Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Get Your Tissues Ready

I have been trying to come up with the words for this post but they are just not there.  Yesterday was a sad day.

We said good bye to Katy.

It was one of the saddest days of my life.  The tears just won’t stop.  I loved her so much.

17 comments:

  1. I'm so sorry to hear this and for your loss. Losing a pet is definately like losing part of your family.

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  2. that was such a good video but soooooo sad. im so sorry she is gone :( <3

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  3. OH my gosh I am so sorry to hear that. I know how much she meant to you. Thinking about you from AZ. Hugs.

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  4. Beautiful video. When we lost our first born son (an English Bulldog named Buster) 6 yrs ago it nearly killed us. I have never cried so much in my life.
    The sadness & guilt over what we could have done differently to help him were almost unbearable. Making a scrapbook of his pics was very therapeutic. Even though we have 2 "boys" now, we still love, remember, and talk about Buster to this day.
    I am so sorry and hope yours and Justin's hearts heal soon.

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  5. oh! i am so sorry to hear about Katy! I wish there were something i could say or do to make you feel better,but i know that sometimes the best thing is just an understanding heart.
    the day i had to put my Lady (my very first dog that was mine-i found her when i was 8 and she passed away when i was 22) to sleep,was one of teh worst days of my life. she had been sick for almost 2 years,cancer was slowly suffocating her and her advanced age made treatment options limited. the day i put her down was a "good" day for her,she was happy to see me and eager to go through our day,but she knew what was going on the moment we got in the car. i couldnt stop crying,and i knew she felt my overwhelming sadness,she knew... i was weeping the entire process. a family member passed away in my arms and it broke my heart!
    i cried for 3 days. and i am not an emotional person if that says anything!!
    prayers and thoughts are with you during this time!
    sending big hugs your way!!!!

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  6. I'm so very sad and sorry to hear about your baby Katy!! My thoughts are with you Stacy. =(

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  7. I am so sorry for your loss. They really are like children to us and there really are no words that can be said to make it any better. Just know I wish you some comfort of heart and that the pain will pass soon.

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  8. So sorry!!! Thinking of you :(

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  9. Thank you all for the words of comfort and love. It helps so, so much.

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  10. SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS!! IT IS A HARD THING TO GO THROUGH BUT JUST KEEP FOCUSED ON THE WONDERFUL TIMES AND MOMENTS SHE BROUGHT TO YOUR LIFE AND THE WONDERFUL LIFE YOU WERE ABLE TO PROVIDE FOR HER.

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  11. I'm so sorry :( Sending you love & comfort!

    T.

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  12. I'm so, so sorry! :( My prayers and thoughts are with you. Losing a pet is so hard.

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  13. Take care... I absolutely understand how hard it is to lose a pet you love.

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  14. I am so sorry, Stacy. I cried like a baby watching Katy's video. We have a 15 year old cat battling lymphoma. It is so hard just thinking about saying goodbye. Big hugs from OK!

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  15. I haven't been reading blogs this week and I am so sorry that I missed this post. I wish I could give you a big hug. I know how hard it is. We just had to put our family dog down (my parents) he had 4 types of cancer and was really really not doing well. It broke all of our hearts, but we know that he was suffering and just miserable. Know your in my thoughts!

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  16. Oh Stacy, I am sorry for you precious loss.

    Knowing how deeply painful it is ..... so, yes, I can definitely relate.

    We had to put our 8 year old Sophie (beagle mix)down last September. She was very ill. We adopted/rescued this sweet gal through Pet Finders. The year before, in September also, our Jamie (champagne/white poodle) practically died in our arms. His heart finally gave out. Our little guy was almost 15. He was given to us from a friend of our vet when Jamie was about 3 months old. I did have the opportunity to named him. Even though our sweeties are gone, they are near and dear to our hearts ..... all the time. So many wonderful memories.

    In October 2010, we adopted/rescued Gidget from Chicago Canine Rescue. She is a keeper! So marvelous and totally funny. Come springtime, or maybe sooner, we will adopt again. I go for the older pets. They are in desperate need of "forever homes" ..... and love em all so much.

    You will pull through Stacey. Best of.

    Marcee

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