My Dearest Daisy Girl,
It has been 6 long months since you left in the blink of an eye.  My heart aches for you every single day.  I miss loving you and being loved by you. Life is just not the same, I know it could never be since you are not here.  I feel so lonely without you and I keep trying to fill that loss with other fur babies. We have 4 now,  Lady Bug and Montana your sisters are here along with a new baby named Bo and a sweet girl by the name of Willow who adopted us. Unfortunatly Willow does not like Lady Bug for whatever reason she just does not.   She in fact has attacked Lady Bug 3 times and we had to take her to the dog doc, she will be fine they said but they also said they may never get along and I just can't have that.  You remember when we got Lady Bug from the rescue group and she had been rescued from that bad puppy mill place, remember how shy and scared she was?  Now 5 years later she is so much better but Willow just scared the heck out of her and I have to keep them in different rooms.  I have to find Willow a new home where she is the only dog. She has only been here for not even a month.  She had a new home Sunday but the lady called me and said her cat and Willow fought like crazy and would I come get her which I did.  I was just trying to give her a loving home since her family was moving and did not want to take her, so I did and now I am in a pickle for sure.  I just want you back Daisy, everything is so hard right now.  I miss you so so much sweet girl. I wish it were the way it was for all those wonderful years we were together.  The tears are just on the edge and I just want you back.  I love the fur babies we have now all of them but I want you.  I must sound like a loon, today is just a hard day I guess.  I love you with all of my heart sweet girl. 
Love you always, mommy
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Dear DaisysMom,

You don't sound like a loon at all.  You have lost someone you loved very much. Your life is not the same without her. You miss her presence terribly. I understand those feelings completely. I miss my girl all the time. Thank you for opening your heart and home to the other furbabies. Even though they are not Daisy, you are giving them love and comfort and that means the world to them.


I love you forever Katie Kitty.
I can't wait to hugga-bug again with you one day.
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Thank you Janine for your kind words. :)

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Six months is such a short time.  I think you're doing remarkably well at this point!  I was still such a basket case at the 6 month mark.  My emotions were still so raw, and my heart still so cripled from the loss.  That's to be expected for any of us after saying farewell to our fur loves.  The road to healing is a journey for all of us, and we are so blessed to have each other to lean on and this wonderful place to gather.

Thank you so much for sharing your message to Daisy.  You might be loony, but not because you write your words of love to your angel baby.  There are plenty of other things that qualify you as a loon   Tee-hee.  I know Daisy is smiling down and loving her loony mama. Tee-hee. 

My heart is battered and bruised, but I will not let it break. It holds such precious cargo, I must protect it now. (Susie Squillions)

"Memories of loved ones are like songs in our soul." Margaret Wakeley




In one of the stars, I shall be living.
In one of them, I shall be laughing.
And so it will be as if all the stars were laughing when you look at the sky at night.
~ The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupery
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someone put this on facebook
A dog never dies, he’s just sleeping in your heart


As a dog lover, I can’t even imagine how it must feel like to loose my beloved pup. After priceless moments spent with your furry companion, after sharing your home, your heart, your life with the man’s best friend it cannot be something more heartbreaking than taking on different roads.

Ernest Montague is a fur dad that decided to pay tribute to his late doggy in the most beautiful way. After losing Bolo, a white-black pit bull, Ernest wrote some touching, emotional, wise words regarding his sad experience.


Read his inspirational words, bellow:

“Some of you, particularly those who think they have recently lost a dog to ‘death’, don’t really understand this. I’ve had no desire to explain, but won’t be around forever and must.

Dogs never die. They don’t know how to. They get tired, and very old, and their bones hurt. Of course they don’t die. If they did they would not want to always go for a walk, even long after their old bones say: ‘No, no, not a good idea. Let’s not go for a walk.’ Nope, dogs always want to go for a walk. They might get one step before their aging tendons collapse them into a heap on the floor, but that’s what dogs are. They walk.

It’s not that they dislike your company. On the contrary, a walk with you is all there is. Their boss, and the cacaphonic symphony of odor that the world is. Cat poop, another dog’s mark, a rotting chicken bone (exultation), and you. That’s what makes their world perfect, and in a perfect world death has no place.


However, dogs get very very sleepy. That’s the thing, you see. They don’t teach you that at the fancy university where they explain about quarks, gluons, and Keynesian economics. They know so much they forget that dogs never die. It’s a shame, really. Dogs have so much to offer and people just talk a lot.

When you think your dog has died, it has just fallen asleep in your heart. And by the way, it is wagging its tail madly, you see, and that’s why your chest hurts so much and you cry all the time. Who would not cry with a happy dog wagging its tail in their chest. Ouch! Wap wap wap wap wap, that hurts. But they only wag when they wake up. That’s when they say: ‘Thanks Boss! Thanks for a warm place to sleep and always next to your heart, the best place.’


When they first fall asleep, they wake up all the time, and that’s why, of course, you cry all the time. Wap, wap, wap. After a while they sleep more. (remember, a dog while is not a human while. You take your dog for walk, it’s a day full of adventure in an hour. Then you come home and it’s a week, well one of your days, but a week, really, before the dog gets another walk. No WONDER they love walks.)

Anyway, like I was saying, they fall asleep in your heart, and when they wake up, they wag their tail. After a few dog years, they sleep for longer naps, and you would too. They were a GOOD DOG all their life, and you both know it. It gets tiring being a good dog all the time, particularly when you get old and your bones hurt and you fall on your face and don’t want to go outside to pee when it is raining but do anyway, because you are a good dog. So understand, after they have been sleeping in your heart, they will sleep longer and longer.


But don’t get fooled. They are not ‘dead.’ There’s no such thing, really. They are sleeping in your heart, and they will wake up, usually when you’re not expecting it. It’s just who they are.

I feel sorry for people who don’t have dogs sleeping in their heart. You’ve missed so much. Excuse me, I have to go cry now.”

After reading those incredible words there’s no much to say, but a BIG Thank you, Ernest!

Source https://www.dogheirs.com

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