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We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals.
10-04-2007 1:39 PM -- By: Cindy, Critters.com memorial: Cricket Ann Memorial Cricket was such an amazing girl. I'll never forget the first time I met her as an orphan who was less than a day old. I've never known such a connection as I did with that beautiful tortie girl. We were a team who could read each other in such amazing ways. That's how I knew when it was time for her to leave my sight and wait for me at the Rainbow Bridge. She did not go alone, and I know that God's hand lifted her up. I said a prayer to her sister Tiddy Tat, to meet Cricket at the Bridge and guide her as she explored her new life. I know they're there together as evidenced by the visit I had the night Cricket was pts. I have had a couple of visits from one or both of them and those visits are such a comfort. I think everyone here would agree that it eases the grief somewhat to know our furbabies are whole and well again, even if a bit sad at parting with their moms and dads for a time. I love reading the posts from everyone - I feel so much less alone in my grief. Thank you to all for being there on the good days, the bad days and the inbetween days. Blessings to all. Cindy.
10-03-2007 8:40 PM -- By: Linda, Pet's name: Bailey I enjoyed reading the poem Richard, it made me a little sad because I look back and think maybe I could of spent more time with Bailey, taking him to the park etc...but because of our busy lives we sometimes concentrate on things that are not that important and overlook many things that are. I did hug and kiss him alot though, and I know that he knew how much he was loved. Its been over a month now, and sometimes I still break down. I look at his ashes and still cannot believe it. Sometimes I can still hear him snorting near my bedroom door. God I miss him so much!! They say time heals all wounds, I wonder how true this really is???
10-03-2007 1:28 PM -- By: lisa, Pet's name: samantha-melissa.critters.com Hello,
Comfort and peace to all of you who have lost a precious part of your heart.I lost my little one just over 3 months ago.
My prayers and thoughts are with you as you grieve and remember your furry friends.
Sam was not just a dog,or a pet to me,,she truly was not only just family ,but she was a part of my heart....Even now ,I miss her each day and as life has gone on,,and days have past, the sun rises and sets,and this world revolves as before ,i am still so very sadly affected by the loss of my her....
In the first few months ,,moments ,days i found my self in grief
unspeakable,unable to fuction, unable to stop myself from crying upbursts, lost in the emotions and moments without her,
My prayer is that as the immediate grief and its heart stopping,life changing intensity will soften...That we can all realizeand give thanks for the gifts we have received in the sweet times and friendship we had with our departed angels....
They loved us,,made us braver, sillier, kinder, more compassionate just by there very presence..
Sam..my sweet thing,,I know you rest in peace,, and play with wild abandon,in a meadow, green and sunny,, I take great comfort in knowing you are well and healthy...
You have been for me sunshine ,and joy,,I miss you with a tenderness and care that time will never alter,, no matter how many days pass ,or seasons change...
All of our hearts ,ache and love deeply,those we called our very special and beloved kids in fur...smile..
Please stop by samanthas site and share her life,,and story,,im sure it will make you smile,,, samantha-melissa.critters.com
May god bless and keep you in his peace,,and tender care...Lisa
10-02-2007 9:42 PM -- By: Richard, Critters.com memorial: Dollie Memorial A dear friend sent me this. Some of you may have already read this. I hadn't. I thought it too good not to pass on:
I Am Your Dog...
I am your dog, and I have a little something I'd like to whisper in your ear. I know that you humans lead busy lives. Some have to work, some have children to raise. It always seems like you are running here and running there, often much too fast, often never noticing the truly grand things in life.
Look down at me now, while you sit there at your computer. See the way my dark brown eyes look at yours? They are slightly cloudy now. That comes with age. The gray hairs are beginning to ring my soft muzzle. You smile at me; I see love in your eyes. What do you see in mine? Do you see a spirit? A soul inside, who loves you as no other could in the world? A spirit that would forgive all trespasses of prior wrong doing for just a simple moment of your time?
That is all I ask. To slow down, if even for a few minutes, to be with me. So many times you have been saddened by the words you read on that screen, of others of my kind, passing. Sometimes we die young and oh so quickly, sometimes so suddenly it wrenches your heart out of your throat. Sometimes, we age so slowly before your eyes that you may not even seem to know until the very end, when we look at you with grizzled muzzles and cataract clouded eyes. Still the love is always there, even when we must take that long sleep, to run free in a distant land.
I may not be here tomorrow; I may not be here next week. Someday you will shed the water from your eyes, that humans have when deep grief fills their souls, and you will be angry at yourself that you did not have just "one more day" with me.
Because I love you so, your sorrow touches my spirit and grieves me. We have NOW, together. So come, sit down here next to me on the floor, and look deep into my eyes. What do you see? If you look hard and deep enough we will talk, you and I, heart to heart. Come to me not as "alpha" or as "trainer" or even "Mom or Dad". Come to me as a living soul and stroke my fur and let us look deep into one another's eyes and talk. I may tell you something about the fun of chasing a tennis ball, or I may tell you something profound about myself, or even life in general. You decided to have me in your life because you wanted a soul to share such things with. Someone very different from you, and here I am.
I am a dog, but I am alive. I feel emotion, I feel physical senses, and I can revel in the differences of our spirits and souls. I do not think of you as a "dog on two feet" - I know what you are and who you are. You are human, in all your quirkiness, and I love you still.
Now, come sit with me, on the floor. Enter my world, and let time slow down if only for 15 minutes. Look deep into my eyes, and whisper into my ears. Speak with your heart, with your joy, and I will know your true self. We may not have tomorrow, but we do have today, and life is oh so very short. So please . . . come sit with me now and let us share these precious moments we have together.
Love, on behalf of canines everywhere,
10-02-2007 12:07 PM -- By: Amber, Critters.com memorial: Nvwati Memorial Billie I can relate to you. ALthough I had bilateral mastectomies a year before my Nvwati was born, he did spend his entire life with me as I struggled with AIDS related illnesses. He was always there for me, when I didnt feel like getting out of bed he would insist that I get up and continue living because HE needed me to. I would gladly go through that pain of mastectomies and every day of aids related illness pains to have my baby back with me. I often told him that he had better let me go first because I couldn't bear the pain of losing him. I guess he knew he couldnt bear the loss of me first and so he gently passed away without us knowing he was ill. I miss him so much it feels like my heart will explode! Nvwatis' memorial can be found at www.nvwati.critters.comn
09-29-2007 12:38 AM -- By: Jeannie, Critters.com memorial: Gypsy Rose Memorial Gypsy, I'm feeling so guilty in how I raised you. Someone brought to my attention, that animals act a certain way based on our emotions, and actions. Maybe I shouldn't have "babied" you, maybe I shouldn't have told you no. I hope I didn't make you nervous or stress you out because I worried over you all the time. I just wanted to protect you, I only wanted to make sure, that if there were any medical problems, that I would find them and get you help to make you better, I wanted to make sure medically that I did everything I could to keep you healthy. In doing so, I'm afraid, I didn't enjoy you to the fullest. I hope you forgive me. I feel so guilty, and I cannot get these thoughts out of my mind. I'm being absorbed by these thoughts. I hope you know, I did the best I could to raise you-and if I thought for one minute that I made you feel anything but confident and loved, I am so very sorry. I can't fathom the thought of you feeling that way. I think the world of you my precious baby. I would have done anything for you to make you better and to keep you here with me...I LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU MY BELOVED BOO-BOO.
09-28-2007 11:53 AM -- By: billie, Critters.com memorial: Eli Memorial I was jsut reading Brenda Turners's message and it sounds so much like me. Eli, my baby for 13 years died last Dec.4 2007. I was diagnosed with breast cancer in Oct 2007, had surgery in Nov, went through 3 months of chemothapy and 36 radiation treatments, slept on my couch for three months and lost all of my hair but none of this compared to the pain of losing Eli.I wondered why God took Eli when I so needed him but I don't know.I started looking at little rescues in June but couldn't get myself to get one but I kept going back and checking them on the internet.Last week I adopted another little dachshund and gave him a forever home.He has a crippled back leg and he is 8 years old so most people don't want to take on this responsibility but he needed love like I needed it. This little guy does not replace my Eli but he was adopted in Eli's memory. Perhaps you should consider that after a while. I still cry for Eli and nothing will ever take his place but I do know I will see him in Heaven someday.
09-28-2007 4:36 AM -- By: BRENDA TURNER, Critters.com memorial: BUSTER Memorial Good morning my little busterbaby,
Its that horrible day again friday, the day we let you go five weeks today, and all our friends keep telling me the pain will get better with time ,i wish it would but it does not feel like that the pain is ripping me apart, im missing you so much i feel as if my hearts been ripped apart, you where my life my sole mate,
I would gladly keep all this pain if i know you where free of it know, and running around again like a young Buster, All your four legged play mates miss you, i watch them playing over the golf course where you all use to meet up at Walkie times and i have a little smile and look up at you and wink, and i know you see me because i feel a warm feeling go
through me, Buster i miss you so much, and no one will ever replace you, you will always be in our heart for ever, God bless you and take care of you, mommy and daddy x x
09-28-2007 12:37 AM -- By: Jeannie, Critters.com memorial: Gypsy Rose Memorial It has been 4 weeks since we had to let you go. I am so sad. I miss you terribly. Does it get better? I want you to know that you are the most precious thing in my life, I wish things could have been different, and you were still here with me, I would have done things better. I wish I could have spent more time with you, just hanging out and loving each other. I hope you know, I tried to raise you the best way I knew how. I didn't mean to make my stresses part of your life. I hope I didn't cause you any heartache because of my "quirks". I love you no matter what and I know that you gave me unconditinal love through all the years. I love you more than anything in this world, I know you wouldn't want me to be so sad, but I don't know how to get past this unbearable pain. The holidays are going to be awful without you to open your presents-how will I ever cope without your beautiful self, without your wonderful smell, without your beautiful kisses. Please remember me, and come see me in my dreams....I'm still waiting. I MISS YOU. I LOVE YOU MY PRECIOUS GYPSY ROSE. Love Mommy.
09-27-2007 11:42 PM -- By: katie, Pet's name: maddie In april we lost our beautiful chocolate lab to the pet food poisoning. we hear nothing anymore. is anyone in this situation? we don't want anything for ourselves, but wonder if the pet food companies could make some significant donations to our local animal shelters on behalf of all the animals who suffered???
09-27-2007 8:31 PM -- By: Jeanne, Critters.com memorial: Holly Memorial I'm also not looking forward to the Holidays without Holly. They were always about her. I know when I start decorating I'll find her paw stocking with her name on it. I'm already teary eyed thinking about it. She use to open her own gifts. It was the best!
Mommy loves you Holly!!!!!!!!
09-26-2007 12:42 AM -- By: Jeannie, Critters.com memorial: Gypsy Rose Memorial Gypsy Rose-I'm having such a hard time this week. I miss you so much, I haven't seen you in my dreams-I'm waiting for a sign so I know you are okay. I really wish I could hold you one more time, smell you one more time. I don't know how I'm going to make it without you. I wish I could meet you on the Rainbow Bridge so I can see you and be with you forever. Sometimes, I can't even visit your memorial, the pain is so umbearable. I saw a beautiful dalmatian at the humane society named Ranger-he is handsome, i want to bring him home. I don't know if I'm ready for another, but I don't want to go through the holidays without a companion at my side. The holidays were always about you. I'm so lonely without you by my side. I MISS YOU, AND LOVE YOU my beautiful "bubbas". Love mommy.
09-25-2007 10:06 PM -- By: AunteeMz, Critters.com memorial: Cinderella and ToTo Memorial Thinking of all of you and you are in my thoughts and prayers. My two girls passed after 20 years. I have been so thankful for those of you that reached out in my darkest days. Know that there is a special place for you. Doing better. I asked if I would ever be able to get beyond the raw feelings and deep wound of loss. There is not a day that goes by that My Girls are not with me. But its no longer just about their death. My tomorrows include their memories and the times we had together. I bring them along with me now.
Oh Sweethearts - the unconditional love you have given me makes me a much more generous human being. Thank you for the love and the lessons. For those with recent losses, I ache for your pain, know you will be able to breath again. For the longest time I thought I couldn't. k
09-25-2007 9:19 PM -- By: gladys, Critters.com memorial: Kasper Memorial Kasper was my first dog (Bichon Frise) he was with us for 13 years, he was by my side for the best times in my life, he loved my 2 daughters so much, and they do not know life without him, we got Kasper 1 year before our oldest daughter was born. I miss him so very much, everything about him, he used to sleep right next to me every night since we got him, I miss him so very much.
