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Isabel964

The Time Has Come To Say Goodbye Tomorrow Morning

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Tassie   

Oh my goodness. Look at the pair of them ..... soooooo beautiful.

Thank you so much for sharing the photos of Punpunya and her little Westie bestie. What a beautiful girl she was .. and what a great life she had with you. So sorry last night was so horrible, but you were there for her all the time. Gentle hugs to you and your family and the little Westie kid.

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trifecta   

Sorry I have only just had time to check back in, but I was thinking of you this morning, Isabel, and sending you strength. They are lovely pics, and hopefully it won't be long before you can smile at the memories of Punpunyah. How is her little mate handling things? I hope you can find some quiet time over the weekend..... take some time for yourself, but don't forget we're all here for you :kissbetter:

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So Very sorry to hear this :cry:

what a gorgeous girl she is

RIP Punpunya

Run free in Rainbow Bridge with all the other DOL furkids

imagine how they would all be running around together without pain and ears flapping in the wind

Have your cry when you need to as remember they will always be deep within our hearts forever

I at times ( quite a lot ) look back through pics of mine and have a cry and then have a laugh at their antics ( I found it helps me )

I still miss and think of mine a lot , different things remind me , but they never leave the heart

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You all helped me so much through this. Heart felt thanks. I'm so glad I was there to the end. So glad I waited for the home visit. It was actually so good and peaceful. I couldn't have wished for better.

My little Westie is sad. But she knows Punpunya is gone - she saw her, no visible reaction. But she would refuse to go for a walk without Punpunya, and resist going so much if was impossible. Now she doesn't resist. She doesn't look for her. She isn't eating much, sometimes she refuses to eat - no appetite. But then I can usually get her to eat something a bit later. She spends time under a corner coffee table. I call iit her sad place. She is sad and grieving but not fretting. So it seems normal. We are looking for a rescue to give her company.

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What's your gorgeous westies name Isabel? I suspect she'll grieve for a couple of days then I hope she'll be OK. hug.gif

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Boronia   

You all helped me so much through this. Heart felt thanks. I'm so glad I was there to the end. So glad I waited for the home visit. It was actually so good and peaceful. I couldn't have wished for better.

My little Westie is sad. But she knows Punpunya is gone - she saw her, no visible reaction. But she would refuse to go for a walk without Punpunya, and resist going so much if was impossible. Now she doesn't resist. She doesn't look for her. She isn't eating much, sometimes she refuses to eat - no appetite. But then I can usually get her to eat something a bit later. She spends time under a corner coffee table. I call iit her sad place. She is sad and grieving but not fretting. So it seems normal. We are looking for a rescue to give her company.

I am sorry for your loss Isabel :hug:

if you are going to get another dog perhaps contact Danielle at All Westie rescue http://www.allwestierescue.com/

Danielle is a good woman.

and here is their facebook page if you would like a read

https://www.facebook.com/All-Westie-Rescue-210408315642997/

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My Westie is Jindi. You've known her before. I had to disappear because I got stalked on the Internet. I came back after 5 years with a new username.

Thanks for the reference to Danielle. I would absolutely have given her a call. But I've committed to take on a kelpie staffy cross. She is a rescue, had been dumped and then taken back during a 2 week trial. I've had her 24 hours and Jindi quite likes her and that's the important thing. So far so good. I'm exhausted from everything though!

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Tassie   

You poor thing. But it's good that Jindi quite likes the new girlie. Do hope that everything works out well for you. Sometimes things just fall into place .. hope this is one of those times. But take care of yourself too!

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Oh yes I remember your previous DOLlife now you've reminded me!!! And Jindi is just gorgeous - she really reminds me of Mac. I hope she'll be very happy with her new friend. And good on you for taking on another rescue - lucky dog! thumbsup1.gif

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You said that before- that she reminds you of of Mac :)

Jindi is just 10 years old now. But a month ago she was diagnosed arthritis. I didn't think that felt right. After specialist vet X-rays and then an MRI she was diagnosed with a tumour in her spine. She was given 3 months to live. I cried non-stop for a fortnight - I was so shocked and gutted. ,I'm determined to get another few years with her and she is on an anti cancer diet and immune boosters, tumeric paste etc ????

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