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Hello my sweet friend,

I lost my dog Braveheart a little over a month ago on March 3rd, 2018. I had much trouble at first coping with the absence of his presence here on Earth, but I must tell you what has comforted me the most; and that is the Word of God. 

Believe in Jesus, and He will lead you to Heaven. He will lead you back to your sweet and loving furry friend. The Bible talks about several times how God will "make all things new". The Bible even talks about Jesus riding back on a white horse! It even talks about how when we are all in Heaven, and He makes all things new, the wolf shall lie down with the lamb, in perfect harmony! My friends, this is wonderful news! There are obviously animals in Heaven! Your sweet and loving furry friend is not gone! No! They have just passed on to Heaven, to be new. To be refreshed. To be with their Creator God. They are there, waiting for you. Take comfort, my sweet friends! Your beloved animal may be gone from this Earth, but they are not 'gone'. They are very much alive, in Heaven! And who could take better care of them than God Himself? What a relieving revelation! 

I pray that you be comforted through these words. I pray that the pain you are feeling from the loss of your beloved animal be relieved with time. God bless you, my friend. I do indeed believe that God very much cares about the pain you are feeling from the loss of your sweet animal; and I do indeed believe that God, too, loves our sweet animals; just as He loves you. 

Much love, 
Braveheart's and Lucy's momma

Posts: 35
I think about that a lot.
My dad and both my pops looking after my baby girl.
I hate that I only had a short time with her and that it will be a long time before I will see her again. I'm just glad that I will be able to see her again one day.

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Thank you so much for posting this. It was very comforting to read this. I just lost my Suzie Q on Friday last week April 6 and I was devastated. I only had her roughly 11 and a half months and I became very attached to her. She was a rescue that was about 7/8 and we came to find out she had chronic kidney failure and I tried everything I could to see if she would make it through but the vet recommended euthanizing and I have been beating the crap out of myself over it since then. This was comforting to read because I firmly believe she is up there with my dad and my other 4 kitties that I lost through out my childhood/teen years looking down on me and watching over us. I know I’ll see her again one day but this week has been a rough one for me. She was very special to me. Again, thank you for this comforting post.

Posts: 994
Thanks for that post.  I have not had recent losses. 

Tuffy passed 4 years ago and Toby 3 years ago.  Losing Tuffy was the hardest loss of my life, harder than my Mom the year before and my Dad the year before that. And they were the hardest up to that time in my life.

Tuffy would have been 18 yesterday.  I posted a birthday greeting on Facebook. 4 years later and I don't cry often anymore, but the tears are never very far, just like the love has never left.

My words of comfort:  time will help.  I don't believe it heals completely.  Love lives forever and I do believe if I could get through the pain, most anyone can.   Early days, and really ,the first year I had my doubts I would get through it.  I got counseling and was on anti-depressants for a year.

Tuffy, Toby, Ellie and Missy's Dad
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