09-25-2007 9:03 PM -- By: BRENDA TURNER, Critters.com memorial: BUSTER Memorial Helo my busterbaby,
Its tue's night and iv just popped to look at you even though it will ripe my heart apart before i go to bed, i just want to tell you how much i love and miss you,
And gizzy mommy as had a portrate done of you its so beautiful, its a Andy Warhol canvas, it the same picture of you done four times, but each one with diffrent colour fur, its funny in the nices way,and you look lovely, and it is hanging with pride on the bedroom wall faceing the bed, so when im lying in bed at night i blow you a kiss each night, i know you catch them,
Oh buster while you are up there will you keep a look out for another little boy called tobey who as had a bad time down here and hurt really badly by some youths and he's had to leave the love of his family, so when you do see him give him lots of hugs, like im sending you know,
I know i will never get over lossing you, i just pray you are out of pain know and running again like a puppy, you are in our hearts for ever, so good night sweetheart, x x mommy and daddy
09-25-2007 5:47 PM -- By: Richard, Critters.com memorial: Dollie Memorial I thought that some of you might be interested in this:
Here is Tobey's Rainbow Bridge site. Tobey was a 5-month old Pomeranian mix puppy, who was brutally and fatally tortured by three juvenile teens in Texas.
Have A Blessed Day And Visit dollie.critters.com ;)
09-25-2007 7:37 AM -- By: Jan, Pet's name: Mac My dear sweet boxer of 13 years passed 11 weeks ago today. I miss him so much. I can barely go on with my life. I miss him every minute of the day. I hope he is waiting at the bridge for me. I want to hold him and tell him how much I love him.
My poor baby
I love you
09-24-2007 9:58 PM -- By: Melissa, Critters.com memorial: Nicky Memorial Sorry to everyone that has lost a friend. I cant live without mine :'(
09-24-2007 12:00 AM -- By: , Pet's name: There is an almost generic quality to grief. I try not to judge it. Spouse/parent/pet. The heart has no hierarchy. It feels what it feels - knows what it knows. The loss of a loved one and/or family member si the same.
09-23-2007 10:03 PM -- By: Tracie, Critters.com memorial: Lil Joe Memorial My Lil Joey, how I miss you so much to this day. Your Daddy and I are building a shop and I can't stop thinking how you would have enjoyed being out there with us, unlike your siblings all they want to do is be in the house, but I still Love them just the same. I just miss my little huckleberry following me everywhere I go, I miss your beautiful face looking up at me, with those pretty eyes, and your soft fur to snuggle up to. I miss you sweetie, I will be looking for your Star tonight. Love you Always.. XOXOXOXOXO Mommy
09-21-2007 1:10 PM -- By: daisy's mommy, Critters.com memorial: daisy Memorial oh my sweet girl.. boy do i miss you so.. i cant believe that tommorrow will be two months since i had to let you go with god.. i miss you so so much.. i would do anything just to hold you again..your are so beautiful daisy.. i still cry every day.. if only there was someone or something to bring you back i would.. i miss and love you so so much.. i love you girl.. xoxoxox
09-21-2007 4:43 AM -- By: buster mommy, Critters.com memorial: BUSTER Memorial Good morning my little Busterbaby,
It's been 5 weeks today since we let you go and looking through all your things we have kept, i found a monologue, that was specially for you so, im sending that to you today to let you know how much we loved you and miss you,
TO MY DOG,
You are one in a million,And special to me;
Affectionate, loyal such good company,
You're there when i'm lonely, and life seems a bore,
You cheer me and offer a comforting paw.
The look in your eyes say you understand
As you thrust a bewhiskered wet nose in my hand,
You never desert me wherever i go,
Your a far better friend than some people i kmow,
To thank you, I give you
This short monoloque,
My faithful devoted companion
I just wish i could be holding you and reading this to you, in stead of writing this down for you,
I will be thinking of you all day today specially around 3 PM, special when we sayed good bye for the very last time,
Buster i miss you so much, and we will never ever forget you \WHO COULD/,
Always in our hearts forever mommy and daddy x x x
09-21-2007 12:47 AM -- By: Joanne, Critters.com memorial: Nikita Memorial Kita, I need you to watch over your brother, Clyde here on earth. His eyesight is getting worse and he took a wrong turn and fell down the stairs to the basement last night. Luckily he was not injured but I worry about him constantly. I'm probably going to have to buy a baby gate to prevent another fall downstairs but he's getting even worse, bumping into things and has almost gotten stepped on because he walks right into people. I baby him as much as possible as I know that any day could be the last day, the kids have even started coddling him because I constantly remind them that we may not have him much longer. Much to his dislike, I made plaster paw prints and have taken photos of him on his good days, Alyssa has even video taped him just sitting on the couch for almost an hour. This summer he got to go on vacation with us because I was afraid to leave him alone since you weren't there to keep him company. Despite the 17 hour drive, he seemed to enjoy it and loved going on pontoon boat rides...even walking off the dock into the lake didn't seem too awful even though he hates the water, you would've jumped in and swam across the lake like you did at the Bottomless Lake in NM. I'm sad to think his days are getting closer but I feel at peace knowing you are watching over us and will guide me to make the right decision when the time is necessary and you'll be waiting to greet him when that time comes. I know he misses you as do we all but his deep sighs are getting longer and come more often and though you didn't seem as close as when you were younger, he depended on you for your sight, your security and just a sniff to know you were there. Please continue to be there for him if not in body but in spirit to make his last time here on earth as peaceful as possible. We still love and miss you.
