Life in the Slow Lane
Both those stories were sad. I couldn't leave a comment at either place but I do feel sorry for both of them.Hug Yoshi for me will you..
thanks krankiI could not leave a comment on Michelles blog however I send my sympathiesWhen I came home to find I-Lean the way she was, it was a no brainer as to what Ineeded to do next, I guess the vet part of my just went on to auto pilot when I started drawing up the blue juice.I told I-Lean to go find Helen and Keller, the two dogs I had who she knew, I think all the animals I have had are all together somewhere waiting for me but inthe meantime and having a good time doing doggie, kittie and cowie things...I hope I get to go where they are...
I feel for both of them. Pets add so much to our lives... such hard times when they pass.
I know you and I dont know each other very well, but well enough for me to ask this- I hope ;-)Can I have your snail mail address? I'm sending out holiday cards and I want to send you one. You've had a rough year and some extra cheer would be nice.
Losing pets is so hard and so sad. I'm glad that the only pets I have right now are sea-monkeys. I won't even notice if they die. :(
Went to see Dagny, but couldn't comment at Michelle's. My heart goes out to them both, though. Hope you're feeling better, Kranki!
Losing pets is the same as losing family. Hope they both can cope OK.
Loosing a pet is something nobody wishes for, loosing a cancer is something I wish for every cancer carrier!SK,How the painkillers confuse my counting at:Metastatic Liver Cancer
Add Miss Doxie to that list. (www.missdoxie.com) She lost one of her dachsunds this weekend.
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