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photoblog image Felbrigg House - Inside - (Part 2) 1/7

Felbrigg House - Inside - (Part 2) 1/7

To finish off looking at the inside of Felbrigg Hall I'm starting with three photos of two of the bedrooms. This one has rather a splendid bed complete with a sofa and easy chairs.

 

R.I.P Walrus

 

photoblog image Walrus.jpg

 

 

Early last autumn our Caroline brought this lovely little dog home from a Dog Rescue Centre belonging to a friend of hers she visited in Bulgaria. Sadly early this year it was discovered that Walrus (don't ask) had a Tumour on her Liver that was inoperable. Finally Caroline and her husband had to make the awful decision to have her put to sleep last Thursday. We are all so sad because she was a lovely dog with a beautiful nature, we had her to stay twice in the time she has been here and we are not really dog lovers, she will be missed by us all, but most of all Caroline and Kev. 

 

Felbrigg House - Inside - (Part 2) 1/7

To finish off looking at the inside of Felbrigg Hall I'm starting with three photos of two of the bedrooms. This one has rather a splendid bed complete with a sofa and easy chairs.

 

R.I.P Walrus

 

photoblog image Walrus.jpg

 

 

Early last autumn our Caroline brought this lovely little dog home from a Dog Rescue Centre belonging to a friend of hers she visited in Bulgaria. Sadly early this year it was discovered that Walrus (don't ask) had a Tumour on her Liver that was inoperable. Finally Caroline and her husband had to make the awful decision to have her put to sleep last Thursday. We are all so sad because she was a lovely dog with a beautiful nature, we had her to stay twice in the time she has been here and we are not really dog lovers, she will be missed by us all, but most of all Caroline and Kev. 

 

comments (15)

What a grand bedroom. R.I.P. Walrus , she looked a good girl. Losing animals is so sad.
Brian Walbey: A bedroom complete with three piece suite. She was a lovely dog and her last few months with our daughter were probably the best of her life, it is thought that she was used a breeding dog before the rescue centre took her in.
Quelle tristesse pour le chien.
Brian Walbey: She was a lovely dog and her last few months with our daughter were probably the best of her life, it is thought that she was used a breeding dog before the rescue centre took her in.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 23 Mar 2020, 01:58
Pets enrich our lives, so it is a wrench when they die, Brian.
Brian Walbey: She was a lovely dog and her last few months with our daughter were probably the best of her life, it is thought that she was used as a breeding dog before the rescue centre took her in.
  • Bonnie
  • United States
  • 23 Mar 2020, 02:04
So sorry about the pet...esp now with all the other sorrows going on. Your image at the has a great POV. It's always hard for me to get everything in when I try a shot like that. Beautiful.
Brian Walbey: She was a lovely dog and her last few months with our daughter were probably the best of her life, it is thought that she was used as a breeding dog before the rescue centre took her in. I had my 28mm.lens on and still only just managed to get this much in.
Isn't that lovely! I learned recently that the canopy on these beds were to keep bugs and other vermin from falling out of the roof onto the bed... smile

I'm so sorry about Walrus... what a sweet looking do!
Brian Walbey: I've read that also Elizabeth. She was a lovely dog and her last few months with our daughter were probably the best of her life, it is thought that she was used as a breeding dog before the rescue centre took her in.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 23 Mar 2020, 06:35
They are all matching

Oh dear, poor doggy. I'm sure she was given a good life..
Brian Walbey: She was a lovely dog and her last few months with our daughter were probably the best of her life, it is thought that she was used as a breeding dog before the rescue centre took her in.
First of all, Brian, I'm not sure I've ever seen a sofa like this at the foot of a bed! I can just imagine all the possible scenarios. HA!

Secondly, condolences to you and yours as your grieve the loss of this beautiful dog!
Brian Walbey: The bedrooms all had a three piece suite as well as the bed, how the other half lives. She was a lovely dog and her last few months with our daughter were probably the best of her life, it is thought that she was used as a breeding dog before the rescue centre took her in.
That is very sad Brian but at least he had a loving home for the short time he was with them
Brian Walbey: She was a lovely dog and her last few months with our daughter were probably the best of her life, it is thought that she was used as a breeding dog before the rescue centre took her in.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 23 Mar 2020, 08:40
They certainly believed in comfort, Brian. That's a sad story about Walrus
Brian Walbey: The bedrooms all had a three piece suite as well as the bed, how the other half lives. She was a lovely dog and her last few months with our daughter were probably the best of her life, it is thought that she was used as a breeding dog before the rescue centre took her in.
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 23 Mar 2020, 08:45
It’s always sad when a pet dies Brian.
Brian Walbey: She was a lovely dog and her last few months with our daughter were probably the best of her life, it is thought that she was used as a breeding dog before the rescue centre took her in.
A very sad time for your daughter and husband. RIP Walrus.
Brian Walbey: She was a lovely dog and her last few months with our daughter were probably the best of her life, it is thought that she was used as a breeding dog before the rescue centre took her in.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 23 Mar 2020, 13:12
I love what you did with the bedroom, Brian wink...
My heart goes out to you all. He will be missed badly. A dog is part of the family.
Brian Walbey: I wish we had a big bedroom like this, with a more comfortable bed of course. She was a lovely dog and her last few months with our daughter were probably the best of her life, it is thought that she was used as a breeding dog before the rescue centre took her in.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 23 Mar 2020, 17:56
It's a fine looking bed but a devil's own job to make each day and to change the bedding. Still perhaps one had staff for this.

Sorry to hear about Walrus. Like you, I'm not a dog lover but I know that they quickly become part of the family and provide a loyal companion, even more important in light of the present situation.
Brian Walbey: Indeed they would have had chambermaids to do the beds I guess. She was a lovely dog and her last few months with our daughter were probably the best of her life, it is thought that she was used as a breeding dog before the rescue centre took her in.
it's a beautiful four poster bed with curved canopy Brian...

my sympathy goes out to Caroline and Kev over the loss of their best friend Walrus
....petersad
Brian Walbey: It is a nice looking bed but they must have been short people in those days, they are never very long. She was a lovely dog and her last few months with our daughter were probably the best of her life, it is thought that she was used as a breeding dog before the rescue centre took her in.
Lovely room - shame about the dog, she deserved better.
Brian Walbey: She was a lovely dog and her last few months with our daughter were probably the best of her life, it is thought that she was used as a breeding dog before the rescue centre took her in.

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