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Chihuahuasoulmates

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Hi everyone,

I’m so sorry I haven’t been on lately. I’ve been severely depressed to the point I have gotten sick. Dealing with 102 fever all weekend. Tomorrow will be one of my most difficult days. 3 years since I let go of Aztec and 3 weeks since Margarita. My loves. My soulmates. I will write again once I have the strength. Sending hugs and love to all of you.

P.S. Bev....I am feeling exactly what you are feeling. I don’t know how much longer I can take this. Missing them is absolute hell. I’ve been carrying Rita’s blanket around with me everywhere. I feel like a crazy person. 💔😫

Angie~
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Bev,

Right now..in the here and now there is no end in sight. That's how you feel and that
is true for you.

But as an outsider looking in, I can tell you that the trauma you are experiencing and all that goes with being severely traumatized is one day going to start to calm down. Until such time it will go to extremes.

In short what I am saying is that a person can recover from what has happened to you. I should know.

I have told you I was a desperate basket case. There was no and I repeat no end in sight and 
nothing anyone said helped.

The only thing that "helped" was someone saying "this won't last forever". But it only helped for a few minutes. Then it was back to the nightmare that wouldn't go away. Back to normal I guess you could say. Normal was a living hell, a nightmare. Worst than a horror movie.

My body was tense, my chest hurt, I was crying and my eyes hurt, hyperventilating. You name it. And that went on for an extremely long time. In fact it got worse over time.

But eventually things started to subside. And things will subside for you in due time.

Keep telling yourself that given the circumstances, what is happening to you right now
is normal. "Given the circumstances, what's happening to me right now is normal".

You are having a normal reaction to a very serious loss. A loss you can and will one day
recover from.

Just not right now. This loss is such a form of torture but you have to ride it out. And I think the worst part is having no hope that it will ever end.

I know you miss Bella so much. You will never stop loving Bella but someday the painful part of loving her and missing her is going to lessen. And you won't feel guilty either that you are less sad. You won't be in torture that you love Bella and miss her but you aren't suffering to the extent you are right now.

You used to love Bella when she was alive and you weren't suffering. That will come back to you. Someday.

The agony of losing her is getting to you. There was like a big nerve that connected the two of you and that nerve has been severed and you are in excruciating pain. But not for ever. You will see that someday you can live life, love Bella and love her without suffering.

Right now that is impossible to imagine. I know that the things I am saying aren't changing anything.

But it's good to get some outside feedback.

Just be really strong about this. Cry and get out the pain, sob, scream, wail. But tell yourself that you can do this. You will get through this.

Others have before you and you are no different. You will survive this. Life isn't going to leave you in a perpetual state of suffering.


There is something called "continuing bonds". It is where you can continue to have a relationship with your pet. You can continue to have that bond. Just because Bella died it doesn't mean you can't be in a relationship with her.


Get some rest and take some hot baths and wash your hair. Do you things that normally would make you feel good when Bella was alive.

Take care,
Stephanie

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Dear Stephanie,

Thank God for wonderful, understanding people as yourself.   Your insight is invaluable. You have helped me to ease a bit of the pain every time I hear from you. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

For now I must get ready for work and try to be strong for a little while.

Miss you baby Bella,
Love Momma
Chihuahuasoulmates

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Oh god, I had one of the worst nights ever. I know you all will understand. Once I finally was able to fall asleep, I woke up an hour later due to a bad panic attack. Fell back asleep again after getting through it, only to wake up 2 more times because of nightmares. I was drenched with sweat. I’m so out of it right now and I’m heading to work. 2 of my dogs today are super tough to groom. Grooming is hard on a good day. I guess all of this stress is finally catching up to me. Grief is debilitating!!!!!!!! 💔😭
MyBabyGirlPeanut

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So very sorry you had one of those awful nights.  I have been having those terrible night sweats also.  Something that has helped me a little is talking to my Bella and wishing her a good night with a prayer or two.  I also sleep with on of her old stuffed animals that I wrap up in her blanket and sleep with it.

