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Mark, as I read your post I was reminded of Mr. Hobbs who walked on four weeks ago today. I am so very VERY sorry for your loss. Both of them
Thanks Bob, I was thinking of Mr. Hobbs too.
Colin, thanks for the Rainbow Bridge post. I can never get through reading that....
Ray, Zoe is beautiful. Kelsey had the same lithe build to her. She weighed about 70 pounds.
Dan, I'm sorry about Butch. Yes, Kelsey was definitely showing her age. She had lost much of her hearing, but her eyesight was still sharp, and she was still very alert. I'm just glad she didn't suffer and we had her for as long as we did.
Thank you to everyone else for the words of support.
Jim, I have thought often of you and Blaze these past few months. I remember you talking about him before, and how your family had reached the point where he had to be carried. Luckily our house is a split set into a hillside. That means there is one step out of the house onto the back porch, and from there one more step to the yard, or else we would have also been at the carry stage with Kelsey some time ago.
Steve, I have thought about photographing the Arlington ceremony, as long as my aunt and cousins are OK with it of course. I'm sure I'll be asking for advice when the time comes, as it will be a real challenge for me. He was cremated, and I don't know if they will be going for an interment or placement of the urn in the Columbarium.
Thanks again everyone.