Jazzi's special thoughts and feelings....to share with you all

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Happy-Healthy New Year from our family

December 31st 2009 6:15 am
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My family and I wish you the best 2010 ever. Our year has been full of much joy and many challenges....we know each day is a gift and we intend to live each day in 2010 with that in mind.We will embrace all that comes with strength, tenacity, and thankfulness.

I also want to share, both Sissy and I have a new boyfriends. It is wonderful to have someone to love Sissy in her golden years....as well as share my heart with a special angel at the bridge.

To each of you...thank you for being part of our lives and hearts.....you make each day special.

May your New Year be full of love, peace, joy, and the knowing awareness you are never alone....put your paw over your heart and we are there.

"What lies BEHIND us and what lies BEFORE us are small matters compared to what life WITHIN us."

~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Our hearts are connected by paws.

Sunshine hugs of happiness, Jazzi Sunshine Angel, CK, Sissy and family

 

A very beautiful diary entry written by my doggie sister,- Sissy.....

October 18th 2009 11:17 am
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Dear Friends,

We are home safely from our cabin trip. It was so nice to have the time away to rest, relax and be together. We missed each of you, but you never left our hearts. After all, our hearts are always connected by paws!

For the most part, it was cloudy and rainy the first 4 days at the cabin….We know our precious Jazzi Sunshine Angel was working over time to let us know she was there. Often we caught a beautiful glimpse of the sun hidden behind the clouds………….we felt her presence at all times. You will see the pictures on my page. The last night there, Jazzi blessed us with the most incredible sunset (picture on her page)…as if she was saying...I am at peace. I live within all of you.

We have never traveled with CK before. He did very well and had a fun time. My Granny and Papa came and spent a couple of days with us, too. ti was such a great family time.

Mommy rested some and is still recovering from the flu. I rested as well. Got lots of frosty paws and pampering!

We rescued one dog and kitty while there. The animals seem to find mommy everywhere. They are in new loving homes in Oklahoma.

Our trip was much different than anticipated…the second day there, mommy received a phone call from one of her dearest friends. Mommy didn’t think too much when the call came in as they talk a lot. However, her friend was calling to let her know that her husband died. Mommy and dad were so shocked and saddened. Mommy’s friends’ husband had cancer, just like my daddy’s…..as a matter of fact, my daddy was his cancer buddy and huge supporter…..hit daddy really hard. I think Daddy was his hero, as I know he is ours.

Our precious friend’s death definitely changed the tone of the trip……….really put things in perspective. I caught mommy holding daddy tightly and saying, “thank God you are a live.” So, as all of you can imagine, the trip was different than expected. Our hearts are still heavy and with each minute of each day, we count our blessings…no matter how tough life can be. Mommy always says, we can’t change life, but we can continue to live life to the fullest and keep our hearts and minds appreciative and giving.

After much thought and really missing the sunshine, we realized why it was so cloudy and rainy, as our Jazzi Angel was working so hard to help our precious friend to heaven…………………once he arrived peacefully, she could light up our world with sunshine and healing love. She was right where she needed to be.

One more thing….to all those of you with cancer or who know someone with cancer….never give up hope and remember….

“WHAT CANCER CAN NOT DO
Cancer is so limited
It cannot cripple love
It cannot shatter hope
It cannot corral faith
It cannot eat away peace
It cannot kill friendship
It cannot shut out memories
It cannot silence courage

It cannot invade the soul
It cannot reduce eternal life
It cannot quench the spirit”
~Author Unknown

Golden hugs of love and appreciation, Sissy and family

 

Sending sunshine and happiness to all...

October 11th 2009 5:09 am
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See you next week!

Sunshine hugs of love, Jazzi Sunshine Angel and family

 

Our hearts are connected by paws and sunshine....

October 7th 2009 4:43 am
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Hello special friends,

Hope sunshine is filling your hearts with much happiness and peace....for each of you deserves it!

Wanted to thank you again for all the power of the paw for my sister, Sissy. She is FINALLY doing better, thanks to all of you. Wow, what an ordeal....we are moving forward!!! I have to tell you something cute! Sissy has not jumped on anything for a looooooooooooooooooong time! Yesterday at Granny and Papa's (as I was watching over her), she did the happy-happy doggie dance and jumped on the couch! We laughed!! Now, granted, she is still limping and has to be careful....but that awful tumor was really causing problems for her. Of course she will continue with hip dysplasia and arthritis, but you have to appreciate the small stuff....and this warmed our hearts! Thanks again!

