Dido and Daisy

I so wish I could walk in the New Forest with these two angels one more time, but last week my beloved Dido did a hop, skip and jump across that rainbow bridge to join her sister Daisy. I can’t believe that it happened so quickly, it hurts so very much.

I thought this was going to be the first day that I managed not to cry, but of course as I write, I’m sobbing again.

Dido and Daisy 2009
We miss them so much, but life must go on, perhaps soon some other fur babies will arrive. Not to replace them, that would be impossible, but to bring their own special love into our lives.

Sleep sweetly precious little dogs.

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21 thoughts on “Dido and Daisy

  1. Oh, what gorgeous little dogs…..so very sad to hear of your loss, Gilly….life has been rather cruel to you of late…. Sending hugs

  2. I’m so sorry that you’ve endured even more loss, Gilly. And I somehow missed the post about Daisy’s passing. When we are so close to our pets, they do become family, and I know it’s really hard for you right now. I hope you can get relief from the grief soon and find some things to look forward to with joy.

  3. Gilly I feel your pain. Furbabies hold such a special place in our hearts and lives, it is only natural to grieve their loss. Sending you cyber hugs of sympathy

  4. Oh darlin! How lovely they were and how happy you made them. I can’t foresee anything other than more fur babies in the future. Sending hugs sweetheart xxx

  5. So sorry to hear of yet another loss of a beloved companion. It is hard and I have never felt it easy when they go. They will remain with you still. I believe my furry companions will never really leave me and it is a comfort.

  6. I’m not surprised you were in tears writing this – such a beautiful photo! And pets are always so much more than mere ‘pets’. It is only natural to miss them and grieve for them. Take care Gilly ❤

  7. So sorry for the loss of Dido. Oh my word, you’ve been through so much.
    I wish I could say something that would heal your broken heart. I’m sure
    you know that Daisy and Dido have reunited and are playing together once again.
    My grandmother used to say that death comes in 3’s. For today, I hope that is true.
    Hugs and loves …. praying for healing.
    Issy 😎

  8. I’m sure you’ll weep for a long time yet. Losing pets we love is so hard. It does get easier in time, but you never forget them, and you’re right, you never replace them.

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