May 30th 2013 9:54 pm
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Well, I hate the fleas that spring up when you least expect them.
I hate when I get error 4 messages for reasons unknown.
I hate it when Dogster says I maxed out my photo limit when I haven’t.
Okay, maybe HATE is the wrong word for the above because actually they are more of an annoyance than anything else. I can live with them but the one thing that I really, really HATE is loosing my pals.
I feel like I know some of my pals really well. I share what is happening in my world and enjoy reading about what is going on in theirs. Sometimes you find a certain pal that you form a real friendship with and I feel that way about my pal Buttercup. Through the good and bad times she has been a part of my world and me hers. But now she has crossed to the Rainbow Bridge and I feel so sad.
It’s always hard to hear about one of my pal’s crossings not only because my pal is gone but because reality sets in and I know someday it will be my turn. When that time comes I hope Ms. Buttercup meets me at the pearly gates.
Ms. Buttercupi words can’t express how grateful I am that you allowed me to be pals with you. I will always love you.
So sad about Buttercup...
And I agrees with ya... that the toughest part about Dogster... but then it's a good thing we gots each other to share the bad times with as well as the good, makes 'em easier to get thru.....
We're really sorry to hear about your friend, Buttercup.
It's very sad when a friend makes their journey to the Bridge. We take comfort in knowing that there are many great pups and kitties at the Bridge. Wonderful adventures await and their love knows no bounds.
Yup. Gettin' thru those earthly good-byes are not fun. But hopefully the peoples get sum comfurt from friends like you who understand the sadness.
Our hearts go out to Buttercup's family.
We are so very sad for Buttercup's family. We will love her always and cannot imagine Dogster without her.
I'm so sorry about Buttercup.
It is an interesting social concept on how we become part of people's lives due to a web site that we share one thing in common with each other, our pets. We become friends with each other and even though most of us will never meet in person, but we feel connected.
I don't even remember why Coco Rose and I hooked up, but somewhere along the line we did. When my sisfur Jenny died suddenly, it was our pals that helped us through that. Coco and Ko Min, Mia and Woody's people, helped my momma.
It's the same with humans and the Book of Faces. People our humans have never met, become their friends and share human feeling and special events and even sad things that happen.
So Puff, I know what you mean. Our dogs pals are very special to us. It seems in the last few months, we have seen a lot of our pals go to the Bridge and that makes us very sad.
I'm very sorry about your friend. I agree about the love/hate thing. It hurts so bad when a pal goes to the Bridge, but we're better people (and dogs) for having known them.
I know exactly what you mean, Puffy. It's hard to imagine Dogster without Buttercup, and others we've lost ovfur the years. Even though some come back to play with us as angels, real life has poked its nosey in, and real life can be scary and sad. But something we can love about Dogster is all the love and support that reminds us that the good times are worth the pain.
Dat are sad about Buttercup, sending her family lotsa hugs.