lucy lou from kalamazoo

i lost a furry kiddo this morning. lucy has went on to the rainbow bridge. she was a part of my life for 15 years.....it is very abrupt, one second she's here, the next *shrug* gone....

lucy lou 1995-2010




What we have once enjoyed
we can never lose;
All that we love deeply,
becomes a part of us.

-Helen Keller

19 comments:

  1. Oh Shannon, I know it is hard to lose a baby. They give us so much and ask for so little. Karmen

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  2. I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. The time we share with our fur babies is never long enough.

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  3. So sorry to hear about Lucy. Hope she meets up with my old buddies, Dickens and Pickwick for some kitty fun and games

    Michele

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  4. Sorry for your loss. I know the rainbow bridge too. She'll be waiting.

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  5. So sorry to hear about your loss!!

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  6. I'm so sorry, Shannon. I know she will be missed. That makes the caption contest all the more important for you. She will be remembered fondly.
    Karen

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  7. I cannot think of anything to say except from the heart how sorry I am. 15 years is a good long time to have the privilege of her presence. Helen Keller's words express it well.

    Anita

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  8. Oh, Shannon, I'm so sorry about Lucy. I know how you are hurting. God bless!

    Becky

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  9. Shannon, I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your sweet, furry friend. I know how hard it is. :)

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  10. I'm sending you a great big Hug ! I know she will be missed. So sorry ! Glenda

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  11. I am so sorry for your loss.

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  12. Shannon-Sorry for your loss-I know it's tough to lose a furbaby.

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  13. Sorry to hear about Lucy. Amazing isn't it how we just *know* it's almost their time to cross the Rainbow Bridge? Maybe she's playing with the beloved beast (Winston)! Hugs! ~ Teresa

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  14. I am sorry for your loss of Lucy. She was a beautiful cat.

    Ardelia

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  15. Aww Shannon,
    I am so sorry. We had to do go through that recently with my daughter's cat. Don't be surprised if you still see him in the house. I still of images of where he used to go, and and I catch myself going to the door when I think I hear a meow. You will get through it.. Just will take lots of time, to heal the emptiness, and the pain.
    Renee

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  16. I hope my Tigger met her on the other side of the bridge. He crossed the bridge last fall. He was 18. I know the empty hollow feeling. Here is a big hug. Maybe it will let you know people are thinking about you!!!!


    HUGSSSSSSSS,
    Dell

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  17. Shannon, I hope my Tigger met her on the other side of the bridge. He was 18. He crossed over last fall. I know the lonely hollow feeling. It hurts!!! So here is a great big hug for you to let you know people are thinking about you.

    Hugssssss,
    Dell

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