GLOW to heal your heart, cindy. elvis knows how much you loved him, and
those are their memories he carries with him now as he bounds about the
bridge, chasing after those cats who want to play!

hardest part of the critter-parenting job is learning when it's time to let
go, and whether we want to help them on their journey or not. everyone's
truth about that is different, and, i know in my case, with experience and
lessons taught by my fur children, my truth has grown and deepened with
time. i make very different decisions, and at different times than i did
with my first companions....

"love them while you have them, for no matter how long that is, it's never
long enough."


On 9/28/07, cindy reasoner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I haven't been able to post in a long time.  I haven't
> really been able to read any post but today I was able
> to read a few.  I am not sure what is going on with
> this site but all I know is that many caring people on
> this site helped to save my precious Smokey.  He is
> still doing good.  I am sorry for any of you that
> might have lost any of your babies since I have been
> away.  We lost our dog Elvis about 3 weeks ago and it
> has been very hard.  He was 12 years old and had liver
> cancer.  He had gotten really bad and we had to make
> that awful decision to have him euthanized.  I took
> him a rawhide to eat before the doctor did it. I was
> able to spend some time alone with him before letting
> him go. I hugged him the whole time and told him how
> special he was. We didn't want to see him suffer and
> he was getting very close to that point.  It was my
> first time to go through this.  I am so glad now that
> I stayed with him until the end.
> Cindy
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