Sorry to hear about Abby. Picture her running free at the bridge now with no more pain, and the happy memories she carries around with her. Its especially sad to loose a family member at this time of year. My thoughts are with your parents. Take care
So sorry to hear this sad news - so many of us have lost our precious companions over the last few weeks :(
May it be a comfort to your parents and you, that Abby had a wonderful, long life and was obviously much loved - bless her she was meant to be with them, and I'm sure she will be sorely missed.
In time this horrid raw pain eases, and you can just look back and remember the happy times.
I'm so sorry about the crematoriums, that isn't very good that they are closed and not returning messages :(
Run free, Abby.
I wish your family comfort while they wait for time to take some of the pain away, so they can 'move on' to the good memories.
Thanks so much everyone, it means so much to be abe to tell people who understand the loss, so many people I know if I was to tell them they'd almost say 'so what, it's only a dog' not because they dont care but because theyve never shared the love of a dog & they dont understand.
I know we've all lost a good few of our treasured companions this last year & I hope that they are all over the bridge playing pain free.
Ive lost my boy Leo (chinese crested x maltese - 14.5yrs)
My parents/family dog Abby (GSD x Lab - almost 14 yrs)
My in-laws dog Deano (Collie x 13yrs)
My friend Shelleys Boxer Jungle (13yrs)
My Friend Susans Lab Jake (13yrs)
My Friend Maris lost her Kelpi x Boxer Daisy-Mae she brought to England from Oz & I looked after in quarantine (I think she was 12 or 13yrs)
I just hope that this year brings less losses for everyone
I'm so sorry for your loss :hug: