September 21st 2013 10:03 am
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I was watching a program at the Animal Planet about using taxidermists to perpetuated the image of your beloved one forever
They do it in Texas - unfortunately no here in Brazil
But could I bear the look of my dog , like a stuffed animal ? I don´t know but I am sure that I have a chalenge of choices
How am I going to bear Peek a Boo´s loss ? I know I have been a good mother for my baby (he has no ailments and his latest blood test was good) but I don´t know how and if I will be strong enough to say goodbye for the love of my life
yes I kown , I am suffering form anxiety and everybody tell me to get prepared for it , even my shrink , but I can ´t handle it as much I try to to follow their advice
Today we just lost a dear friend that we have been keeping in our prayers over more than 7 months ; needless to say that his mommy is davastated and my thoughts and prayers go out to her
If you have a chance please visit his page to leave your love and support for his grieving mommy
thank you all for your kindness !
here is his profile ´s page
and here is his Light a Candle altar
God bless you all and reward you over your beloved babies
love and hugs
Peek a Boo and family
Pawrayers for Brendal's mama. We visited his page and lit a candle for him.
When our mama's heart dog, Katie, died she had her cremated and made a special area in the bedroom decorated with a picture, a poem, a backdrop of a black Schnauzer, flowers in a Schnauzer indoor planter and a statue,
a Toscano (they have online ordering) NG33765, Remembrance and Redemption Angel, the small version. No one likes this angel, they think it is too extreme but our mama feels it expresses what she feels. She found creating a memorial to be therapeutic a little bit. Many Dogsters recommend making a memorial as part of the grieving process.
Advice you find from a dog pawrents is better than from people who haven't loved an animal. We all have tears in our eyes for you, know what you will have to go through.
Simplest is best for now: enjoy each day in a normal fashion and love each other:)
Keeping Brendal's family in our prayers. Mommy does not know what she is going to do when Charlie does either.
Sending Brendal's family prayers.
Boo has a special place under a tree in our back yard. The pain of love lost will be bad and will last long, but you will be okay. Honor your love by sharing it with another. Love lives on forever. Your baby's spirit will always be with you. I fear that taxi will not be the best thing for you. Looking into eyes without that spirit will be so empty. Keep the baby alive forever...in your heart. Ashes on a special place or a grave that you can visit sometime will be the best thing, in my humble opinion. I have loved animals my whole life. I have lost them after as many as 16 years. I have found that for me,the best honor I can give them after they're gone...is to love another who needs it. I believe that is what our cherished friends would tell is to do.
Chewy and Leia are with us now. They cannot take Boo's place, but there's room for them to have a place of their own. I think BooBoo is pleased that the love given to him can now go to another pup who needs it. (Or two.)