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Greetings from Rainbow Bridge

Hello it's me. I'm here safe and sound. I wanted to let you know of all the love and friendship that I was greeted with when I arrived here. The bridge glows with peace and love and unity. No one is alone here, we are here to support each other. Just because you can't see or touch me doesn't me I am not always near you. I come to you in many ways. I come to you dancing on the sunbeams of your heart.I ride the wind to your heart and I sing to you of my pride in how you are helping others who need your love. When you give love to others you are also giving it to me. I have a spot on Rainbow bridge where I can see everything. I watch over you. When you think you hear me you do. Thank you for the letter of love you send me on the tail of a balloon. They give me so much joy and I keep them near. The Love we share never stopped it grows and goes on forever till we are together again. I wish you joy and peace of heart and a life filled with laughter. It was never good bye but till we meet again never to be parted again. You are my yesterday, my today and my forever. Let healing and peace come to your heart so I will know you are well. Till that day of reunion comes keep on giving to others the warmth of your heart. Your heart is so big there is room for many to find friendship within. Together we will stand as one forever and a day plus one. Love always from Rainbow Bridge.


© BarTendersBluesWolf

Aka J,C. Stewart



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Bar, thank you so much for sending that greeting. On Thursday evening, I had to send my second friend in six weeks to the Bridge. After Tristan left six weeks ago, I didn't think I could do it again. But we do what we must. Dottie was at least 14 years old; she was a feral that I got from the shelter I volunteered at and I had her for twelve years. When I didn't think I would ever have a child, I took Dottie home because I knew she was one of the "unadoptables".

Over the years, she grew into one of the sweetest little beings that ever existed. During the night, she would find the loudest plastic toy and start batting it around! She was Tristan's best friend and sleeping buddy. Four months ago, Dottie had a severe bladder infection and the doctor also suspected a soft tissue cancer as well. We treated her infection and planned on bringing her home to love her and keep her comfortable. Last weekend, I really thought she was doing well...she was eating up a storm, sometimes three or four times a day! But by Tuesday night she stopped eating almost altogether and on Wednesday she really seemed to be getting uncomfortable. Again the emotional struggle ensued -- when is the right time?? This poor little thing! I couldn't let her suffer anymore...and so we set her free Thursday night. Though she was deaf as well, I cradled her little head and whispered to her that she was almost home and that Tristan would be waiting for her. I just kept telling her that over and over. I hope she at least heard it in her heart if not with her ears. Dottie now lies next to her sleeping buddy in a beautiful garden where they will rest together and play together at the Rainbow Bridge.

Run free, my sweet, Dottie!! I hope you're happy with Tristan and all the other furbabies!



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Such comforting and beautiful words!  Thank you so very much for posting this to soothe our hurting hearts. 

Hugs and peace,
Betsy's forever grateful, loving mom

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Thank you for such a wonderful post. I needed to hear from my beloved Mr. Meowgy. I miss him so. You helped me feel better.
Donna, Mr. Meowgy's mom
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