Oliver & Henry's Mum wrote:Taima, after reading about how well you take care of your friend's dog, and then realizing you had posted in here, I had to offer you my condolences. I'm sure having the other dog in your care brought back wonderful, and perhaps painful, memories of Mags.
She is peaceful now, and waiting for you at the Rainbow Bridge.
princelover wrote:Taima, I don't think you ever really get over the loss of a beloved dog. I have many who are still near and dear to my heart and when some little thing reminds me of one of them, I shed a tear.
I can see from your posts and the concern that you showed for the dog in your care, that you are truly a dog lover, my kind of people and you are one of the few that I would trust my furbabies with.
mweinstock1 wrote:Dear Mag's mom, i wanted to let you know how very sorry i am for your loss.. i understand the sadness and tears very much ..i know memories and thoughts come to mind of wonderful precious memories and also those sad ones that bring us to tears and will continue to do so..out of the blue...loving these precious parts of our Family as we did and always WILL..WE will never forget them..there is no time limit on grieving honey...i picture my Buffy playing in the fields at the rainbow bridge..maybe she is with your Maggie now running side by side...maybe your Maggie greeted my Buffy just this June when she passed away and made her her special friend...welcomed her..now i'm crying...just know that i am thinking of you and understand your pain , you honor her memory everyday with all you are doing, i right now have two cats i had adopted just over a year and a half ago, smokey and bandit..and just yesterday put in an application with a rescue online to adopt a puppy..i'm waiting to hear back. you can read more in my latest post on farewell master this morning. God Bless, Buffy's mom, Mindy
RubyJeansMom wrote:Mag's mom, I am so sorry for the loss of your sweet Maggie. Having lost two of my wonderful dogs in the last eight months, I know what you're going through right now. The tears will come at unexpected times, but after a while the hurt in your heart isn't as sharp, and the memories will make you smile rather than cry.
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