

  • What a lovely story. Bundy was so lucky you chose him. Maybe in time, another refuge dog will be lucky enough to go home with you.

    Posted by Fiona Maher, 13/04/2013 9:04pm (6 years ago)

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