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    Having had (and lost) many cats through the years, I've found that having 2 at the same time really helps when you lose one; the other one is still there, and will help you through the loss.
    "L'enfer, c'est les autres"

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    Quote Originally Posted by No Time Toulouse View Post
    Having had (and lost) many cats through the years, I've found that having 2 at the same time really helps when you lose one; the other one is still there, and will help you through the loss.
    2 dogs..... Been there, done that. Never again. They teach each other all their bad habits.!
    Of course I'm sure...that doesn't mean I'm right.....

    "There's no sense being stupid unless you show it."

    "that was like trying to teach a goldfish how to play basketball over the phone."

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    Dude.

    Don't read that "rainbow bridge" poem. SRSLY.

    I had one from pup to 17 years of age, about 10 years ago. My shadow. Knew lots of English, and knew body language even better. Unquestioning devotion. Little things remind me of some skill or quirk of that dog, and I get sad all over again.

    Nuf said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Touch0Gray View Post
    I lost it......... I was vacuuming the rugs as not coming up with the cannister full of fur, my wife and the girls (grand daughters, 6 and 3) came in. The girls wanted to bury Lace's ashes and build a monument. I can't yet.
    I sort of know what you mean. Little reminders crop up. A few days after Sparky went, we got a card from the vet and all the people there who looked after him. That and the little dog angel pin in the envelope about did me in.

    I still can't read that rainbow bridge thing.

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    so sorry to hear
    one nation, under surveillance with liberty and justice for few

    still not figgering on biggering

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJay View Post
    Dude.

    Don't read that "rainbow bridge" poem. SRSLY.

    I had one from pup to 17 years of age, about 10 years ago. My shadow. Knew lots of English, and knew body language even better. Unquestioning devotion. Little things remind me of some skill or quirk of that dog, and I get sad all over again.

    Nuf said.
    for 8 years we spent 24 hrs a day together...after she tore her ACL and wouldn't come up to the 3rd floor any more, it was about 10 or 12. I didn't have to talk to her, a glance was enough. we new what each other was thinking, if we were in the yard and a deer would show up she would drop to her haunches and look back at me......"look daddy I'm a good girl". She was afraid of wild turkeys, with good reason, and unlike a LOT of dogs, NEVER rolled in anything that stunk, he had a philosophy, if it is too gross to eat, roll in it. Fortunately OR NOT, she never considered anything too gross to eat!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Of course I'm sure...that doesn't mean I'm right.....

    "There's no sense being stupid unless you show it."

    "that was like trying to teach a goldfish how to play basketball over the phone."

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