The Rainbow Bridge

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Queen K
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Re: The Rainbow Bridge

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Thank you everyone, the house seems so empty. We have two black cats, Ember and Mozart, both adopted for different reasons but Willow was adopted out of the Penticton SPCA 10 years ago. We were so lucky to have had her for 10 years. I say the house seems so empty because she was the engine of all the troublemaking, demands, and stuff. Her fluffy tail like a flag wending through the house. I miss her so much.
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My condolences QK on your loss of a Family member.
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Condolences Queen….know all to well what losing a fur baby is like
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You won't need a lift to the couch, or up the stairs anymore.
Goofy cat.
Shedding a few tears today.

There is a spot cleared on the lowest shelf picked just for you.

It's your home.
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dirtybiker wrote: Nov 27th, 2021, 10:44 am You won't need a lift to the couch, or up the stairs anymore.
Goofy cat.
Shedding a few tears today.

There is a spot cleared on the lowest shelf picked just for you.

It's your home.
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dirtybiker wrote: Nov 27th, 2021, 10:44 am You won't need a lift to the couch, or up the stairs anymore.
Goofy cat.
Shedding a few tears today.

There is a spot cleared on the lowest shelf picked just for you.

It's your home.
So sorry, dirtybiker.
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aww hugs to you Dirtybiker
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You did all you could to keep kitty happy and loved. :cry:
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I would like to pass on my condolences that lost their fur babies. It's a loss that's never forgotten and I can still hear the click click of past pup's toenails on the floors every once in a while. Sorry dirtybiker and Queen K on the loss of your beloved cats.
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Aww thanks.

And Dirtybiker, my condolences for you loss, I feel your pain, our furbabies are so special to us. That Rainbow Bridge is getting fuller around here. :cry:
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I just saw this thread for the first time and it was as hard to read as I would have thought it would be given my love for my own past friends.

I have said to others that adopting a pet is a recipe for future gut wrenching pain and while that may be so, the journey with them is so worth it.

I am tearing up as i write this because the memories are working their way back to the surface. I miss every one of my special friends and I wouldn't trade a moment of my life with any of them for anything.

As I tap this out, my little girl Maggie is trying to jam her pudgy little body as close as she can to where my feet are. She makes me smile.
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you gotta share a picture of Maggie
I do remember vividly every fur baby
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I still mourn one of my pets . . .

there is no time limit on grief.
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Lady tehMa wrote: Dec 2nd, 2021, 2:13 pm I still mourn one of my pets . . .

there is no time limit on grief.
There isn't. What is nice to have though are the videos of past fur babies and with the advancement of technology I can sit and watch them and cry all I want. Then I take the current one for a walk.
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