Originally Posted by marko
It is very hard, but it does get easier with time.
We recently lost a Husky 3 months ago that we were very close to.
It was quite difficult and we shed many tears, but now I tell my wife that at the Rainbow bridge Rex gets to eat homecooked meat filled lasagna with TONS of parmasean cheese. He gets to have triple portions.
It makes her smile, me too.
Only good happens at the Rainbow Bridge. There is no suffering there.
To all who have lost their furry/furless bundle of joy, you have our condolences and our support.
Oh the tears!! we to lost our girl years ago and just reading your post has made me ball my eyes out. Its been three years for us and it gets easier but only in the sense we try not to think about it all of the time but when we do we both start crying. Maryjane who we lost was a golden retrvr. and our husky who we got to fill the void the nite we put mj down we named her Gracie. You know how you say Grace before x-mas diner to say thanks.We called her Grace because we are thankfull we have her in the moments we miss our MJ.