Jenny, My Girl....

by Jeanette Laramie
(Mactier, ON Canada)

The hardest decision I ever made was to have you put to sleep. It was not something I expected to do or even thought of when you came into my life 6 years ago. But, Jenny my girl, you were so sick, yet refused to let me know. Such a brave little Dachshund you were.

I promise to look after your babies. They also miss you so much.

Life was not fair to you, Jenny. But I pray that there is happier life for you in the Beyond. At least maybe you can walk and play there.

It's been 1-1/2 months now since that hardest day,and even as I sit here writing this memorial for you, the tears are flowing and streaming down my face.

I Love you, Jenny... Rest well, my girl, and know you are always in my heart and on my mind.

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RIP Jenny
by: Bev

It is hard when you lose a pet friend, especially when you have to put them to sleep. I'm pretty sure Jenny is in a good place and being taken care of.

RIP Jenny! Your mommy will always remember you!

Thank You!!!!
by: Jeanette

Thank you so much for your commenting on my memorial. You have lifted my spirits.

Awwah
by: Carina

I know, it is so sad. But it will be okay. She is in a better place now. R. I. P. Jenny, & my boy Freckles. ♥

Jenny
by: Anonymous

What beautiful babies she left for you to care for. That is a real privilege. Jenny must have really loved you to do that.

Love and Light, from Joy, UK.

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