Coping with a loss of a fur-child is always hard! We know they will pass, but it is still hard!
We usually see poems (like the Rainbow Bridge) written by paw-rents, lamenting the passing of their four legged family member.
But what if our children could send us a message? If they could write in English, here are five touching messages your departed fur-child might have written.
Remember Me With Kind Thought and Tales
(I told you they were touching.)
They would NOT want you to grieve. They loved you too much to ever see you sad. Remember them with love and find new joy!
You KNOW they wouldn’t want you to be sad.
It is HARD to decide that the pain is too much and the Quality of Life is gone forever.
You did the right thing and there is no reason to grieve. Your fur-child would want you to be happy!
There is NO DOUBT that your departed fur-child would NOT want you to cry!
You DO believe Dr. Seuss don’t you?
The Last Days are hard, but the love is still strong!
When they are here and when they are gone. The love stays forever.
My One Hope is that You Will Love ANOTHER Dog
They want to fill your life with NEW joy. They know, just like you do, that you can’t replace them, but you can find new happiness.
Finding a New Fur-Child does NOT Mean you will forget. You will never forget.
This Final Message is Just a Reminder that four Fur-Children Give us Much More Joy than they do Pain.
We hope you were as touched as we were by these messages that your fur-child might have written.
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