Gigi Girl Wiggins
January 1, 1753
Gigi You came into my life when I most needed you. Never dreaming that I would fall in love with you as I did, but Jesus saw fit to have you touch my heart and soul. Little did I know you would become my heart and soul and reason for living. You were there to kiss away my tears, you gave hope when I had negative thoughts, you gave me reason to get up in the morning, and together we had incredible adventures all over the world. You touched so many lives everywhere you went with your big beautiful eyes and those wonderful kisses, you made people that didn’t care for dogs, love you. You NEVER ever let me go anywhere without you and when I had no other choice but to leave you; you would let me know, but always forgetting the hurt of a good bye and happy to see me when I came home. You were a joy to have a round; I never thought of you as just a dog, “My Gigi Girl” is what you were. At the Vets office, I held you in my arms and prayed for a miracle, you were not supposed to leave me yet, we were supposed to grow old together. I hope you left this world knowing how very much you were loved and needed. Letting you go was the hardest thing I have done in my life. Now you are in heaven and I know you are touching the lives of all who didn’t meet you on earth. “Gigi Girl”, I will miss you until the day we see each other again in heaven. Keep all the angels and loved ones entertained up there. I love you “Gigi Girl”
All Paws Great and Small Crematory
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX