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    #31
    Re: Sending my "daddy's girl" to the bridge

    Ouch. I can feel your sadness but also your love for your beloved Barbie. You know what the right thing to do is and you will know when the time comes that it's "the day." I am a big dog lover myself, and I understand first-hand how attached we can get to our pets. They are so lovable and yes it is true they have their own endearing personalities. Take care.

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      #32
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      My heart goes to you and your family. I know how much our fur baby means to us. Strength, love and support to you

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        #33
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        Thank you everyone. She went peacefully yesterday morning. Very heartbroken right now.
        lazybarbie.jpg

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          #34
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          For the love they give while with us, it is worth the pain of their loss.
          Stash Treasure Acquisitions Beyond Life Expectancy. My stash keeps me STABLE, oh yeah.... and dark chocolate.

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            #35
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            I am thankful that her passing was peaceful. So very sorry for your loss. Please take comfort in your sweet memories and knowing how much you loved her and how much she loved you.

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              #36
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              I am so sorry, and right there with you. We had to put our 15 yr old dachshund down on Sunday. Very unexpected. Then, today, we got word that my son's dog that was with ex DH had to be put down today, also unexpected. She was only 8 and acted fine until Sunday. Sad times.

              (((HUGS)))
              Donna

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                #37
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                Prayers uplifted. This has been a cancer news filled day. I totally agree f*** cancer.
                Katrina


                “Nothing can dim the light which shines from within.”
                ― Maya Angelou

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                  #38
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                  So sorry to hear. We lost our "firstborn" suddenly also. We took her home from the vet and had a 24hr stay before letting her go. Our Barbie was doing just fine and slowed down on Sunday. I knew she wasn't going to make it much longer. On Monday we scheduled a Tuesday morning appt. She was not using one of her back legs very much. Cancer? Who knows. Her poor little body was just ravaged with cancer.

                  All I can come up with is that there must be an angel shortage in Heaven.

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                    #39
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                    Please accept my sincere condolences. Having just gone through this in November, I know how tough this is. Our Bo was his normal crazy self up to the day before his spleen bled out and it was discovered that he was covered in cancer inside.

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                      #40
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                      I posted earlier but was checking to see how you & Barbie were doing. I am so very sorry. But take comfort in the fact that she left you as peacefully as she could. Picture this...she's is RUNNING & happy & waiting for you. Cry when you need too. Remember Daddy's girl, your beloved Barbie & smile when you can. God Bless you. You were the best Daddy.

                      Edited to add..love the Barbie pose!
                      Gina
                      Last edited by geegeequilts; February 11th, 2016, 10:33 AM.

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                        #41
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                        Sorry to read this, but at least she went peacefully. Now she is at Rainbow Bridge watching over you and waiting for the day you will join her. When I had to put my Mollie to sleep, someone told me the following - when you feel the wind on your face it will be her letting you know she is there, and when you feel raindrops on your face it will be her giving you kisses. That helped me a lot during the months after losing Mollie.

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                          #42
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                          Originally posted by judimccl View Post
                          - when you feel the wind on your face it will be her letting you know she is there, and when you feel raindrops on your face it will be her giving you kisses. That helped me a lot during the months after losing Mollie.

                          This made me cry. I never though of it like this. Thank you.
                          Last edited by mommadeb; February 11th, 2016, 11:29 AM.

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