I know it may sound a little crazy but I feel much closer to Bella by doing this.

Please dear God help lessen the pain for all of us.

Hugs,
Bev
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My Sweet Bella,

Tomorrow will mark 14 days since you left us.  It seems like yesterday.  The pain, grief, trauma and guilt are somehow worse now the when you left.  I have so many regrets for all the time I was not with you when you were sick....had to work....lousy excuse. Now  I have extreme guilt for not spending every single second with you.  You are my heart my sweet and beautiful little one.

I wish I could be with you to hold and love you.

I miss you so very much.  The house is too quiet and my life is too lonely without you.  Please know that you will always be on my mind and always be forever in my heart.

Until we are reunited my little one I LOVE YOU WITH ALL MY HEART.  May God hold you in his healing hands and may He help me cope with the overwhelming pain and sorrow.

Bella's Momma
MyBabyGirlPeanut

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Hi my sweet Bella,

It's Saturday night and the excruciating pain of losing you is back full force.  The tears won't stop, the searing pain in my heart won't stop.....I miss you so very much.  I want to be with you so badly. 

You are my soulmate little one.  How is one expected to go on living without my little sweetheart and companion?  Life is so unbearably lonely without you. There are people all around but I feel invisible...just a shell with no emotions left in me other than extreme sadness.

Please little Bella know that momma loves you and misses you so much.

When does this heartbreak end?

Love you baby Bella,

momma
Chihuahuasoulmates

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Hi everyone,

I’m sorry for not replying lately. I’ve been fighting these fevers on and off for over 12 days. Had another one last night. Never had this happen to me before and I think they may be stress related. I hope you all are holding up as best as you can. The last couple of days I’ve been reliving Rita’s final moments in my head over and over again. When I would hold her sometimes, she would get super antsy and start to cry because she wanted to get down and pace due to her dementia. She was doing the very same thing at the ER while in my lap. Crying and flailing because she wanted to get down. The vet advised against letting her down because she had an IV in her leg. Then she administered her the sedative which completely knocked her out, followed by the final shot. It all happened so quickly that I didn’t have time to hold her and tell her all the things I wanted to. I was able to after the fact, but it was too late at that point. I hated seeing her struggling and I should have just put her on the floor. I hated that the sedative worked too quickly. I thought I would have quiet time with her for a few minutes while she was slowly falling asleep, but could still hear me. These last moments are burned into my brain.



Felina’s mom,

Thank you so very much for your kind words and your insight. I should have also mentioned that her legs were really weak and she would fall sometimes. I think it was a combination of being weak and her circling. She would get dizzy and lose her balance. The vets related that to neurological issues as well. I guess I was just in denial. Now, I’m struggling with the thoughts of letting her go too soon AND not soon enough. Such bizarre emotions go through.


Tiny Dancer,

Thank you for sharing your story and they do seem very similar. I’m so sorry you had to go through that. It’s so devastating. I feel you did all you could for your sweet Teddie too, even though neither of us really feel that way right now. We may think we could have done more. I kept thinking I could fix Rita and in some ways I did. I guess I couldn’t fix everything though.


Stephanie,

Thank you again for your words of wisdom. I do find some comfort in what you are saying. It does give me a little bit of hope. I’m so sorry to hear about your family passing away and you feeling alone. I understand those feelings. I actually do feel like a mental case most of the time. The thoughts that run through my head are so scary and devastating. I actually started on medicine a week ago and the side effects are so horrible. And I’m on the lowest dose. I took this medicine 20 years ago without a problem, but since our bodies change, I guess it’s not doing well in my system this time around. It becomes frustrating and overwhelming when you try to get help for yourself and things don’t work. The more you have to keep trying, the more exhausting it becomes. I’m already beyond exhausted.


