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curt2017

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Last Sunday, i lost my baby curt. I could still remember his struggle while he’s having a seizure or difficulty in breathing until he died while he’s in my arms. The truth is, I don’t want him to suffer anymore. He’s been shaking his head and struggling for breath for days that it hurts me so much to look at him. Because even if i hug him, i know it won’t remove his pain. But death is such a different thing. It’s making me cry no matter what i do. I remember him in every corner of our house and him waiting for me with tails wiggling as I open the door. This is the first time I’ve had a pet. He was only 2 years old. And how i wish i could have held, kissed, hugged and told him how much i love him. The last words i said to him before he died was that he could rest. And even up to his last breath he didn’t stop following my orders. I miss him everyday. And i don’t know when i’ll be okay. Thank you for letting me put this out of my chest. God bless you all
GreenBean59

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I am so sorry for our loss. I understand the pain. There is no doubt he is at the Rainbow Bridge playing with my cats Nala and Green Bean. And none of them are suffering anymore.
curt2017

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Thank you so much. They brought lots of joy in us. It gets harder but knowing your not alone somehow makes it bearable.
cosesmom

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I am so sorry. I know how badly you hurt and you feel as if you will never feel better inside but you will in time. You will always miss Curt and feel the sadness of the empty rooms but Curt is still with you, only his earthly body is gone. His spirit lives! He is with you each and everyday, guiding and still looking over you. My beloved Termy had seizures all of his life. They weren't frequent but still scary. He did out grow them several years before I had to let him go. He lived a very long and wonderful life until father time caught up with him and his body failed him but Oh not his heart. There may have been an underlying problem that took his life. I am so very sure that you gave him a very happy and wonderful life. He didn't pass alone but in your arms where you held him safely and loved him. Give yourself time and grieve all you need to. In time you will learn to live a new normal. There will be tears (oh, so many tears) and then you  will be able to remember and smile.
Love and doggie hugs
Termy's mom
curt2017

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Thank you so much. I cried while reading this. I want to believe our pets are now our guardian angels watching over us. I guess the pain just focuses more on physical touch. Like kissing, hugging and holding them. I know it will take a lot of time before i can finally wake up without tears in my eyes. But if my pain of missing him means he’s not in any pain anymore, running without shaking his head or breathing hard and barking whenever and wherever he pleases - I’m willing to take it all. Just for him to be okay and be removed from any physical pain. I hope he was able to bring all the love our family has given to him. I wish he’ll always remember how much he means to me. And that I will love him always and forever.
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