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    I'm sorry to hear this Judge, my hear goes out to you

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    I'm so sorry Judge. This has touched me so profoundly, I am brought to tears.

    My lot are gathered around me and we all send you our strength.

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    Thank you all so much for your kind words.

    I will share our story with you all soon and can only hope you will understand. For the time being the wounds are too fresh so to speak and I need time.

    Dorte I will reply to your PM soon. Still in tears from reading it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    You shouldn't be scared to tell us, if you and Cleasanta believe it is the right thing to do, then we will all understand.
    Poor Mully, I will be thinking of you and your girl
    Feed her lots and lots of chocolate throughout the day, all her forbidden treats
    haven't read through to the last page yet, but this post bothers me greatly!

    Why? Because Myf is right.

    At a time that dear Judge may need us the most, to be loving, caring and above all else 100% supportive without being judgemental - for very good reason she has made the decision she can't trust us to act in that way.
    That is the saddest part of all, IMO.

    Judge, remember that important decisions are always the hardest. May you get through this as best as possible. My thoughts are with you. XXX

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    So sorry to hear the sad news.

    Be safe in the knowledge that you are doing what is right for Mully, it is the hardest decision to make but to keep her here for yourself would be selfish so know that you are doing a selfless act, which is admirable.

    My thoughts are with you.

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    Thinking of you and your precious pooch today.

    She will live on in memories, love and peace.

    Be gentle to yourself.

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    Post A Poem for You

    Hi Judge,

    My thoughts are with you today. i found this poem for you...i hope you like it.

    A LOAN FROM GOD
    God promised at the birth of time, a special friend to give,
    her time on earth is short, he said, so love her while she
    lives. It may be two or three years, maybe more or less,
    but will you, till I call her back, take care of her for me?
    A wagging tail and cold wet nose, and silken velvet
    ears, a heart as big as all outdoors, to love you through the
    years. Her puppy ways will gladden you, and antics bring a
    smile, as guardian or friend she will, be loyal all the while.
    She'll bring her charms to grace your life, and though her stay
    be brief, when she's gone the memories, are solace for your
    grief. I cannot promise she will stay, since all from earth
    return, but lessons only a dog can teach, I want you each
    to learn. Whatever love you give to her, returns in triple
    measure, follow her lead and gain a life, brim full of simple
    pleasure. Enjoy each day as it comes, allow your heart to
    guide, be loyal and steadfast in love, as the dog there by
    your side. Now will you give her all your love, nor think the
    labor vain, nor hate me when I come to call, to take her
    back again? I fancy each of us would say, "Dear Lord, thy
    will be done, for all the joy this day shall bring, the risk of
    grief we'll run." "We'll shelter her with tenderness, we'll love
    her while we may, and for the happiness we've known,
    forever grateful stay." "But shall the angels call for her,
    much sooner than we've planned, we'll brave the bitter grief
    that comes, and try to understand."

    I hope that this warms your heart a little...

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    Katey, that is beauitful, and so apt for Judge to read at this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katey_charm View Post
    Hi Judge,

    My thoughts are with you today. i found this poem for you...i hope you like it.

    A LOAN FROM GOD
    God promised at the birth of time, a special friend to give,
    her time on earth is short, he said, so love her while she
    lives. It may be two or three years, maybe more or less,
    but will you, till I call her back, take care of her for me?
    A wagging tail and cold wet nose, and silken velvet
    ears, a heart as big as all outdoors, to love you through the
    years. Her puppy ways will gladden you, and antics bring a
    smile, as guardian or friend she will, be loyal all the while.
    She'll bring her charms to grace your life, and though her stay
    be brief, when she's gone the memories, are solace for your
    grief. I cannot promise she will stay, since all from earth
    return, but lessons only a dog can teach, I want you each
    to learn. Whatever love you give to her, returns in triple
    measure, follow her lead and gain a life, brim full of simple
    pleasure. Enjoy each day as it comes, allow your heart to
    guide, be loyal and steadfast in love, as the dog there by
    your side. Now will you give her all your love, nor think the
    labor vain, nor hate me when I come to call, to take her
    back again? I fancy each of us would say, "Dear Lord, thy
    will be done, for all the joy this day shall bring, the risk of
    grief we'll run." "We'll shelter her with tenderness, we'll love
    her while we may, and for the happiness we've known,
    forever grateful stay." "But shall the angels call for her,
    much sooner than we've planned, we'll brave the bitter grief
    that comes, and try to understand."


    I hope that this warms your heart a little...
    Thank you so much

    I am trying to understand but it is very hard...there are so many "what if's?"

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    Every moment of life is full of 'what if's' Judge. I personally believe it is a form of self-beating. Destiny will throw at us what it will, and life is often harsh enough without us adding the burden to ourselves wondering what we could have done to prevent certain things happening.

    Someone above made a wonderful comment IMO - be gentle to yourself.

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