Hugs to all,

Angie~
MyBabyGirlPeanut

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 #49 
Hi All,

I am having a very bad time.  It is almost  a month ago that I lost my sweet Bella to heart failure.  I keep reliving those last precious moments with her when I thought I had time to get Bella to the emergency vet after she had collapsed.  I ran to get my pants on and I keep thinking that she passed when I was momentarily gone.  Why didn't I just hold her and tell her how much I loved her.....I THOUGHT I HAD TIME!!!!!! These feelings have been overwhelming me.  I think even though she was so weak she came out to be with me in her final breaths and I wasn't there for her.  I hate myself and will never forgive myself for that.  Why couldn't I have done more for her...my sweet soulmate.

I am a walking shell of what I once was when Bella was here. I don't think I can go on without her.

Sweet baby, please forgive me and know how very much momma loves and misses you.

Please be safe in heaven without pain.
Chihuahuasoulmates

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Hi everyone,

I’ve been very sick for the last month and was just released from the hospital after being admitted for 2 weeks. I ended up needing major abdominal surgery. I’m still not out of the woods because I keep having complications. It’s a long road ahead for me. During this time, I’ve felt nothing but extreme guilt for not being able to grieve for my baby girl properly. It’s really killing me. Things are just at their worst right now.

Bev....I keep reliving those last moments too. I always say I thought I had more time. I wish we both did and I’m sorry you are hurting. I’m still here for you even though I’m battling this illness.


Sincerely,

Angie~
MyBabyGirlPeanut

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Hi Angie,

I am so sorry that you are so ill.  I will pray for you to get better fast. Your sweet girl knows what you are going through and wants you to get better.  She knows how much you care and how much you are hurting.
I feel bad that you are going through these things at the same time.  Please be strong and know that we care.

My baby girl has been gone almost 2 months now and I miss her so very much every day.  She was such a huge part of my life and she left a huge hole in my heart.  I try to be brave and face the world but deep down I hurt. 

Just believe that one day we will all be reunited happy and healthy.  In the mean time know that there are a lot of people that care.

Hugs,

Bella's Mom Bev
MyBabyGirlPeanut

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My Sweet Baby Bella,

When does the pain over losing you in my life stop?  You meant so very, very much to me and it is so hard not having that funny face, the kisses, the wiggle butt, the soulful eyes and especially the unconditional love that you freely gave here with me.  April 5th marked the 2 month anniversary of your passing followed by April 6 which was to have been your 11th birthday needless to say it has been a very hard week.  I hope that you are in heaven with Peanut, Boozer, Daisy, Poncho, Duke and McDuff having a wonderful birthday week. Life isn't the same here without you, the house is very lonely now without your little footsteps, and twinkling eyes.

I will always  love you my sweet little one.

Until we meet again,

Love Momma
Chihuahuasoulmates

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Dear Bev,

Thank you again for the kind words. I’m finally home from the hospital after a two major surgeries. I have a long recovery ahead of me and I’m not out of the woods yet. I keep wondering if I brought this on myself because I felt I needed to suffer for being a bad dog mom. The guilt never ends for me. Feeling like I didn’t do enough or did too much. I don’t think the pain ever stops for some of us. I think we just learn to live with it. I’m still trying to learn that after all this time losing my first baby over 3 years ago. It’s been 10 weeks since Margarita crossed over. I’m still right there with you if you need to talk.

Hugs,

Angie~
Chihuahuasoulmates

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Dearest Margarita,

My sweet little beautiful princess. I love and miss you and your brother more then anything in this world. My two tiny soulmates. Rita, I am so sorry for choosing the vet that I did when you had your last dental surgery. I didn’t know he would be so negligent and that you would almost die on the table. You were so healthy before that incident and it was all downhill once that occurred. I wish to God that I had a time machine so I could go back and choose another vet. I feel like you would still be here if I did. Life just isn’t fair. I will always regret getting bullied into getting that dental for you. I should have at least gotten a second opinion. I’m truly sorry from the bottom of my broken heart. I feel like I made so many mistakes with the both of you. I hope that you can forgive me because I can’t forgive myself. I really hope that there’s an afterlife and we will be reunited again someday for all eternity. It’s just been so difficult living without you both. I know that you couldn’t live forever, but I thought I had more time with both of you. I guess it’s never enough time for the ones we love so immensely.