Also wanted you to know we are headed to the cabin for some R & R!!! We will be leaving on Sunday, the 11th (mom and dad's anniversary) and returning on the 18th! It couldn't be a better time because Sissy is improving and mommy is now sick. The peace of the country, hot tub and watching the sunrise in the mornings will help her get well. It will bring healing energy to their minds, bodies and spirits.

Please know there is no -fi there and we won't be in contact!!! However, the best part of being an angel is… I will always be with you all no matter what. Remember, our hearts are connected by paws. If you miss me or wonder where I am….look to the sun, even if there are clouds, I am there…or put your paw over your heart, I am there.

I know mommy and daddy will find this trip bittersweet...as last year, it was our best time together before the sun lifted me to the bridge. Lots of good memories..............lots of sad memories followed.

Well, just wanted to update you on Sissy and let you know how much we appreciate and love you all. You are pawsome!

A couple of thoughts for the day!

"Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine."

~Anthony J. D'Angelo, The College Blue Book

"Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.”

~Rabindranath Tagore

Power of the paw and take care of you!!!

Sunshine hugs of happiness and love, Jazzi Sunshine Angel and Family

 

My dear kitty friend, Scooter, has come to the bridge today!

September 28th 2009 7:24 pm
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Dear friends,

It is with great sadness, I come to you to let you know our precious Scooter is now an angel. His mommy loves him so much. She let him go peacefully in the warmth of the sun with me to the bridge today.

He is resting comfortably and ever so peacefully...the rainbow bridge is blessed with another beautiful Angel.

Please help support his mommy during this painful time. She needs us.

Sending comfort and peace to you,

Jazzi Sunshine Angel

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Sending sunshine to all....

September 26th 2009 8:38 am
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Special friends,

I must say it has been a while since I have updated my diary. Angel work keeps me busy and on the move! Each day I send sunshine, healing love and peace to you all. I am where I need to be each moment of every day. If you every feel alone, please put your paw over your heart and feel the warmth of the sun…yes, it's me.
I have been busy supporting all those in need, and helping my sister, Sissy after her big surgery. I want to thank you all for supporting Sissy and my family during this time. It has been quite an ordeal and yet, their strength, tenacity and courage will always inspire me. Sissy is improving with each new day and mommy is smiling again. I know how much she will always miss me, and yet, she smiles now when she feels the warmth of the sun of her face. I love to see my mommy smile.

Mommy, daddy, Sissy and Ck are getting ready to take a cabin trip in a couple of weeks. I will be there in spirit. Mommy finds herself so thinking of me. Our cabin trip last year was our final one....it was amazing and I am so thankful we had that very special time together. Although every moment we shared was special....this will always be in our hearts because things so drastically declined shortly after the trip and then I went to the bridge.

I know this trip will be bittersweet for my family. It will be for me, too. It’s hard to imagine I have almost been at the bridge for a year.

I want to thank you for being in my life....and when that first bridge anniversary does role around....feel the sunshine in your heart.

Mommy will do a celebration for me on my anniversary.....her heart will really feel sad, and yet, she feels so grateful (as I do) we had so much time together.

I need to go spread more sunshine and joy to all those who need some extra love and support....I just wanted to remind you...

Please do me a favor and send lots of positive energy and the power of the paw to a good friend of mine who I will carry to the bridge soon. His name is Scooter, please visit his page, as he and his family need all of our support. www.catster.com/cats/ 370741

Our hearts are always connected by paws!

My sister, Sissy, shared this with so many, but it truly can be shared more than once....hope it remains forever in your heart:

"May there be peace within. May you trust that you are exactly where you are meant to be. May you not forget the infinite possibilities that are born of faith in yourself and others. May you use the gifts that you have received, and pass on the love that has been given to you. May you be content with yourself just the way you are. Let this knowledge settle into your bones, and allow your soul the freedom to sing, dance, praise and love. It is there for each and every one of us."

~Author unknown


Sunshine hugs of happiness, Jazzi Sunshine Angel

 

What a Celebration! Thank you for the bottom of my heart!

