Wordless Wednesday {comfort creature}

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As sad as we both are, I can’t imagine going through this without my comfort creature, my favourite boy Beary.

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  1. dogdaz says:

    There are no words to comfort sadness. There is only time and hugs and compassion. It is never easy to lose a companion animal. The whole world shifts. There is a hole where their body once was. But their spirit: the twinkle and nudge and yelp and silliness, that is still around you. Take comfort in your current loves and know that you were blessed with Bella for the time you had. You are a great Mom, both human and furfriend. We all are sending thoughts and will burn a candle to ensure safe passage to the big meadow over the rainbow bridge. Hugs to Bubba and Bear and you. – Lorian, Louise, Sofie Bear, Noel, Nine, Stella, Mini Cooper and Charles, the Miugwump.

    1. Thank you for your beautiful words. My whole world sure has shifted. x

  2. dogdaz says:

    We are checking on you and Love Bug and Beary from across the pond. When I lost Squash is when I started DogDaz to ease my sadness. Sometimes writing helps. Sending hugs from the DogDazCats2 Zoo

    1. We brought her ashes home on Friday – that has really knocked me around. I think it’s the finality of it. 😦

      1. dogdaz says:

        I understand. It takes time. Her furriness is gone but her spirit will be with you forever.

  3. Just checking in on how you’re doing. Having been there and 19 months later still grieving I feel your loss… We connect with them with such honest and pure love that it becomes unbearable to fathom their loss. I still put fresh water in her bowl every day and light a candle every night so that she doesn’t lose her way and though I may not cry that often any longer, I still feel the pain in my heart. On being ‘prepared’… well, I had 7 months to do that but instead I kept hoping to her very last breath. 7 months of no sleep, no work just taking care of her and I don’t regret one moment of it. Yet prepared I was not. My only ‘comfort’ is that she is now lighter, happier, not afraid of thunder or mean people, just somewhere on her happy fluffy cloud. Since then, a new member has crept in our home [an abandoned 3 yr old girl adopted from a shelter] who is now receiving our love tenfold, something I thought would never be possible yet through her I feel like I’m also sending love to our girl up in the sky. Seeing you with your comfort creature reminded me of that and I guess, all I wanted to say to you is that you are in my thoughts. Hugs to you guys and love to all here on earth and beyond.

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