All my love forever,

Mom
JL

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 #55 
I just lost my beautiful cat 2 days ago and have been reading these posts and suffering right along with each of you.  I thank you all for sharing your deepest hurts and your experiences.  It has helped me (and each of us) sooo much!

I was thinking....while we are beating ourselves up with guilt and what ifs and if only...What if we imagined our pet pacing in circles thinking "why didn't I comfort her more, why didn't I spend more time with her, why did I wiggle out of her arms when she only wanted to hold me, why did I turn my nose up at food she spent so much money on, why did I pee outside the litter box making her clean up all my messes, oh and that time I scratched her, how could I have ever hurt her...and tears are in their eyes and they are in so much pain they can't eat or play....

Can you imagine this? Can you see your pet in agony over these thoughts of hurting you? And you know absolutely what your reaction would be - No little one, stop that, I love you, it's ok, you didn't hurt me, I know you love me, nothing you did or could ever do would make me not love you. You were just being a cat (or dog) so I could never blame you for any of that. I LOVE you!

It would kill you to know your pet was torturing themselves with these thoughts, because your joy comes from seeing them content in every way.

Yes, I have these thoughts of guilt also...but maybe we need to remember we are human, we make mistakes, we're not perfect...and that's not our fault - it's the human condition. And maybe out pets love us even with our flaws, even with our mistakes, and our shortcomings - just as we love them.

Thinking this way won't erase our grief because our grief is our love. But I hope it helps erase our guilt for just being human so we can grieve (love) our babies minus the torment of guilt....

I hope....

JL


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Dear JL,

Just read your post and I must say that I never thought of things the way that you expressed.
It gives me pause to think that we would not want our little ones to feel as we do...we want them to be happy and healthy once again.

Thank you for your insight!

Hugs,
Bev ( Bella's mom) 
JL

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Thank you Bev!

I went out today to take my mind off my loss. It helped, but I cried and cried while shopping in Aldi's.  With everyone staying 6 feet away, I'm hoping no one saw my tears.  I'm trying to take my own advice and just grieve, and let go of the guilt of simply being human and imperfect. The grief is hard enough!

If my words gave you even a moment of comfort, I am glad.  I take comfort in every story I read knowing I am not alone; and in any words of advice or experience that is shared from someone who has "been there." 

A big hug for you,

Janet (Sugar Plum's mom)



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Hi JL,

I am so very sorry for your loss.

I just want to let you know that it is o.k. to cry, sob, and to be seen by others.  They understand that you are sad and may try to help. If they don't they never shared the deep love of a sweet companion. Please know also that the amount of grief that you feel is the depth of the love that you two shared. It has been 2 1/2 months since I lost my little girl Bella and I still grieve for her.  It is an ongoing process that will have some ups and downs but will gradually get better.  I know that it doesn't feel that way now but eventually it will.

Also know that your little one would not want you to grieve, they know what a wonderful life you gave them.

Please be safe on your journey and know that we have all been down the same path and are here for you any time you need us.

Hugs,

Bella's mom Bev
Chihuahuasoulmates

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It’s so weird how guilt works when it comes to grief. Even though I found a moment of comfort in what Janet said, my mind likes to twist things around and use it against me. Now I feel like I robbed my little girl during the last 3 years of her life since I was so deep in grief over the loss of my first little man. I know our babies pick up our emotions and I’m afraid she was affected by my grief and depression. It was my first time experiencing all of the intense feelings so I didn’t know how to handle it. I wish I had sought out professional help. I wish I tried to be happy and strong for her. That wasn’t fair. Ugh, I’m sorry if I seem negative all the time. Losing my babies is the hardest thing I’ve ever been through. And I just survived through 2 major life threatening surgeries that I’m currently recovering from and losing them was still more difficult. Thank you so much for listening.