09-20-2007 9:37 PM -- By: Jeanne, Critters.com memorial: Holly Memorial Tomorrow makes 2 long months without my Holly. I miss her sooooo much! God Bless everyone on here that lost there babies!
09-20-2007 4:14 AM -- By: buster mommy, Critters.com memorial: BUSTER Memorial Another day my little boy,another day with out you, and it still gets no better,
i added to your memorial yesterday so other people could read what a great boy you where,and as i was doing it i felt proud that you were ours and gave us 13 years of pure happiness and love, and i thank you from the bottom of my heart for that, even to wards the end you never gave up tring,And reading Gypsy Rose's story its so close to yours, so i have to stop been selfish and realise other mommy's and daddy's are going through the same pain, and just to let you know my little boy iv put down all your little habits and all the lovely things you meant to us and always will, so please lord while he's in your special care look after him, he was special to us and always will be, x x
09-19-2007 2:10 AM -- By: Jeannie, Critters.com memorial: Gypsy Rose Memorial We lost Gypsy Rose on 8/30/07 to pulmonary edema and heart problems. Our Gypsy was a beautiful dalmation with many health problems. She was in the vet at least every month if not more often. She loved the staff at Companion Pet Clinic. I became the most obsessive parent. Always checking you for lumps and bumps, making sure your health was good. With all your medical problems, I didn't want to miss something. I wanted you to be well all the time, so you could be at my side always. Some how I failed with the medical checks. How could I not see something was wrong, until it was too late? I seems things had been going downhill for over 6 months. I thought you were getting older and changing. You still played, and ate well. But you were slowing down. Then, you didn't want to be chased to bed at night. Then, you didn't get up as early in the morning to ask daddy for your breakfast, your breathing at night became harder. But, you still ate well, and played although less frequently. I knew your heart had problems, but the murmur was under control. Your panting increased during the summer, I thought it was because it was hot, I even asked the emergency vet if this was normal. Then we went on vacation to your most favorite place-Lapine. You just didn't seem like yourself, now not eating as well, but you sure loved your "people" food. Your arthritis was acting up and had more struggle to get up and do things. I should have known, I should have watched you more closely, I should have seen the signs-maybe in my heart, I knew. I would have tried harder to get the medicines you needed to help with your breathing. Your heart murmur became worse and in the last 4 days before we had to let you go, was a blur to keep you comfortable, I thought "this is too fast, and I'm not ready for you to leave me". I knew this day would come, I was hoping for something unrealistic like 10 more years or forever. I had an overwhelming feeling on our vacation that something was going to happen to me-but it was actually you that was dying. I feel so guilty about not helping you sooner. I wish I could have had more time and quality of time with you. I spent so much time worrying about you and not finding time to enjoy you to the fullest-for that I am soooo sorry. The last day was the hardest, I knew we made the right choice, as I could not see you suffer with your breathing any longer-I wish I could have made things better for you, so we could have more time together. How I miss your touch, your smell, your beautiful eyes, your drool, your comfort, your breathing, your unconditional love. I miss the way you jumped on the bed like a rabbit, how you ran down the hall like a horse. I miss the "biscuit game". I miss your noises, your "back talk". I miss how you took momies side of the bed at night, I miss how you came out at night to see when I could come to bed. I miss how you ran around the house, after going for car rides. I miss the car rides, and your head hanging out the window, with ears flapping in the wind. I miss your beautiful ears, the pinkness of your belly when you were happy. I miss the black spot on your front paw and your "blue-eye". I miss your olive nose, your dimples in "back". I miss your special walk, your food begging, the sound of the back door opening, the sound of the food in your dish, the sound of your leash, the sound of your dreams, your groaning. I miss you getting excited when daddy came home. I miss you greeting me at the door. I miss you digging in the bark dust, I miss you playing in the snow. I miss you laying on the couch, by the fireplace and your warmth. I MISS YOU SO. I LOVE YOU, my precious "bubbas", "boo-boo" I LOVE YOU GYPSY ROSE. Please visit me in my dreams, and let me know you are okay, so I can have peace in my heart. I know you are in a better place, but I want that place to be with me. I am having a very hard time, with you not being here, I don't know what to do anymore. I LOVE YOU, my most beautiful baby girl, I will meet you on the rainbow bridge with Pandy and Brandy. Love mommy.
