Winston Gufus true to his name

by Kathleen Moineau
(Erie CO 90516)

My boy has been with me since he was 7 weeks old. He immediately showed off his hysterical personality, hence the Gufus part in his name (on his papers his name was Winston Rufus). He was a huge talker and eventually his vocal cords went hoarse and he sounded so funny. He was very smart and very intuitive and very very much my dog. We hiked all over Colorado and he snowshoed with me and he did an across the states trip with me. He was the perfect traveling companion.

I love him dearly and will miss him so very very much. It has been 2 days and my heart hurts so much. He is the love of my life. I never had children so cannot help but be so sorrowful in my loss.

I love you so very much, my dear, dear Winston. You will be with me always.

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So sorry for your loss
by: Karina

I'm so very sorry to hear about your loss. Last week we lost our wonderful Humphrey. Our hearts are broken, so I understand and sympathise with you and know the heartbreaking pain you are feeling. It's overwhelming and you probably feel Gufus's presence is there with you still.

Take care. I'm truly sorry that you have lost your dear Winston. Cry when you need to cry and reflect back on all your photos and memories of him -- this has really helped me.


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