Sincerely,

Angie~
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Thank you Bev,

I'm going to remember what you said - it's ok, I don't have to hide my tears.

Thank you for sharing and for caring about my loss and pain.

Wishing you kindness and care on your journey through grief.

Janet & Sugar Plum
Chihuahuasoulmates

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Dear Janet,

I agree with Bev. You should never have to hide your tears. We are here for you anytime you need to get your feelings out. This is a safe place for that. Let’s try and get through this together.

Hugs,

Angie~
JL

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Thank you Angie!  I was once told that guilt is an emotion and will subside.  I know it will and all that is left will be love because love is eternal.  I too am always very quick to blame myself whenever anything goes wrong and beat myself up.  I think it was Stephanie who said it's all part of processing what has happened.  You have been through a lot Angie, and are only human.  You hung on when your heart was broken. You survived loss and now severe illness.  Your baby, if anyone, knows this and loves you. I think you are a remarkable and caring person and I wish for you a full recovery.

With hope and hugs,

Janet
MyBabyGirlPeanut

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Dear Angie,
 You are a special person. I feel so terrible that you have had 2 major surgeries while also grieving for your little ones. I pray that your recovery from the surgeries goes well and quickly.
The pain that you feel over the loss of you little ones is so deep because you loved them so dearly. They know that you did everything for them and they also know how much they were loved and still are. They will always remain in your heart and that bond will never be broken.
The pain you are feeling now will one day turn to happy memories.....Your little ones would want that for you.

Bev (Bella's mom)
I miss you so much my baby girl !
Candice

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If there's one thing this forum has taught me it's that I am not alone in relentlessly picking at myself for what I may have done better - what I did wrong...I was torturing myself. I too went to where JL was thinking. If it was Tiger taking care of me through so many years..vet trips worry medications checking on me all the time fretting about decisions...if he did make a mistake? I would not want him to feel bad or beat himself up after showing me So.Much.Love.

JL

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Candice, - so true! And yes, it seems we're all in the same boat with our grief and guilt.  It's comforting to know we're not alone.

May God grant us peace and loving memories of our babies, til we are reunited.

Janet


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I’m a little late in joining this thread but have just lost my sweet dog and stumbled upon this message board.

I too am feeling so many of the same emotions- anxiety, sadness, grief, and guilt. My dog was the first pet I’ve ever had, and she was with me for almost 11 years. I never thought I’d be as sad as I am over losing a pet, but it has been such a tremendous loss for me, and I’m struggling each day without her. Your messages have brought some comfort, although I feel like the only thing that would make me truly happy right now is to have her back. It’s sad how events like these make you realize how much you appreciate and love someone, when it’s too late. She was so much a part of my daily routine that even getting out of bed without her being right there is painful.

I know that in time l will heal and learn to live with a piece of my heart missing. I just miss her so much.

Thank you for listening.
JL

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Dear JG, 

I am so sorry to read of the loss of your faithful and loving companion.  I understand the pain you feel because of the large hole in your heart.  You are right, many things may help comfort us but only time will heal us.
I pray you have support as you try to survive these days without your baby.  Know you are not alone.
Sending you prayers and hugs.
Janet
JG

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Hi,
Thank you for your kind words. This is very difficult but it helps to know that others understand how I feel.

I hope the pain subsides soon. This is such a terrible feeling. Thanks again for your message Janet.
Chihuahuasoulmates

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Bev and Janet,

Thank you for having such compassion. I don’t have any support and I always feel so alone. It’s nice to talk to people who truly understand. I really appreciate it. I think a big part of my guilt is knowing that our babies completely depended on us for everything. And they gave us unconditional love all of the time. I put so much pressure on myself because of this. Also, thank you for your well wishes on my recovery. The doctors said it’s going to be a long and slow one.