July 30th 2009 7:37 am
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Thank you everyone for making my first birthday/got’cha day at the Rainbow Bridge so pawesomely special! It was a difficult day all around. On the morning of my brithday/got’cha day a very special friend came to the bridge to be with me. Gavroche has always been my hero and a special part of my heart since my first day on Catster. He and his family are very special to me….I went to be with him while he peacefully transitioned…together wrapped in my sunshine wings, we flew to the bridge….he arrived safely and peacefully at the bridge. While he was glad to be there to celebrate my special day….he was so sad to leave his mommy…Oh how I understand…and I saw the pain on his mommy’s face, it was so intense, so familiar………………..so heartbreaking. After the celebration, we laid together in the sunshine, with Angel Belle and Angel Amelia by my side, sending love and healing thoughts to his mommy.

Lately, there has been so many sick pups and kitties and transitions to the bridge…while it greatly hurts our hearts, please know all of us Angels are with you….you are never alone. We work diligently to make sure peace and comfort is with each you. Honestly, we don’t’ know why this thing called the circle of life often takes the direction it does …However, we do know…together, all of us, can help each other overcome and walk this journey with peace, strength, and healing love. Live in the here and now….Take my paw…I will walk with you always.

All the Angels at the Bridge celebrated my special day and all the wonderful fur kitties and pups honored me from earth…wow, still hard to imagine that me, one little Sunshine Angel Kitty, can be so blessed…. and all of you, both from the bridge and on earth, formed an invisible, yet ever so strong, circle of support and love around my mommy (Daddy, Sissy & CK too). Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Words can never express what each of us means to us.

My birthday/got’cha day for my family was a difficult day all around….it was more than celebrating and missing me…It was a day full of emotions and heartache. It was day full of losing friends, attending a human funeral, realizing my sweet sis, Sissy, is closer to joining me than ever before, mommy’s doctor’s appointments revealed more health issues, finding out Granny needs more surgery, the list goes on and on….wow…what a day! It rained and thundered most of the day……but late in the afternoon, I sent mommy a rainbow to remind her how incredibly strong and special her spirit is…..and how there is always hope and sunshine beneath the clouds. Mommy, I won’t ever let you lose sight of that! You never let me…..and I will never let you. I am your sunshine, “the wind beneath your wings….”

My birthday/got’cha day was also filled with many blessings and much joy…one of my bestest pup pals, Scooter, walked to me while I was visiting the PAWS angels Group…..the greatest gift I could have asked for. Scooter, I am so thrilled you are healing…take care my special friend. Seeing you walk…there are no words! Meow! And my precious Tortie friend, Madi, she is making a remarkable recovery…talk about an amazing spirit…Madi, you are a true inspiration…Muppet, your spirit shines…my pawsome girlfriend, Shadow’s kidneys are doing well and the medication for her hyperthyroidism is working….my little sweet Sally Maria is holding her own with her cancer, arthritis and thyroid issues…OMC!!!! The list goes on and on….too many joys and blessings to write….Thank you for all these wonderful gifts…for each of you are truly what makes my sun shine.

As most of you know….we have been having difficulties staying connected with Catster/Dogter (on the pc) for many days now. HQ is working so hard to help…thank you. And Ms. Hazel Lucy and others are working to figure it out too. My BFF, Pie, has been keeping my family and me updated via regular email so we are don’t feel so out of touch….hopefully, very soon, the problems will resolve.

Once again, thank you from the bottom of my heart for making my first birthday/got’cha day at the bridge so special. All the pmails, comments, rosies and gifts…wow! A special thank you to:

Daisy: for my heart

Dusty Miller: for my heart

Emily Beatrice, Sally Maria, and Trinity: for my forever angel star

Scooter: for my yummy cupcake and for walking to me…(baby steps)

Princess, Queenie & Puff: for my hero ribbon

Pie: my forever angel start

Flower: my forever angel star

Belle: my forever angel star (and for wearing my picture on my special day)

Kassie at the Rainbow Bridge: my forever crown

Alexis: my forever angel star

Angel Amelia: my forever crown

Hooch: my red rose

Violet: my red rose

Cisco Kid: my yummy ice cream treat

Pebbles, Rockie & Bootsie: my balloon bouquet

Alabaster & family: my heart

Mr. Sam at the Bridge: my red rose

Scooter, Lola & Sooling: my pretty pink ribbon

Alex, Annie & Bugsy: my rainbow

Smokey: my rainbow

Madison: my heart

Sassy & Pepper: my sunshine

Goldy: my birthday hat

Canadian Golden Kitties: my beach ball

Gavroche: my first angel star ever

Sky: my heart

Rufus: my ice cream treat

Thank you to those who left anonymous gifts and rosettes…please accept our apologies if we missed anyone….WE truly thank you all.

