I wanted to thank you all again for all of the support that I have received here throughout this whole event. Ya'll have all been wonderful, I could never thank you enough.
Fred really was like our child. A mischievous, loud, funny, loving child. We miss him so much.
Yesterday was a good day, no tears.
We talk about him a lot, and its getting easier and easier as the days progress. When we are both ready, we think we will fill his cage with another Grey. A rescue (as Fred was). Preferably one that has been deemed unadaptable for behavior problems. Fred had his share, and we are well equipped and patient enough to give one of these unfortunate souls a forever home. It will be awhile before we do, but the thought gives me comfort.
Today I received a wonderful card from my regular vet (the one who referred me to LSU when he realized what we were dealing with). It spoke of the Rainbow Bridge, and my vets heartfelt sympathy. It made me cry all over again, but this time it was happy tears. I know that he's ok, and he's watching over me. My vet fell in love with the little guy through the course of finding out what was wrong, and it hurt him deeply that nothing could be done. I really do have the best vet in the world. I
Things are getting easier and settling down. It's still hard, and I know it will be for awhile, but I also know that its part of the healing process. I look forward to the days when I can think of him and laugh at the memories. He was such a goofy bird!
Thank you all again for your support, it really does mean the world to me.