July 21st 2011 1:17 pm
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I can't believe now, one more month has almost gone by and you're not here with me. I've been trying to go on catster more, and I'm still having so much trouble at times with my grief over losing you. I know I did everything I could have done, but then the doubts always follow. What if I did more, took you to the doc a day earlier like I thought I should? What if I took you to the other vet hospital...would they have found out what was wrong?
You're my love and my light, my sweet baby boy. Not a day goes by where I don't think of you and remember all the love you brought to me and to people.
I Love you and miss you.
Dear Indy's mom:
I know it is hard, but unfortunately, somethings can't be helped. From what you have said, unless you and the vet were specifically looking for that old injury, a day or a week would have made no difference. Daddy went thru the same with me, wondering what he could have done differently. Sometimes, it's just beyond our control. You did everything humanly possible for Indy, and you loved him unconditionally, which is the important thing. He will be waiting here for you, and then you will be together, forever. I know it's hard, But you can't beat yourself up over it. You are a great mom to your furkids!!! Please know that we are here for you whenever you need us!!
Purrs, from the Taneytown Crew
We love you Indy's mommy!!! Very, very much! You, Indy and Kitty P! always know that. Just like Sock said, you are a TERRIFIC mommy! I know from experience you'll probably always wonder these things. But you're a strong lady and grieving is very normal, as much as it hurts, it will take a long time. But you don't ever have to go through it alone.
We love you Indy and Kitty's Mommy, and Indy and Kitty.
You did a wonderful job for Indy and he knew that, and you doing a nice job taking care of my darling Kitty.
Our love is sent to you!
Aw, honey, a day earlier would never have made a difference! You loved Indy and you did the best you could with the information you had. Don't let the what ifs get you like they did to my Mommy.
Sending purrs & huggies...
Sending hugs and purrs of comfort to your Mom.
Focus on the wonderful memories you have of Indy. He knew that you loved him and you made the best decisions you could make with the information that you had.