09-18-2007 5:39 PM -- By: Linda, Critters.com memorial: Bailey Memorial Just want to share a dream I had on Saturday night. I was having kind of a rough day and cried to my boyfriend about missing my dog. That night I dreamt that my daughters, boyfriend and ex-husband went up to a town in Massachusetts. On one side of the road there were Halloween items (perhaps gift shops) and lots of people walking around, in the middle there was a very large field with trees and the other side of the field were many beautiful houses. It was a gorgeous day out and the sun was shining, all of a sudden across the field toward the houses I see an enormous rainbow, the clouds part and the rainbow gets brighter, that is the colors get very intense, I looked at it and my eyes got all teary and a big smile came across my face, at this time I hear a girls voice in back of me say "Look, its Rainbow Bridge!!" and then I woke up. I felt very comforted after waking up that morning, maybe it was God telling me that my Bailey was ok. Hopes this comforts someone as it did me.
09-17-2007 11:22 PM -- By: Carole Turner, Critters.com memorial: Ebony Turner Memorial This is my life...my passion for God's special gifts. I dedicate my life and promise to love all the animals I can. The woman who wrote this, Annette King-Tucker, is to be honored. Carole
I AM AN ANIMAL RESCUER
I Am an Animal Rescuer.
My job is to assist God's creatures.
I was born with the need to fulfill their needs.
I take in new family members without plan, thought, or selection.
I have bought dog food with my last dime.
I have patted a mangy head with a bare hand.
I have hugged someone vicious and afraid.
I have fallen in love a thousand times,
and I have cried into the fur of a lifeless body.
I have Animal Friends and friends who have animal friends.
I don't often use the word "pet".
I notice those lost at the road side,
and my heart aches
I will hand raise a field mouse,
and make friends with a vulture.
I know of no creature unworthy of my time.
I want to live forever if there aren't animals in Heaven,
...but I believe there are
Why would God make something so perfect and leave it behind,
We may be master of the animals,
...but the animals have mastered themselves,
Something people still haven't learned.
War and abuse makes me hurt for the world,
but a rescue that makes the news gives me hope for mankind,
We are a quiet but determined army,
and making a difference ever day is my journey.
There is nothing more necessary than warming an orphan,
nothing more rewarding than saving a life.
No higher recognition than watching them thrive,
There is no greater joy than seeing a baby play,
who only days ago, was too weak to eat
I am an Animal Rescuer,
My work is never done,
My home is never quiet,
My wallet is always empty,
But my heart is always full,
In the game of life, we have already won
~ Written from the heart by:
Wild Heart Ranch Wildlife Rescue
09-17-2007 11:13 PM -- By: Carole Turner, Critters.com memorial: Ebony Turner Memorial Ebony, I miss you more than I could ever say. Every day without you is is not one day further away...it is one day closer to you. All your brothers and sisters are doing fine. We miss you honey.
I just had to share this with everyone at Critters because this is exactly what my life has been, and I will continue to be like until the day my life is over. This is my passion for God's special gifts.
09-15-2007 10:36 AM -- By: brenda turner, Critters.com memorial: BUSTER Memorial Hi my little busterbaby,
We will be going home to day to our very empty house,which im not looking forward to,but so many people on this forum are feeling the way i am and have help me so much,i shall miss you not running down the stairs to jump all over us so pleased to see us, then give us a hard time for the rest of the day, which used to be so funny you would them sulk just to let us now we had been away and made us feel so guity even thoe you,d had a wale of a time with our friends moving in to look after you and got your own way with every thing, you where so funny and everybody loved you, and they how much they are mising you you were our little attitude dog, and we loved it, you brought us so much happiness and love and i will never forget you for that, no one could ever replace you,and i know you are looking down on us and smileing, and letting us know you are free of pain know and happy, love and miss you for are in our hearts for ever,
And to all the other people who have loved ones i wish you love and hugs to get you through this x and a special hug for Dollies daddy who i can read is suffering so bad i just pray it will get better for you x x
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