Sharyl, I am so sorry for your loss...knowing they are no longer sick is cold
comfort at first, I know. Just remember how your life was blessed to have him
The time is always right to do what is right - Martin Luther King
Date: Sat, 23 May 2009 16:34:51 -0700
Sharyl, I am so sorry to hear this. That is a lot of loss in a short time.
They are so lucky that you found them and gave them love and food and a warm
bed. I hope Mattie will comfort you. You share the loss of sweet CJ. I pray
she will stay with you a long time, too.
Aw Sharyl, I'm so sorry. CJ was the same age and came from dire circumstances
as did my Zuckerman.
I understand the attachment that some make directly to the heart. We love them
all but some do seem to become a part of us. I know this is still too fresh to
appreciate, but CJ died knowing
I'm so sorry your CJ has left you. Gentle Bridge vibes to him, hugs to you,
and hopes for a long life for Mattie.
[mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Sharyl
Sent: Saturday, May 23, 2009 6:35 PM
I am so sorry. Losing any of them is awful. Anemia claimed Dixie
Louise. It is so awful and so fastI, too, pray Mattie will be
with you a long time and that she will fill in for CJ...they do seem
to understand the needs and sadness of their people.
Blessings to you for caring
I'm very sorry Sharyl, sleep soft sweet CJ -
On May 23, 2009, at 6:34 PM, Sharyl wrote:
I had to have CJ (Captain Jack Sparrow) PTS this morning. I had
taken him to the vet Monday and she dx anemia from the FeLV. In
spite of assist feeding and B12 supplements he faded. Went
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