September 13, 2016

Seepie Time

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  • Nat

    Oh sweet little baby…did someone get tucked in, with a good night kiss? 🙂

    Also, glad I’m not the only one who says “seepie”, although I usually go all out and say “seepie nigh-nigh”! 😀

  • Cindy

    I just lost my little blond short hair chihuahua on Sept 2nd. Had him for 7.5 years. He was the light of my life, the center of my universe. I loved him more than life itself. I’m simply lost without him. His name was Louie. It warms my heart to see pictures of your little one. Thank you so much for sharing.

    • Isabella Muse

      oh cindy1 I am so so sorry. I want to hug you right now. xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo! <3!

        • Isabella Muse

          aw cindy your comment ended up in spam! Sorry for the delayed reply. Sad sigh I watched your lovely video! I’m so so so sorry for your loss! I understand, I’ve been there with pets I’ve lost too! Sending out all my love your way! Try to feel good about the beautiful life and home you gave him!!!!!!

          • Cindy

            Thank you Isabella. Thank you for watching the video, glad you liked it. Its so hard to live without my baby. Seeing your baby happy, healthy, and well loved helps to lift my spirits. I hope you continue posting pictures of her.

          • Isabella Muse

            Aw my pleasure Cindy! Wish I was close by to offer a hug. Not to be insensitive but sometimes it is a good idea to adopt again! I’ve had a number of dogs and cats over the years and the pain lessens a whole lot when you have a little baby to come home to. When I lost my cat it was really really hard! About a month later I adopted the sweetest kitten and she made things so much less sad! You might want to explore adopting another dog or puppy, there are so many out there that need forever homes with good people like you! 🙂 I surely will and I’m so happy that her photos bring you some smile or joy 🙂 xoxoxoxoxoox!

          • Cindy

            No need to publish this if you don’t want to. Suggesting that someone get another dog or animal is actually the #1 worst thing you can say to someone who’s just lost a pet. This can be verified by googling” what to say (or what not to say) after pet loss”, and reading the suggested articles. I understand people mean well, but every time I hear that, it’s like a little knife that stabs me in the soul. It hurts. It implies that Louie was equivalent to a piece of furniture, and that he can be easily replaced. Louie was my son. If he had been human, I don’t think anyone would suggest that I have another baby or adopt another child. I lost a beloved yellow lab, Sunshine, 11 years ago. Everyone kept telling me to get another dog, that it would make me feel better. I caved into the peer pressure and got another dog. I felt absolutely no love for that dog for 3 years, and I resented her for not being exactly like Sunshine. That wasn’t fair to either myself or the dog. I will never make that mistake again. I don’t want another dog, I just want Louie back, and there’s not a dog on earth that can replace him, or fill the void he has left.

          • Isabella Muse

            I’m sorry, Cindy! I meant no insult or harm. I truly do understand how you feel as I’ve lost pets as well. What worked for me, obviously is something that won’t work for everyone, I didn’t mean to insensitive. I just hated coming home and not seeing my beloved cat greet met at the door and it really helped when I got another cat to fill that void. I’ve never felt resentment towards her at all and felt like in some sense she saved me a lot of sorrow and tears. I’m truly sorry, I def didn’t meant to insult you or make you feel worst 🙁 We all mourn in different ways. I truly do hope you’ll get some relief from your loss and sorrow, losing someone, pet or another person, is never, ever an easy part of life 🙁

    • Gina

      I’m so very sorry for your loss. I love my dogs more than anyone else ( yes I’m married and my husband knows that fact) and I can imagine, how you feel. I wish, there were words to ease your pain, maybe the story of rainbow bridge brings you some comfort

      • Cindy

        Thank you Gina. I am familiar with that poem and I’ve read it, as well as some other pet loss poems that I have found comforting. I will also be attending a pet loss support group. Their first meeting is this week.

    • Isabella Muse