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Old 02-25-2015, 08:57 PM
sophiemarie sophiemarie is offline
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Default Re: I am afraid the end is near - Sophie's story

Thank you all. Miss her terribly. Yesterday was bad for me. They have her ashes and I could not bring myself to pick them up today.
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Old 03-01-2015, 01:12 AM
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Default Re: Sophie has passed...

So sorry to hear your beautiful little girl has passed. Knowing they are out of pain and happy playing at Rainbow Bridge can seem like cold comfort when you just want to hold her one more time, cuddle her and play her favourite games. Acceptance does come, although it can be a rocky journey. We lost Clyde's brother in November, and yesterday I had a really bad day after having a vivid dream about him the previous night. Today, I feel a bit better, and I can only say, be kind to yourself, it's ok to be however you feel.

I'm sure my naughty little Rusty will be leading Sophie into all kinds of mischief. xx
Clyde: born 21 Feb 2001, dx Dec 2013. Caninsulin 2 x 5u, Prednidale, Pred Forte eye drops. Weight 4.75kg
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