For those of you who have followed my Daisy with her struggles of in and out of the Doggie Hospital. Yesterday she came home just after 11:00 a.m. and by 2:45 she couldn't stand up by herself. I called the Vet and told her I was bringing her back and she said OK she would get a room ready for her. I started my car and went to pick her up and she whimpered as I gently lifted her and she passed away in my arms. I couldn't stop crying. I held and hugged her. She worked so hard to live and now it was over. I called my brother and told him what had happened and he started crying saying NO NO. I asked him to please come home. He loved her so much. She was his little Daisy Fuentes. She will be burried here; her home she loved so much.
Loss of a loved pet is so unbearable. Cloe was beside herself. She knew something had happened. She kept circling and circling, looking for her sister. They say pets are in touch with human feelings. My Pupsters wouldn't leave my side. They had their heads on my lap all night. They knew I was in distress and wanted to comfort me. They are a great comfort and they know how much I love them all.
Keep your friends close but keep your fur-babies closer. I'm still crying as I write this.
Take care and