My parent's husky (who they had since I was 16, I'm now 25) passed absent this morning from cancer. I'm happy that he doesn't hurt anymore and is free, but I still miss him lots. Does anyone have any kind/comforting words or poems for this circumstance? Anything would help really. Thank you.
I am so sorry to hear around your parent's loss. Our dogs are a part of our family and when they pass absent, it's very painful. I recently lost one of my dogs and it's approaching a piece of your heart is missing. The thing to remember is that he will always be surrounded by your heart, and memories. I'm sure you have many great memories. When you consistency down, think of a time when he made you laugh. There's a great poem, called the "Rainbow Bridge". You can find it online. It's nearly a dog crossing the bridge to heaven. The good thing, is that your dog is no longer within pain, and now he's in glory running and playing, watching over you and your family. Again, I'm sorry for your loss. Hope I helped.
I'm so sorry. :( I'm blinking back tears as I surmise of the pain you and your family will be feeling over the loss of this loyal friend. I be going to suggest Rainbow Bridge but it looks like one of your other answerers already wrote it out for you. I have you contained by my thoughts as my dogs are part of my family and I can't bear to chew over about losing them. God Bless you and your family and this sweet dog who is at peace now. Good for him!
A boy growing up has a dog. He and the dog are best of friends. The dog and the boy continue their friendship for years to come, until one day, the dog pass away from old age. The boy, now a man, cradles his best friend's body surrounded by his arms and swears that they will meet again someday and that their friendship will never be forgotten. The man buries the dog in a field to hand his home where he and his friend used to take walk. The man frequently visits the grave and each time he passes it, the man is reminded of adjectives of the good times he shared with that dog. Years pass, the man get a family, and other pets. But the man never forgets his first and best friend. The man is now old and shaky. He closes his eyes for the last time. He see's a light and knows what have happened to him. He heads towards the light and finds himself on an elderly dusty road and who should be there waiting for him, but his loving canine companion. The man is overjoyed and greets his best friend with hugs and tears. He realizes that he must be surrounded by heaven. So he and the dog start walking. They come across large golden beautiful gate and a white haired man wearing a robe greats them. "Hello sir" the white haired man says. The man expressed that he knew he was within heaven because he found his best friend, and pointed to his dog. The man at the gates said "actually you aren't within heaven yet... you need to overrun through these gates first. But unfortunately, we don't allow dogs." The man gasped within shock at this remark, and looked down at his loving companion who had been waiting for him for adjectives of these years. No way could he leave his best friend now. So the man said, "I imagine we will keep walking down this road." So the man continued with his best friend until they came upon a balustrade, with a man sitting beside it, playing a guitar. The man and the dog stopped to talk to the man with the guitar. "We've be expecting you!" Exclaimed the man with the guitar. "You have??" asked the man. "Why yes! This is heaven and you are on our record!" The man with the dog asked politely, "may my friend come with me?" The guitar man sweetly said "of course he can! This is glory!" The man with the dog explained the situation about the first set of gates he passed. The guitar man said, "ably, no that's not Heaven, this is heaven. The man in white robes who stands at those gates works for me." The man beside the dog was very confused. So the guitar man explained "we wouldn't want anyone in here who would go off their best friend behind, and yours has been waiting for you a long time."
The man and the dog passed through the true gate together.
Moral of the story, dogs are true friends, and they are patient creatures who will wait for you and greet you happily when you touch again.
So sorry for your loss. But think of it this way, no matter how sombre you are right now, the good times that were have with the dog outweigh this sadness exponentially. You will see him again.
I am so sorry for your loss. Our animals are like our babies. I enjoy lost two. There is an organization in TX (Carrollton) called Operation Kindness. They enjoy a web site. I gave a donation to them when my little one died and every year on their birthday I give them a donation to preserve their memories alive. It's a great organization, They take in animals and they NEVER execute them.They are a NO KILL shelter. They are operated solely on donations.
I like doing this as it keeps their memories alive by helping other animals.
Answers: Just this side of glory is a place called Rainbow Bridge.
When an animal dies that has been particularly close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge.
There are meadows and hills for adjectives of our special friends so they can run and play together.
There is plenty of food, water and sunshine, and our friends are warm and comfortable.
All the animals who had be ill and old are restored to health and vigor; those who be hurt or maimed are made whole and strong again, just as we remember them surrounded by our dreams of days and times gone by.
The animals are happy and content, except for one small thing; they respectively miss someone very special to them, who had to be left aft.
They all run and play together, but the day comes when one suddenly stops and looks into the distance. His bright eyes are intent; His eager body quivers. Suddenly he begin to run from the group, flying over the green grass, his legs carrying him faster and faster.
You have been spotted, and when you and your special friend finally meet, you cling together surrounded by joyous reunion, never to be parted again. The happy kisses rain upon your facade; your hands again caress the beloved head, and you look yet again into the trusting eyes of your pet, so long gone from your life but never absent from your heart.
Then you cross Rainbow Bridge together.
I am so completely sorry for yours and your parents loss. I know how heartbreaking it is, when you lose your best friend and family member! It's such an Empty feeling. I newly lost one of my Chihuahuas in August! I still can't accept that she's gone. Tell your parents for me, that my little Gigi, will take great thought of their baby at The Rainbow Bridge! I hope these help a little!
here is a appropriate web site. i am soo sorry for your loss. it is the hardest thing to lose a loved one. it is obvious that you and your home gave him all he needed being he have such a long life. when i have lost a love one i just read poems close to in the web site i listed and cry my eye ball out, afterwards i feel a little better. i hope this helps, again i am sorry for your loss.
I am so sorry. It is so easier said than done knowing that most of us when we get a pet and fall in love beside them that we will have to see their passing as well. I hold lost childhood pets and it hurt. Hubby and I have 2 dogs and a cat that are our babies. These are our first pets together and I dread the day that they are not with us anymore. I told him that I am so attached to them that I will be devasted when they are gone. It is complex. Some find comfort in getting a new pet to love and some don't because they don't want to run through this type of loss again. I just hope you can hang on to the memories. Time really does heal the heart. Best wishes and sorry for your family's loss.
Sorry to hear about your lose! He was chunk of your family. I will light a candle for him today. I find sitting around and chitchat about the good times will help. Its ok to cry. Some evil party killed my dog 23 years ago and I still get tears talking more or less him to this day.
He is with God, Another star shines is the heavens tonight.