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Lost my little angel suddenly Sunday evening at around 22:00. I know she was old (17 Years) but was not prepared for it as she was not ill even had a good meal that evening.

My heart is broken and I don't know how to cope with it. I only had her for 3 ½ Years (her previous mom did not wanted her anymore), but it felt like I had her all my life. 

The house seems empty without her and everything reminds me of her. I even dreaded going home yesterday after work. 

How do one deal with this?


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I just lost my own elderly little girl.  She was only a little under 12, but looked ancient and could barely walk.  I miss her dearly.  She was my best friend in many ways.  As I read your post, I felt so happy for the time you gave your angel in her last years.  What a wonderful thing.  Sometimes fatal illness or conditions manifest suddenly and leave us reeling.  We just aren't prepared.  It is so empty without them as we love them so dearly.  I'm not sure I have any advice except to know that at some point you will be SO grateful for being able to spend those few years with her.  And so grateful that you know in your heart that she knew she was loved and deeply cared for and left this world with the peace of that knowledge.
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