TimTam
1506750_682682098421676_1793625986_n.jpg I will be thankful for the 14 years I had Tammy.She has been gone for 6 months now.It still brings me to my knees some days.
Being without you takes a lot of getting used to.
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ahartofilis
Hello Tammy's mum, Yes, being without them does take a lot of getting used to!  Tammy was so very adorable! I lost my beloved girl Coco on Dec 7th. It has been  tough to accept that she will never be with me again. I read some of you're posts. A lot of you're feelings are very much like mine. I especially like when you wrote that Tammy would do a dance for you whenever you came home. Coco was a bigger dog, Labrador, but she would wag her entire body and do something like a dance as well!! Its great to know how much they loved us. And they will always know that we loved them as well!!! Thinking of you........Sincerely, Coco's Mom.
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tramseyer
Amen TimTam.  I am trying to be thankful for the time I physically had with my girl. It's hard right now to not focus on the present and that she's not here for me to love and cuddle and snuggle.  I will see and be with her again. 

Heidi's Mommy - and Mommy to Cookie, Picker, and Maggie, also at the Rainbow Bridge.
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jaschutz
I wish I had seen something like this when London was alive. London has been gone for only a month, so while there is significantly less fur around the house than there used to be, I still find her hair in my bed or on my coat. Now when I see it, I don't absent mindedly pick it off. I keep it there because I like having those little reminders of her.
Jamie

You can visit London's memorial at:
http://RainbowsBridge.com/residents/LONDO001/Resident.htm
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Dalidog
So very true...   we take them for granted because they are always there.  When they are gone, the emptiness is unbearable.

Dali, as much a daughter as any human...  pure love
Until we meet again

http://rainbowsbridge.com/residents/DALI003/Resident.htm

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