Happy New Year to all of the kind people who have responded to our posts. Today we put our beautiful Annabelle to rest. She took a quick turn for the worst. She could not eat and her cancer was spread all over her tongue. We spent a precious 15 minutes with her. She was so happy to see us. I believe it was her way of saying how
much she loved us and that she would be with us always. Annie would have been 7 on January30th. A life far too short but we loved her enough for three lifetimes and she took that with her today. It was very peaceful and quick and it just looked like she was sleeping. We took a lock of her beautiful platinum hair and our wonderful vet
gave us a paw print. We will bring her ashes home next week but her spirit will fill the heavens.
Rest in Peace, our beautiful silver girl.
The Following 4,294,967,293 Users Say Thank You to TheBigRoo For This Useful Post:
This has all happened so fast. I am stunned as I am sure you are. My heart goes out to you. I know one of the most difficult decisions I ever made was letting my
Aussie go. I am sure Annabelle did take great comfort in you being there and you need to take comfort in the knowledge that she is no longer suffering and you were always there for her and she was well loved. ((Hugs))
I am SO sorry. Times like this are so sad but you can take comfort in that you gave her a wonderful happy life with your family. And, in return, she gave you her UNDYING love. You will always have that part of her. (hugs)
Please God...... everyday, help me be the person my dog thinks I am.