I know you're still hurting. It's really hard to lose a pet, especially when you love them so, so much. I'll keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Stay strong!
She always had an intelligent look about her.
I know exactly how you feel. My dear cat Kelsey has been gone 3 and a half years now, and I think about her every day too.
Hi Jennifer,I know its an older post, but I just reached this point. I lost my first ever dog in 1999. He was a rottweiler named Kaiser and the most amazing dog in the whole wide world. Of course they all are, aren't they? He was born in Georgia, and proceeded to travel the United States and even into Mexico with me. We moved to Oregon, Arizona, and finally to Montana. He saw snow, beaches, mountains, horses, cows, and everything else I loved. My dream was to bring him to the place that gave me the greatest joy, and in 1998, we moved to Montana. He is buried at the farm here, under the tree I always went ti when the world was too much for a teenage girl. I still cry, as I am now for him. Abbie will always be with you as he is with me, and I firmly believe they are both in a better place waiting for us to join them. As are all our other cherished friends, 2 legged and 4. I am sorry for your loss. Darcy is a doll, and I have my Tucker, but those first ones to steal our hearts will never be forgotten.JO K.
Hi Jo--Kaiser sounds a lot like Abbie, perhaps not in looks or temperament but in the place he held in your heart. One of my friends called Abbie my "heart dog" and I feel that's a perfect description for her. And for the record, I really love it when people comment on old posts!