10 comments on “RIP Daisy

  1. Always hard to lose your friend, as I found out when I lost my old battle axe a cat who was called -Holsten You Know What You Like Pilsner Lager – known as Holsten for short. I miss him when he was alive I’d talk about my day when I came home. When I was ill he’d curl up with me and purr. Don’t let anyone tell you it’s just a pet you’ve lost, not so they are your family your friend, your listener, you could put the world to rights with them. Take care and although she gone she will always be in your memories and heart.

  2. My heart goes out to you and your loss. A is so much more than a pet, they are a part of our family, a best friend who is always there for you unconditionally. My 2 girls are 13, and I am already stressing these final years. Best wishes, and I hope you find a new friend to always be at your side soon.
    -Bill Sr.

  3. Aw, so sad to hear. Anyone who has experienced the love, devotion and companionship of their dog knows what you are feeling. We talk about and remember ours all the time, and hope he is happy in doggie heaven, hugs from Donna

  4. Again, saddened by your loss. Friends of any sort are hard to come by, as well as unconditional love… I hope you are beginning to recover yourself. I lost a fur friend 10 months ago, and for weeks, I kept almost seeing her around her favorite laughing spots. Out of the corner of my eye, I’d almost see her right where I expected to see her… Eventually the visions and pain faded, and now all I remember is the love. Take Care


    • Hi Dave thank goodness you mentioned about seeing your fur friend out of the corner of your eye. Some people thought I was mad when I mentioned it. I had the same experience as you. But now I’m just left with happy memories.

      • This is a common occurrence when we lose a loved one. So common, that some pretty famous people began to believe in spiritualism / ghosts . All it is is our subconscious desire to see what we expect / hope to see. When we accept our loss, that expectation begins to fade, leaving us with what was there all along, the love. No not a crazy response, a very normal one.

      • Never the less it is pretty upsetting when it first happens. But still I ‘m pleased I’m not the normal only one!

  5. I am so sorry for your loss. As an owner of three dogs, including one mastiff, i understand just how devastating the loss can be. If all of us loved like dogs, the world would be a much better place. Prayers are with you and your family.

  6. Just thought, I see how you are doing? Was sorry to hear about your loss, but sometimes little time helps. Those who haven’t been close to a fur family member may not understand. Hope you are doing ok .

    Dave Land

    Sent from my iPad


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