Please. when you have a moment, go to my page….my daddy helped me get mommy a very special gift….although we usually don’t buy gifts and money is tight…we are pinching pennies….we feel once in a while something comes along which is meant to be….you will understand when you see it.


Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote:

“What lies behind us at what lies before us are small matters compared to what lies WITHIN us.”

Each of you lies within my heart…………………..

Our hearts are connected by paws.

Sunshine hugs, peace. love and joy to all,

Jazzi Sunshine Angel

 

Mommy and Sissy are walking for a cause...to raise community- awareness to support those affected by memory loss!

July 5th 2009 8:04 am
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Dearest friends,

Below is the diary entry written by my special sister, Sissy. She explains so well about how those affected by memory loss need us...they need the continually power of the paw.

Please keep them in your heart and purrs...............We angels at the bridge are watching over them and sending sunshine and rainbows of hope:

"Hello sweet friends,

Most of you know how passionately we feel about supporting those with memory loss...it's in our hearts.

Our annual tradition of walking for a cause is in November....The Memory Walk is to support those with memory loss & raise community awareness and funds to help not only find a cure, but also provide much needed support for those affected by the disease.

We are starting our Memory Walk Awareness campaign early this year as mommy says it is greatly needed. The number of people affected with memory loss is growing and growing...and yet, community awareness seems to remaining status quo.

According to the Alzheimer Association "today an estimated 5.3 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's. In addition, 78 million baby boomers are approaching the age of greatest risk for developing this fatal disease. Now is the time to ACT to end this epidemic!"

Phew!!!!!!!!!!!!! That is an alarming number of people. Memory loss is such a devestating disease which robs everyone....the person with it slowing fades away and the family loses a part of their loved one each day. People who don't understand it...are afraid of it....and often times, the people with the disease don't live as good of quality of life as they deserve.

People with memory loss have incredible gifts to share with us if we simply open our hearts and minds...

The lanuage they speak may be different, their actions may be unique, their fears....real, their emotions....tucked away...and yet, their eyes say it all....love me for who I am.

Memory loss is such a devestating disease...those affected by it face a long journey with many obstacles and challenges; however, there is always something positive among the hardships, as well....or as my special sister, Jazzi Sunshine Angel would say, "beneath the clouds, the sun is always shining." What we can learn from the hearts of people whith memory loss is amazing....it is powerful. To be able to reach a person locked within themselves and have a heartfelt meaninful interaction is beyond words...but mommy and I find it a true gift which touches our hearts and souls deeply.

As mommy gears up to walk her 3 mile walk to show support for those affected with this disease, I am sad to say....I won't be by her side this time. This has always be our walk...our work together.

I will simply have to cheer her on from the sidelines...as my hips and front leg won't let me walk as I used too. Daddy will be there with Mommy's wheelchair as always...but each year, she finishes with a limp in her step, smile on her face....and joy in her heart. Mommy is one determined lady! I told her I could do the same thing....but she cares for me so much and feels my participation is not in my best interest anymore.

So...with that being said....I am now becoming the spokesdog for mommy's Memory Walk campaign!!! What a great job I have!

What I would ask all of you to do is reach into your hearts and learn more about the diseases which rob people (and doggies) of their memories. Diseases like Alzheimers, Parkinsons, strokes, etc....Yes, we doggies get Alzheimers too.

Here are some other ideas of how you can show your support for those affected by memory loss:

1. Wear People....a purple ribbon, a purple collar, a purple shirt, a purple bracelet, a purple bandana...

2. Visit those with memory loss and let them pet you and love you...

3. Lick their tears away and reassure them when they are scared....

4. Help out families caring for those with memory loss by providing some respite, a shoulder to cry on....a ear to listen...

5. Volunteer at a memory loss unit

6. Start or join a memory loss team

7. Raise community awareness, support and funds to help those with memory loss.


See...................there is a lot you can do to support those with memory loss.

So between now and November, we are going to be on a journey to raise community awareness about memory loss.

