Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Tears for Neala




You have been there with us, every step, and I wanted to share the last tear-filled step with all of you. Her ashes arrived today. This is her urn, this is her Surgery Crab, and this is the blanket the hospital sent her 'home' in before we returned to the hospital.

17 comments:

  1. Rest in Peace, dear little one.
    How many lives you touched with your gentle spirit and sweet soul.
    You will be so missed.
    Can't help but cry at the sight of Surgery Crab, he was in one of the photos I used in her Purrs Fur Neala collage. She was hugging him.
    Love,
    ML

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  2. You will have a lot of readers crying over those photos. She was too young to go but it was evidently her time. So sad!

    Jan

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  3. I am not sure what to say, we are so sad for your loss, and we are sending you lots of comforting purrs and hugs today.

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  4. I am so sorry. I wish I had comforting words for you and your family. Blessings to you and your family.

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  5. There are tears in our eyes!!
    ((((((HUGGGGS)))))))) from your TX furiends,

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  6. We are so sorry for your loss.

    ppuurrrrr

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  7. She is never far from your heart...those we fight for the hardest live there forever.

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  8. I will never forget little Neala.

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  9. What a beautiful urn container and plaque. Although it makes me sad to look at this photo, I'm glad you shared it with us.

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  10. Mom's eyes are leaking! Sweet little Neala will not be forgotten.

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  11. We know little Neala will always be with you and watching you from the Bridge. Thank you for showing us the lovely ashes casket and its inscription.

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  12. The mom says tears come and go and finally they slow down. She sleeps with TT's urn above her head on the bed, right where she used to always sleep. :)

    Molly
    Shadow
    Trooder

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  13. I just wanted you to know that not a day goes by that we don't think of sweet Neala, purrs to you.

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  14. Aww... We miss sweet Neala, and meowmy's eyes are full of tears again... Rest in peace sweet little baby...
    Happy Cat Family

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  15. I am so sad for you. Someday it will be easier. God bless you.
    Beth

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  16. ::hugs:: It gets easier. It takes time. Purrs from other furbabies help. In fact, my furbabies have been trailing around me all day because they know I should be resting. In the past, when we've lost someone they've done the same thing. Neala touched so many people and will continue to touch people. Be proud. Your love for her will save so many more babies to come.

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  17. I just had to give you some virtual hugs. (((((hugSSSSS))))) from all the TaylorSSSSS!

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