So sorry to hear of the loss of your Pookie. I know the pain, as I just recently lost my Serena on 1/13/15, and I lost my darling FatCat on 9/25/13. I know that phone call is never easy to make, and I now know the internal struggle of not knowing if you made the right choice. Goodbye is so hard in and of itself, and to have to decide when it is time to say goodbye is worse yet no amount of reassurance will erase the doubts of whether you are making the right choice or not. I was also with my Serena until the end, and I knew it was time to let her go, as much as I didn't want to. They have a way, in their eyes, of letting us know that it is okay, and that they understand.
I know in my heart that Serena is at Rainbow Bridge, and her personality was always so social and outgoing. I am sure that she was there to greet your Pookie, and that they are young, healthy, and having a blast being the "new kids on the block." And I am sure that FatCat has scoped out the most comfortable, sunny nap spots to share with your Pookie.
Praying that your tears turn to smiles as your memories become cherished and unfading. Please feel free to reach out, we are all here for the same reasons and can all provide a shoulder to lean on in this tough time.
~I love you eternally, McCartney boy~You can visit my kitty McCartney's Rainbow Bridge Memorial here: http://www.rainbowbridge.com/residents/MCCAR001/Resident.htm
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