JG,

Don’t put a time limit on your grief. Everyone is different and grieves at their own pace. Mine has turned into complicated grief because it’s been a few years since I lost my first baby. It’s only been 12 weeks since my little girl left me though, so that is still raw. I was searching for a new therapist right before I got sick. I tried a couple of others, but they weren’t a good fit. Some people grieve forever. I feel like I will be one of those people. Just let yourself feel the emotions and talk to us anytime you need to. We are all here for each other.

Hugs to all,

Angie~



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Thank you Angie!  I send wishes that you find the right therapist - it can make all the difference.  In the meantime know you are not alone, we all share your grief and understand the pain and loss.  Little by little time will work its magic and help heal us and then one day (I pray), we will be reunited with our babies.

Sending you a big hug,

Janet
JL

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Thank you Angie!  I send wishes that you find the right therapist - it can make all the difference.  In the meantime know you are not alone, we all share your grief and understand the pain and loss.  Little by little time will work its magic and help heal us and then one day (I pray), we will be reunited with our babies.

Sending you a big hug,

Janet
Chihuahuasoulmates

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Janet....thank you and big hugs right back to you. How is everyone doing? I’m still struggling a lot. The guilt is never ending and I just want to be with my soulmates again.
Chihuahuasoulmates

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Janet...thank you and big hugs right back to you.

How is everyone? I’m still struggling. The guilt never seems to ease up for me. I just want to me with my soulmates again. I feel like I have no purpose in life anymore. And my heart isn’t ready for another dog. I’m not sure it will ever be. Hope you are all healing and feeling better. Lots of love to you.

Angie~
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Hi Angie,
I'm so sorry you are still struggling so much. If it helps, know that you are not alone with how you are feeling. When my childhood dog Lucky died, my mother grieved deeply for Lucky. She and Lucky were so deeply bonded - it is safe to say Lucky was her soulmate. We got Lucky as a puppy and I basically grew up with her. She was the world's best dog, she had the sweetest disposition and loved all creatures, human, feline and canine alike. I never knew that dogs could have aggression issues because of how wonderful Lucky was. Anyhow, when Lucky passed away my mom was never the same again. She had many cats afterwards but she never got another dog. She just did not want to bring another dog into her life because of how special Lucky was. 

I think what helped my mom was simply the passage of time. She simply got used to being without Lucky and she eventually got to the point where she was willing to open her heart up to other cats. They were, of course, no substitute for Lucky, but they did give her a purpose in life. It took a long time, years in fact. But she did get there. Hopefully you too will be able to withstand this emotional storm you are going through and find a way to get past it and then find a way to open your heart up where you are able to smile a bit when you think of your pups...

Hugs to you as you navigate this difficult time. Remember we are always here for you, no matter what.

Take care,

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

Chihuahuasoulmates

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Dear Kelly,

Thank you so much for your kind words and compassion. It’s been such a huge struggle for me due to the overwhelming guilt I feel. I just can’t seem to forgive myself for things I did or didn’t do in their lives because they are completely dependent upon us. I feel like it’s slowly killing me. People always say you do the best you can with the information you have at the time, but I don’t believe that. In my case, I did know some of those things, yet I chose not to implement them for whatever reason. I really just feel like I completely failed my babies.

I’ve never been without a pet in my life because my family always had them. But, my 2 pups were the first of my very own. My children. Like your mom, I’m not sure if I will ever be able to get another dog due to how special they were to me. I currently reside in a house with 4 cats, but it’s just not the same. Maybe because they aren’t mine. Maybe another type of pet will help comfort me. I just don’t know.

Again, thank you for replying. It really means a lot to me. I am sorry for your losses and what your mom went through as well. I hope that someday I will be able to find peace, but right now I don’t see the light at the end of the tunnel. 💔


Hugs,

Angie~
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Hi

I am sorry to hear about your loss, you truly sound like an exceptional owner and i am sure your babies were exceptional as well. I hope through time you can find comfort in your memories and the great life you had together.

I am very over come with guilt about my 7 year old Lab Buddy, he passed away Sunday on a hiking trail and i made decisions which caused this.

I know how you feel, they are truly family
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