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Andreawi

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To my darling Izzy,
Yesterday we let you go, I think it was the right thing to do but I’m not sure baby girl. I keep telling myself that you gave me a sign the night before when you wee’d on the mattress, you never ever did that we always joked you had an iron bladder. I hope you enjoyed your last night with us, we tried to make it amazing giving you lots and lots of tasty stuff. I don’t know how I’m going to cope without you, you’ve been my rock for such a long time and have seen me go through so much, you were always there to comfort me even though you didn’t like it when I cried. When we went to the dog park in the morning it felt and looked like you were well, that threw me a lot I will never stop questioning myself. I could’ve given us a few more days. I hope you were comfortable when you left and that you felt all the love that we all have for you. You had all of us with you, me and cole were right next to you, all the way just like I promised I would be. Alfie and Jessie came to see you just after you left. Alfie lay with you until the vet took you away, they are both ok and seeing that you’d gone I think helped them understand. I’m going to be at the crematorium when you are cremated, I think I need the ritual of closure as I can’t get my head around the fact that you’re gone. We are moving house in two and a half weeks and I don’t want to leave this house as I feel like I’m leaving you behind, I won’t have the memories of you in the new house, won’t be able to look at the door and see you standing there. You need to follow us to the new house, don’t stay here. I need to know you’re ok, please let me know. Im worried about you and I’m not coping well. We are having a memorial service tomorrow for you here at home, we are all going to share what we love about you and our favourite memories, mine is the big sloppy kisses you gave. I hope you found Prince over the bridge and that you’re having heaps of fun chasing birds. I love you my darling so so much I wish you hadn’t gone.
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Andreawi

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My darling girl,
Hope you’re having an absolute ball up there, as you know alfie will be coming to you tomorrow. He’s pretty sick and ready to see you. He’s missed you terribly in the two weeks since you left, I think it’s a bit of missing you and being sick that makes him ready. Make sure he’s ok, you know he stresses!! No fighting be nice to each and have lots of kisses and cuddles. Enjoy your freedom baby girl, I’ve got everything here under control. I’ll give cole and Tilly a kiss from you. I didn’t think the hurt could get worse but it has now you’ll both be gone. I feel so alone. I’m packing up the house threads to move, I’m a bit scared to be honest it’s a big change for me. You would’ve loved it there, close to the beach and a deck you could’ve sunbathed on. I miss you so much and now alfie, I’m really struggling with everything and need your comforting kiss letting me know it’ll be ok.
I love you izzy bizzy look after alfie for me
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twinkiesmom

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Izzy will be waiting for Alfie when he arrives and will be his official tour guide in their new home. And they will wait patiently together for you to join them. I know you will be busy with your move but as Kelly replied to your post today about Alfie, that can be helpful. It's when I sit idly that is most difficult. Crying helps us to heal, releasing some of the heartwrenching pain you feel. Talking about them helps so much. Knowing they are at peace, no aches or pains, just absolute joy and love surrounding them is what I draw strength from. I don't feel they ever truly leave us, we carry them in our hearts always. When you sit on the deck of your new home or walk on the beach they will be with you, at times they may feel so close you think you could reach down and touch them. Perhaps you will want to make a small area in your home for them. A few pictures, a candle, maybe plant a tree or flowering bush outside. Piper and I sat on the the deck when it was warm and we have a beautiful flowering plum tree that I now think of as hers. Take time for whatever gives you comfort. I will be sending kind thoughts your way and prayers for peace in your heart. And a warm gentle hug for your precious Alfie.
Andreawi

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Thanks twinkiesmon, they are together now reunited forever. He was so ready to leave, a very peaceful passing. I was with him every step of the way telling him to find Izzy and that he’s mummy’s special boy. I took him on his final journey to the crematorium, gave him a big kiss and told him I love him. My heart is shattered but I know they are happy and free, they will always be close to us watching and protecting us. I have a photo collage that I did for Izzy, Alfie will have the matching frame and get his own wall of fame. I framed izzys collar and lead and again will do the same for Alfie. I have some fur from them both and have ordered two candles for my izzy bizzy and Alfie aka thumper (a very waggy tail).
Our third dog Jessie who is only 6 was very confused, we will spoil her to the max now she’s on her own. I have threatened to get a cat to put her in her place🤣 the kids are also pushing for a new pet. I can’t believe how resilient the kids are they wanted to be there for both dogs leaving and have handled the whole thing amazingly.
One day at a time, one foot in front of the other💞
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