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'Dayle & Oliver'

Oliver

March 23, 2012


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I Feel Your Pain
by: Audrey

Dear Dayle:
First I want to thank you for your uplifting words in your comments about my losing Wolfgang. They helped so much. Try to find peace in knowing you did the best anyone could do in the last week of Oliver's life. He really was a beautiful boy! I'm sure he felt your love and knew you were being the best Mommy to him. I'm still having the hardest time. I think I'm over it and then the pain floods back. I try to find comfort knowing Jesus said "not one sparrow falls to the ground without your Father's consent." He loves all His creation and am sure He was with Oliver and Wolfgang when they went to be with Him and I'm sure they're waiting for us and then we'll never be parted.

'Dayle & Oliver' Will Be Missed
by: Tim S

I am so sorry for your loss. Your beloved pet is now free of any pain or discomfort and made whole again playing with all the different types of animals that left us in the past on the meadows beyond the Rainbow Bridge.
God Bless

My tears fall with yours
by: jean

I read your story for your beloved Oliver,
I read it and cried because I have lost so many of my pets, they are pet rats and mice I know but it hurts just the same. Your story reflects my grief exactly, it makes you fell like your losing your mind. It hurts me more now on a night because I am on my own and it all seems so worse and I cry in the night for my angel babies to come back.
Know that I have the same hope as you that we all meet at the bridge and you can introduce me to your lovely Oliver, know that my tears fall with yours, for all our angel babies, all my love, Jean ,from England. x

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