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one german and one swiss- they were the light ofour lives for 10 and 11 years - when Kim the white alsation went first we thought the grief was unbearable - then last month we lost Shebaher compansion for 10 years also - the grief is now immeasurable - but Sheba was ready to go - she id not fight it and seemed to give up at the end - the hole in our lives is enormous - so much bigger than we ever realised it would be - it is still extremely painful that we understand the enormous loss thta everybody who loses a pet feels
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Oh Dear Beran,
I am so sorry to hear of your loss of both of your precious babies. It is so unbelievable and so hard to deal with. Please come here often, share life stories of your Kim and Sheba, and grieve. Grieve, don't hold anything back as the hole in your heart they both left needs some serious healing. We are here for you.
My thoughts are with you, your family and Kim and Sheba.
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My heart goes out to you! I also went through the double loss with my Siberians, Luke and Lil. They were 13 and 12 years old, and they both left me in July of this year, three weeks to the day apart! Devastated is a word that doesn't even come close to describing the pain that has followed!
These precious babies became such a part of our family from day one. To have them for so long, to have such deep love for them, and then all of a sudden, they're both gone! I don't have to tell you the depth of agony that has gone along with this. It's been 11 weeks and 8 weeks since the losses. The pain has decreased from the initial days and weeks, but there are still horribly difficult times when I just miss them so badly I don't know what to do. I have seen signs that they are OK and still checking on me from time to time, and that has helped me a great deal....but I just want them back, healthy and happy again! This forum has been a life saver for me. The support that I've received here has been wonderful. I suggest you come here often, as well. May God Bless you and give you comfort in your pain! LukeAndLilsDad (Rick)
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It must be especially heartbreaking to lose them both. I am so very sorry. I think a lot of people are surprised by the depth of their grief when they lose their beloved babies. I know I was. Maybe we are programmed at an early age to view their deaths as something less important than the deaths of human family members, when they are actually just as important, if not more. As you said, the grief is immeasurable. A grief counselor asked me if I thought that the depth of my grief should match the depth of my love. I told her that I thought that just made sense. I never understood why she asked. My thoughts are with you.
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I am very sorry to hear of your devastating losses. I know the extreme heartache you're experiencing at this time. Losing a beloved pet(s) is a very sad time. You miss everything about your sweet babies and wonder if you will ever feel better again. Time is a great healer, but grief can be a very long journey. Coming to this site and talking about your feelings really will help, as does prayer. Your petloss family understands everything you're going through and we will help you through this very sorrowful time. When I first lost my precious bunny boy, I didn't think I would ever recover from the loss. The first months were so sad and depressing. In time, you will relive the sweet memories of your babies and your heart will lighten.
Mare precious Christoph ~ 2 years at the bridge ~