Being at home is the hardest part. Our whole house was decorated and organized to be Maggie-proofed because she was always getting into messes! She loved to cause trouble and was truly Maggie the messmaker!
The reminders of her little sweet self are everywhere and almost too much to bear. I have so many happy memories of her: climbing in the boxes every time I was packing up artwork to send out. To her "helping" me gesso a canvas. I still have her painty paw prints in my studio! She loved climbing on our desk when I was on the computer -- she would block the monitor so I couldn't see, sometimes pawing at the mouse cursor. Always a kitten at heart!
I know in time we will heal and the pain will lessen. Thank you again for all your many wonderful comments of support. It really helps!
Again, I am sorry for you and I will say a prayer for you and Maggie tonight.
Rest in peace sweet little Maggie. <3
remember I still don't put the toilet paper on the holders and Belle who nibbled it when she was bored has been gone two years in a few days.
love and hugs to all of you...
I have tears running down my face as I read about the loss of your dear sweet Maggie. It'll be 5 years on July 4th that I lost my dear boy Spritle under very similar circumstances. He was only 4 and we don't know why he suddenly got sick.
It's heartbreaking to know that you are going through the same thing right now. Please don't let the guilt and "only if" scenarios consume you. Not knowing the cause is very difficult because you can't help but think there was something you could/should have done differently.
It's obvious how much Maggie was loved. She knew it, and you need to let that be a comfort to you. Treasure the memories of the short time you had with her. Let yourself grieve your loss. Know that people care about you and are so sorry for your pain. ((((many HUGS))))
Jill in WI
maggie had a life full of love, she could not have asked for better parents. you'll see each other again in the hereafter. lots of love and hugs to you!
I feel your pain every time I think about your loss. Just please remember that your family and friends (and you internet friends) are all here to help and support you in any way you need.