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 Post subject: Re: Dog's Dinner - Do animals know what's going on?
PostPosted: 10 May 2016, 21:47 
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Poor little Abby, hugs for you all.


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 Post subject: Re: Dog's Dinner - Do animals know what's going on?
PostPosted: 10 May 2016, 22:15 
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So sorry for you both Mary, Abby has been a loving companion for so many years.....such a big hole in your hearts.
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Dear Mary. Really can't find the right words for this (can one ever?), but you're all three in my thoughts and prayers. At least you could take away her suffering, and at least you got to say goodbye to her at the end.

Hail and farewell, Abby-puss, who was both cat and so much more.


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I'm really sorry, Mary. Thinking of you both.

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Thinking of you with love...

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Mary and SLOC, the best comfort you can have is that you did your best for her. She would have known that. And loved you for it as you loved her.


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Thinking of you all at this difficult time


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RIP Abby and massive hugs to you and Ray


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So so sorry :-(

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How do I thank you for all the loving messages you've posted here the last two days? How do I thank all those who emailed me with more love, and even phoned me. I have been truly overwhelmed, at a time when all I seemed to do was weep.

SLOC constructed a box out of cedarwood, which was very therapeutic for him, and we put her toys in with her. He laid the box in the deep hole he'd dug - then slipped and fell in on top of her! Cue tears of laughter as well as sadness. The house is now very empty - but she will never be forgotten.

ETA To remove my idiotic ramblings. :roll:

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Mary Than you for letting us know. I remembered you and Ray during the lunch time service. She looked a lovely cat, I am sure you will miss her but she is pain free now. I know that thought helps me when someone or animal's suffering is at an end.


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(((((Mary and Ray))))) So sorry to hear that Abby has gone, but now she is at peace and free from pain. She will always have her own special place in your hearts. I did smile at the picture of Ray falling in her little grave. Hope he's okay.

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(((Mary and Ray))) so sorry. Glad Abby is at peace xx

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Thanks for letting us know, Mary. Thinking of you.


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Sorry to hear this, Mary. My thoughts are with you.


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Just back from France. So sorry to hear this, Mary.

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