I've lost a furry friend :(

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Re: I've lost a furry friend :(

Postby cherryblossom » Thu Jan 26, 2012 2:51 am

Hi Guys, A very very very big THANKYOU all of you for your lovely words of kindness, it really was so comforting, as was Rainbow Bridge. I had read it before a while ago now, I thought then it was lovely but today I understand it's feelings completely. This evening there was a cat meowing on the front doorstep, I knew which cat it was from, I know all of them by their voices (or lack of, one's mute) but I was afraid to open the door as I kept thinking 'what if it's her?' Stupid I know, I know she's gone now, but I don't think it's sunk in properly yet. She won't be coming back this time. I already miss her terribly, as you do really I know, and it will pass, but in the meantime it still feels empty. There will never be another like her, but I love them all the same. At least I won't be wondering if she's ok or not while I'm away so DD won't have that awful decision to make. Anyway, once agin, thanks guys for being there, you really are fantastic! :grouphug: :blowkiss:
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Re: I've lost a furry friend :(

Postby cherrybee » Thu Jan 26, 2012 12:24 pm

Hi cherry, sorry to hear your sad news, :( my elder cat will be 17 this
year, sad when part of the family leave, but nice to have memories
of your time together tk care :hugs:
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