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Old 11-15-2015, 03:46 PM
walcat walcat is offline
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Default Our kitty

Originally Posted by Juls View Post
That's cold and uncalled for. Some of us love our pets just as much as a human friend or relation. To us, they are just as important. If you can't show any sympathy for someone hurting, don't bother to post at all.

Just my opinion...

We just lost our little buddy! He was all white, long haired and big. He was a very happy cat. Talked back to us all the time. His name was Fonzy. Only had him 2 yrs from being born. He was mom's little baby. wander over to where he wasn't supposed and got hit by a car. Our 2 little neighbor kids saw him get hit, picked him up and brought him home. They were crying their eyes out. They came over every day and played with him.I know a lot of you guys hate cats but they are one of our little buddies, just as important as your hunting dogs. I'm an old (now) hunter and have had many many beagles. Believe me it hurts just as bad!!!!!!!!!
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Old 12-22-2016, 11:25 PM
walleye1952 walleye1952 is offline
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Yes, I know the pain to well....check out www.rainbowbridge.com
I found it comforting.
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Old 12-23-2016, 06:44 AM
ogilville ogilville is offline
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Gosh you guys, this is too sad. I have pretty much the same story for a few dogs that were family to me over the years. It is never easy but the memories of just how loving and loyal they are will never be forgotten. It is nice to know we care so much.
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Old 01-03-2017, 04:19 PM
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It's been ten months since I lost my Vizsla ALF he was a great dog and hunter, bed companion, and traveling buddy. I cried my eyes out when it came time to take THAT trip. On the way to the vet my son and I stopped at many of the places we hunted quail and pheasants and opened the door of the truck to let ALf hopefully smell those happy places one last time.
Now I have only my seven year old Vizsla Harley. He seems kind of lost out there this season although he had a nice point on a rooster Saturday. This is it for me with Dogs. I've been raising, training, and filming them for 25 years and I just can't take the emotional hit anymore.
My point is you never really get over it if you have even half a heart. My heart felt condolences to you. Try and remember the good times.

Mike Grandick
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