As the Beatles song, The Long and Winding Road" so beautifully states,

"The long and winding road
That leads to your door

Will never disappear
Ive seen that road before
It always leads me her
Lead me to you door

The wild and windy night
That the rain washed away
Has left a pool of tears
Crying for the day
Why leave me standing here
Let me know the way

Many times Ive been alone
And many times Ive cried
Any way youll never know
The many ways Ive tried

But still they lead me back
To the long winding road
You left me standing here
A long long time ago
Dont leave me waiting here
Lead me to your door

But still they lead me back
To the long winding road
You left me standing here
A long long time ago
Dont leave me waiting here
Lead me to your door
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah"


Thank you for being our friends and part of the lifetime memories which fill our hearts.......we are blessed to know each of you....

Our hearts are connected by paws.

Golden hugs of hope and support for those with memory loss,

Sissy, Jazzi Sunshine Angel and Family"

 

Please send healing energy to my earth kitty brother,- CK.....

June 6th 2009 4:07 am
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As many of you know, my earth brother, CK (too shy to be on Catster), has had chronic health issues his whole life. We estimate he is around 19 years old or so, as mommy rescued him 17 years ago and he was a full grown adult kitty.

He has greatly declined since I left for the bridge and we thought he was regaining his will to live and strength....

Mommy and Daddy took him to the vet two weeks ago for more antibiotics and more agressive treatment of his IBD....it was working.

The past two days he started getting really sick again (not unusual to have a flare) so mommy and daddy treated accordingly....however, early last night, it was much different.

His behavior changed and he wanted outside for the first time in his life. Normally if a door opens he immediately backs away and won't get near the "outside world". Last night he knew he needed to eat grass....to help him throw up.

Bless his heart, there was nothing in his tummy and he began throwing up blood. Mommy and daddy were scared. They called the vet at home and he met them at the clinic.

CK was given three injections and some medications and fluids to take at home. The vet said to call him first thing in the AM and let him know how he is doing.

When mommy asked the vet that heartbreaking question, is it time....he said "it's getting close, but I am not ready to give up on him yet. Lets give it another try." WE trust our vet totally and completely. Have been using him for 20 years.

Mommy has to work today and daddy will be at home with CK and Sissy.

Mommy and daddy only dozed off and on last night as to watch him closely. This morning he did drink some water, meow and want a little chicken to eat.

Please send him extra power of the paw.....let him feel the healing energy and know he is not alone. I will be with him and if he comes to be with me.....help my family as they are not ready to lose another member of the family and yet, they will always do what is best for him.

Things are tough for mommy and daddy right now.....and Sissy is so sad.

Thank you friends.....your love and support is amazing.

We dont' need rosies and gifts, just healing peacful energy and love.

Sunshine hugs, Jazzi Angel and family

 

4-27-09...It has been six months since I left my mommy's- arms and took my journey to the bridge

April 26th 2009 8:51 am
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Tomorrow (4-27-09) it will be six months since I laid in my mommy's arms for the last time. She held me as tears gently fell onto her checks and we looked into each eyes one more time.

I know I lost my eye sight a few weeks before I left for the bridge; however, looking into someone's eyes, especially the eyes of love, is often as simple as looking into their soul...my whole family was with me when I left for the bridge.

Before I felt the rays of sunlight gently lift me away from my family, I purred to my mommy as to say, "thank you for loving me..." and "I will be okay...." as we looked into each other's eyes, I gently and ever so peacefully left for the bridge.

I must admit, it has been a difficult journey for us all. I never knew my earth brother, CK, would grieve so much....and that Sissy, would lose her smile....her famous Sissy smile, it was gone...

And my special daddy........he didn't really know what to do without me...he seemed lost. I remember when we first met, and I just wasn't sure I was going to let him into my big tortie heart....but I did...and he was the best daddy a girl could have. We went through so much together....the loss of my doggy angel sisters, his cancer, mommy's health issues, life changes....we were a great team. I learned to trust him so much towards the latter part of my life, I even let him give me my Sub-Q fluids daily. I know he still misses me and I, too, miss him. I often watch him from the bridge looking at my empty cat condo or my tranquilty blanket and I know he is thinking of me....neat thing is....he smiles a lot now when he is thinking of me....

My mommy....wow! She will always be my heart and I will always be her sunshine. Sometimes I feel others don't understand the incredible bond and love we share; however, I know our friends on Catster and Dogster do.......mommy and I were connected in a way she has not been connected to another. I was there for her right after her accident and loved her though it for almost 18 years...

Right after my granny caught me and brought me in the house....I stole their hearts. I remember it took a lot of getting used to... all the things inside the house, a human's touch....a totally different world than where I came from. You know, I was feral and then become the most social and trusting kitty ever. Amazing what love and patience can do!

Shortly after I was rescued, I slipped out the door. Granny had left mommy alone for the first time in 10 months and there she was inside the house watching me walk back into my world....it took every ounce of strength she had to use her walker and get to the front door. You see one of her legs didn't work and she had to drag it slowly behind her. She managed to open the glass door and screamed at me, "please don't go.......I can't get to you...please come back." I walked into the woods out of her sight.

I was sitting in the woods with the warmth of the sunlight on my face and it hit me....That lady in the house, needed me....I let go of my feral behavior and I walked back towards the house to find her still standing there at the door, crying. Our eyes met....yet I didn't come, I remained in the yard....I just watched her and she watched me....that is when we looked into each others' eyes first time and our souls connected.

I then saw her slowly move away from the door...I didn't realize she could no longer stand and as she sturggled to get to her wheelchair, I made my way to the front door. When she turned and saw me there, she smiled..."you came back to me. " She was so tired, so I waited by the door until she could make it back to let me in....she knew I wouldn't leave her again and I never did.....she, too, never left me.

Wow, there are so many memories of times we've shared....I will cherish them always, as my mommy will too. I am thankful I can sit under my favorite tree at the bridge with my angel freinds and watch over her daily and warm her heart with sunshine and love....I must admit, I worry about her some. I truly don't think she allowed herself to fully grieve my loss. Mommy is the strongest person I know and she has a way of just picking up and moving forward....however, her heart quietly aches for me...I feel it.

I am thankful when she laughs and smiles when thinking of me....everyone grieves in their own way and in their own time...I truly hope everyone who has lost someone they love gives themself permission to feel happy, sad, cry, laugh....for as long as you need. For there is no time line on grieving the loss of a piece of our heart. I want to share something someone wrote...

Sara Paddison, Hidden Power of the Heart:

"Some are able to release grief far more quickly than others. However long it takes, it is always the re-connection with the power of the heart that moves you past grief. When the heart is enlivened again, it feels like the sun coming out after a week of rainy days. There is hope in the heart that chases the clouds away. Hope is a higher heart frequency and as you begin to reconnect with your heart, hope is waiting to show you new possibilities and arrest the downward spiral of grief and loneliness. It becomes a matter of how soon you want the sun to shine. Listening to the still, small voice in your heart will make hope into a reality."


I want to thank all my wonderful Catster and Dogster friends. You have become such a huge part of our lives and family. Many of you walked part of this journey with me and it made it so much more special and meaningful. I also thank you for the support you give my family.....no words can ever express how you touch our hearts.

What I would ask of each of you is let tomorrow, my 6 month anniversary of leaving for the bridge, be a reminder of how special we all are...and how lucky we are to have each other. Take a moment tomorrow and share with those important furbabies and people in your life how much they mean to you and how much you love them....don't put it off.

Please let my passing remind you to celebrate life and love....because each day is truly a gift. Laugh, love, hope, dream.....expereince the here and now....and please smile when you look to the sun, for I am there...always and forever.

Once in your heart, I will forver remain...remember for even the sunshine warms your soul from behind the clouds and through the rain.

I am grateful for each of you....and to my family....feel the sunshine on your shoulders and smile....it will warm your heart.

For those of you who have offered to make me wings, thank you. I have wings, they are just shaped within the rays of sunshine and may be difficult to see....as my source of strength and love comes for the sun...it always has. I can fly high on the wings of the sun and be with you always.

Gentle sunshine hugs of love and appreciation,

Jazzi Sunshine Angel



P.S. There is a special book a friend gave mommy and she wants to share a little part of it with all of you...

The little book is Called Angel Cats, By Bonnie Althenhein

"Angel cats wear the brightest halos of all our feline friends. They always seem to know how you feel--nestled softely on your lap when you need a gentle hug, and never laughing at your baggy at-home sweats. Cats are non-judgmental, and love you just the weight you are. They share your good times and not so good times, your dish of ice cream, your love of re-runs and they always purr at your jokes.

So next time Fluffy or Bunky or Kitty-Poo plays catch with your designer glasses, or sweet little kitten rearranges all your socks, remember that kittens are a delightful way to start angel cats...and all cats are the angel's way of sending you love."

 
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