Re: Time to say goodbye
Posted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 7:42 am
Thanks everyone it’s been a tough few days since I lost my boy but starting to realise that I did do the right thing and I think that when my boys home with us again I will start to heal.
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Thanks for the kind words as I’ve needed them, this experience losing Gizzmo has been one of the worse days since I lost my mum.bobbys girl wrote:So sorry to hear about Gizzmo. It is never easy to let go, but you have done the right thing.
I can't add any more to what Lilith and booktigger have said. Just know that we are here for you and understand what you are going through. (Hugs)
Thankyou for your kind words it has helped me, these first 3 days have been heartbreaking as I wasn’t really prepared for losing him that soon as he went downhill so quickly this time last week he was ok just off his food.Lilith wrote:Hi Gabby, welcome and hugs.
Why is it, when to release a being from a horribly diseased and disabled body is the last act of love we can give, do we then feel so guilty? We all do, and we shouldn't. Wherever Gizzmo is now he is free and healthy and lively again and I believe you'll be reunited some day.
You've done your best for Gizzmo. Please try and hold on to that, and keep on posting on here - we're here to support you.
Lots of love and hugs, Lil x
Bobby's Girl, my Oody also took the decision out of my hands. Her last gift to me.bobbys girl wrote: ↑Thu Aug 18, 2016 5:12 pmOh Kris, I am so sorry to hear that. We reached that stage with Tommy and had made the decision before he got too bad. it is THE worst thing to have to do. In the end HE took the decision out of our hands, Bless him.
We are so glad we took so many photos of him. I wonder if he knew as he took to looking into the lens and smiling at me. Just make the most of the time and give her anything she wants.
Know we are all thinking about you. Fusses to your girl and big ((hugs)) to you.