I am so sorry to hear about Charlotte.  You are right, she is not suffering 
where she is now.  This damn disease has taken way too many of our beloved fur 
children.
Sue

---- Laura Mostello <hingebacktorto...@yahoo.com> wrote: 
> 
> Charlotte has just passed away.
> I came home from work, went into her room and she was lying on her side, 
> crying and breathing heavily. I ran and let my dogs out, came back to her and 
> held her for what turned out to be about 4 hours. She gradually slowed down, 
> but was responding to my voice for quite a while. Eventually that stopped and 
> I knew she was probably unconscious. She passed at the stroke of midnight, 
> and I know it sounds crazy, but I immediately felt so calm - I can only 
> explain it by saying that as soon as she died I physically felt her suffering 
> end. It was so strange. I am sitting here crying as I write this even though 
> I know it's better and she won't be in pain any more. But she'd been doing so 
> well and eating like a pig. Just this morning she was stuffing her face with 
> chicken. So I thought that maybe I could have her with me for just a while 
> longer, and just maybe she'd be one who survived despite the odds. Guess I 
> was wrong. I hate this disease.
> Thanks everyone for all your help.
> Laura
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