Mango Relentlessly Huge
May 4th 2005 - September 26, 2012
Our mom sed she iz thinkin'may-b not duin’the Werdless Wednesday post. fer awhile. She sez that the last 2 we did, tueday an'last week, haz bin followed with a late 2nd post that wuz a sad one – one ‘boutz a 2-legger (last week) or a 4-legger(this week), crossin’the Rainbow Bridge. Last week it wuz Poppy Vic over at ZOOLATRY, Ann’s husband an’Zoey an’Maggy’s hu-dad.
This mornin'we lerned of the Relentlessly Huge Mango’s totally unexpected crossin’The Bridge.
We just know the Mango Mama, the Master an’Dexter will miss him greatly. If by sum weird chance sumone haz NOT left their condolencez fur
Mango'z family pleeze take sum time now tue go due that now. Our mom wuz sent this in an email awhile ago an'asked us if we wood post it here - there r sum peepz who don't think it iz u need tue greeve fur a pet BUTT we all know dif'rent.
of a loved one. Cry, get angry, mope, eat or do whatever makes you feel better. Grieving is a natural process and grieving for a pet is just as real and painful as grieving for a family member
company right now. Seek comfort from those who understand - Seek out the
other animal lovers you know and spend time with them. They are the only people
who can truly understand what you are going through and sympathize with you. Enjoy good memories - It will take a few days but look
through photographs -first Christmas, your first home, playing with your pet etc. cry but allow yourself to laugh through those tears and enjoy remembering the moments they brought joy to your lives. Give it time - There will be days months later that you will
find yourself looking for your best friend or talking to him you may even breakdown and cry some. However, those days will get fewer while the memories still are strong. Someday you will see a picture or think about something without crying and smile.