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brenrae

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We have made the decision to release Gabby from her pain. It was not an easy decision to make, and right now I am not sure how I feel about it. I know there is sadness on having to let her go on a head of me. But, there is also relief, for I know she is suffering, and she will no longer have pain at Rainbow Bridge. I do wish I could of been a better mom to her, but, I hope she knows she is loved, and will always be loved. She has not been acting right for several weeks now, with separating herself from us, and stumbling more when she walks.
I will miss her, our little matron, and the love she was always willing to give.
Napalmakita66

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It sounds like all the signs are there and your doing the right thing. These little miracles are a gift and its or responsibility to take care of them while here and to see them off as they move on toward their next journey. Thank you for coming here and sharing. Be well. -Katsu's dad
brenrae

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Thank you, Katsu's dad. I know it is one of the hardest decision we have to make concerning our babies. It is not a decision I like to make, but, we must do what is best for them, and not us. I miss her so much, but, I know she is no longer in pain, and her body is young again.
brenrae

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I have been missing our Gabby girl a lot. Yes, she had issues, which were not her fault, but, she was always so ready with a purr for you. All you had to do was say her name. She loved us so much, even with all our imperfections. I miss her sweetness, her ability to show you how much she loved you, her purr.
brenrae

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Hi Gabby,
Your bridge day is coming soon. Almost a year since we had to let you go. I know you are better there, and I can imagine you are playing with butterflies, and doing all the things a cat is supposed to do. It made me sad to see you in so much pain. I tried to be a good mom to you, but, I wish I had done better. You know what I miss about you? You was always ready with a purr. You loved with all you had. I miss you, my sweet girl. I will see you again someday. Love, mommy
goofygirlinva

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Hi Brenda,
Those anniversaries are so difficult, especially the first couple of years. Hard to imagine nearly a year has gone by that you showed Gabby the ultimate gift of love, releasing her from her pain and suffering and letting her fly on to heaven ahead of you.

You mentioned the thing you miss most about Gabby is her purr and that she loved with all she had. That is so true for so many of those we've lost. It was definitely true for my Squeeker. He was always ready for a purr for me. It was also true for Thomas and it was certainly true for Rufus. Those three loved with all they had and their purrs were so strong and resonant. Oh, how I miss that about them...

I hope you are doing well and that you are safe and healthy. I'll be thinking of you and Gabby on the 5th...

Hugs and kitty kisses and purrs to you

Kelly
- Mom to angel cats Blackie, Squeeker, Thomas and now Rufus
brenrae

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Thank you Kelly for your post. With Gabby, all you had to do was whisper her name, and she would start purring, and she had such soft fur. Her bridgeday is tomorrow. It seems June is the month for me to lose my babies. We had to let Baby Kitty go on June 7th due to kidney failure, and Harry a few years after her. She also had such beautiful eyes. They were so full of the love she felt for us. I miss my girl.
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