Passing On by Steve Smith
When a dog finally passes on, there is an emptiness, a place in our hearts that will never be filled again in exactly the way it was. Because no matter how many dogs we have over the years, each is unique. a friend, and when they go away, our lives are changed forever in many small ways.
A dear friend's daughter lost her woofie on Easter Sunday. He was a sweet soul who gave so much love and support to his family. Please send prayers and purrs that they heal from this loss and that Clarence is happy and healthy once more at the Bridge. I will pass any comments on to the family since they don't have a blog.
Many thanks to Ann of http://zoolatry.blogspot.com for this wonderful graphic.
I personally know that Clarence is now happy and healthy at the Bridge waiting for his family to join him again. I know, this is true, because my brother Grady is there waiting for all of us to join him. Purrs and hugs to Clarence's family.
Purrs and purryaers to Clarence's family. We're very sorry to hear about your loss.
We're sorry for your friend's loss. It is always hard to lose a furry friend.
We are sorry that your friend lost their beloved pet. We wanted to thank you for your kind words after Jill's passing. They were very much appreciated.
Roxy, Lucky, Mom, Dad & PlusOne
We're sending our purrs and purrayers to Clarence's family, because we understand that they have a furry-shaped hole in their hearts right now.
Gypsy & Tasha
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