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We said farewell to our Zsa Zsa 1 year ago today. It was one of the most difficult and yet beautiful journeys.
She was so brave during her battle with marrow cancer, she never let on she was in pain and was always up for a snuggle. She tried so hard, but it just became too much for her poor little self to handle anymore. We helped her cross the Bridge and meet up with her friends that passed before her. It was a beautiful sunny day, and I will never forget it. She laid in my hand the whole time and comforted me. She is a beautiful spirit. After we said our farewells, we sat and talked with our vet for a bit. As we were leaving it started to drizzle rain, and the most beautiful rainbow appeared. I KNEW it was Zsa Zsa saying hello, and that she was ok. So, today we think back and remember her especially. We will never forget her, and she was truly a special Guinea Pig! We still have her daughter Amee here, and everytime we look at her we think of Zsa Zsa. I will never forget you Little Momma, you are so missed and loved. I think of you every day, and I have been hearing our song more often now. I love you sweet one... "When you left I lost a part of me, it's just so hard to believe, come back baby please... 'cause we belong together."
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I love Guineas. They are such sweet little souls. I had 5, but they were never tame as they were rescued, found living under a shed. They used to squeal whenever I had to pick them up, what a lovely noise, nothing like it.
All of mine are at the bridge now, I hope they have made friends with your ZSA ZSA, Im not sure though cos they were a quarrelsome lot. Perhaps they are more mellow now they are at the Bridge. Love Di xxx
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I just saw your post and want to wish your beloved little Zsa Zsa a HAPPY BELATED FIRST YEAR BRIDGEDAY!!
I can tell how special she was to you, now much she was loved (and still IS loved), and how dearly she is missed. May you be comforted by sweet memories of your darling girl, who is romping through the meadows of the Bridge, forever free of that dreadful marrow cancer, and filled with pure joy again. Hugs, Melissa Betsy's forever mom