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Les68

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Hi all. Been 5 days since I lost my little guy. Was hoping it would get a little easier,but I miss him so much. I have a very hard time going home. House is empty and silent. I hope he is running around and having fun with his fur baby friends . That makes me feel better. Bedtime is very hard also. Used to him sleeping right next to me. I feel so bad for all of you going through the same thing. Our fur babies are our family.
Dogsarepeopletoo

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Les68: I think coming home to an empty house was one of the hardest parts when we lost our dog -- especially the first time we went away for a few days.

I wish I could tell you that after X days, it gets better but, of course, it's different for all of us. And I do not think it's a steady line of feeling better but a zig-zaggy, up and down journey -- for me, there was a period of a few days where I felt I was over the hump, then I was back to crying and feeling lost for awhile. It has been some time since our dog died in June. I was at a basketball game the other day and was bored so I got out my phone. My lock screen is a photo of Annie's face; out of the blue in a coliseum of thousands of people, I felt choked up.

I hope you have understanding loves ones who are supportive. If not, we are all here!

Take care
dogsarepeopletoo
stronics

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Hi Les68,
The pain of losing a dearest pet is severe. It has been almost a year for me and I still cry, at times I miss him so much. Each Sunday we would go to town to get the paper  it was our time to be together for some fun. He was the dearest little guy in the world, we were always together. When I would have to be away from him he would be so glad when I got home, he would wiggle from end to end.
I am so sorry for your loss, it is heartbreaking. I do know how bad you feel, I wish you peace.
David
diwolff

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Hi Les68,

Yes, our furbabies sure are part of our family.  

Five days is still so fresh and that stabbing, bleeding pain is still so strong.  Six months now for me (on Christmas Day) and I still cry.  I'm finding myself thinking of the good times more and more, and that makes me smile.  But then, coming home to the empty house, not having her jump into bed with us, missing her cleaning up our food spills (LOL), missing hugging and playing with her, then the tears come.

Everyone on here was so blessed to have known the unconditional love of our furbabies.  I think of how lucky I was to have had Cassie and how thankful I am that I did have her.

Hugs
Dianne
kclaura

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I am so so sorry
diwolff

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Hello Everyone,

Thinking of all of you this Holiday Season.  For those of us with our first Christmas without our fur babies, I know it is especially hard.  

May we all have a wonderful holiday season, filled with love, joy, and peace and may 2019 bring us each happiness, joy and good health.

Hugs to all

Dianne, Cassie's Mom
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