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my little girl is gone

post #1 of 12
Thread Starter 
Janurary 29, 2002 I had to say goodbye to my litte girl, Molly.Words can't describe the pain i am feeling right now. Molly gave me 14 years of love , laughter and loyality.I am heartbroken and its all i can do to get through the day. The house is so empty and lonely without her.she made me laugh and she was my angel.Making the decison to put her to sleep was the hardest gut wretching thing ive ever had to do in my life. i try and remember the wonderful things like how she used to follow me everywhere i went, she would tap my face gently with her paw to wake me up to feed her, or when i would be in the bathroom and she would barge in on me, leave the door wide open. up until 3 weeks ago she was the healtiest cat i knew.not having her here with me is unbearable.i know she is over the bridge and one day we will be reunited. i will never stop loving her and never stop thinking about her she will always be in my heart. i love you molly you were my best little girl.love mommy
post #2 of 12
Molly's mom, I am so hurting for you. Even though you did what was best, it hurts so bad. I always say, this is the price we pay for loving these precious little creatures so hard. You can take some comfort in knowing that you gave Molly the best life a kitty could have. Think of the poor unfortunate homeless kitties who never have a loving mommy like Molly did.

And, I know you don't want to think about it right now, but the best tribute you could give to Molly would be to go to your nearest shelter and give another kitty the same chance Molly had. Maybe, after you feel a little better, you could think about it.

Bless you.
post #3 of 12
I am so very sorry for your loss of Molly. I know what you are going through, in August of last year I had to make the same decision for my 14 year old cat, Midnight. Molly had a very long and wonderful life with you and she knew how much she was loved. The decision you made for Molly was a very kind decision and also the right one for her. It will get better, time will help to heal the pain of your loss and the feeling of guilt, and it will get easier to remember all the wonderful happy times you shared with Molly. My thoughts are with you.
post #4 of 12
I hope and pray that as each day passes, you find comfort and rest for your tired heart. I can tell how much you love your little fur angel.
post #5 of 12
I am so sorry that you lost your little Molly. She is happy now at the Rainbow Bridge, and someday you will be together again.
post #6 of 12
Molly's mom-
I truly know how you feel. Even after three weeks I still spend half the night in tears.I never knew it could hurt so much. You did the most loving thing, but it really hurts to have to make the decision. It really haunts you. God bless and remember, she's in God's arms.She had a great life with you.
Ann D.
post #7 of 12

I am very sorry to hear about your little Molly. My thoughts and prayers are with you. And I hope that you tell everyone how wonderful Molly was and how much you love her. She seemed to feel the same way of you. And that's what I have found to be the best way to deal with the loss. You have to tell everyone about the wonderful times you had together. That is what is in our hearts and in our memories. And it feels better to share that with everyone, so please feel free to share with us.

Forrest's Mommy
post #8 of 12
Thread Starter 
To all of you that replied to my thread, my litte girl is gone.I thank you all for kind words and sympathy. This past couple of weeks have been very tough on me.I find some comfort with the kind words that i read. yesterday was 1 week molly is gone,and i have been doing alot of things to try and keep my mind occupied. when i come to this forum i read te kind words and it does help. thank you all when i am feeling up to it i will write down all the silly thngs that she did to make me laugh and smile. take care molly's mom
post #9 of 12
We are more than glad to lend an "ear" and to support you through your rough time.

Forrest's Mommy
post #10 of 12
We all can understand! I'm going on a coupla days over a month since my beautiful Romeo left me. He was healthy (or I thought) up until the day I woke up to him having a heart attack - he had three that morning, and $800 later, there was just nothing to be done - his heart was so bad.... Anyway, I still cry - but it is better, because now I think more of how much of an awesome addition he was to my life for 11 years! You did the right thing - never doubt your decision (although I kept thinking, "if only" - I think that's natural). You did the right thing - you didn't want Molly to suffer!

I got another named Jinx - looks just like Romeo - and the introduction to Romeo's buddy Jake is keeping me occupied. :tounge2: Do you have other kiddens or animals? I thought I got another too soon, but I know I did the right thing. It will get better - don't be afraid to bawl, and let your emotions out. And the Heck with people who don't understand (we all know there's alot of them out there), they will never understand the bond you had. Keep in touch and remember what a great kidden you had in your life and maybe get another, when you are ready!
post #11 of 12
So Sorry for your loss, I know it's hard but getting another one soon might help. When I had to put my horse to sleep after ten wonderful years with her...I was a complete mess! For months I cried But I had 2 other horses at the time and that definatley helped...me anyway. Remember all the good times with your Molly.Keep your chin up...time and kitties heal all wounds

Tracey :rainbow:
post #12 of 12
I'm so sorry. I know how very painful it is. It's two weeks tonight since I awoke to find that Snuffly had passed away in the night. And last August, we too had to make that dreadful decision when we had end Muffy's suffering and her 18-year life.

She, Muffy, also used to jump on the bed and tap our faces so, so gently. She also used to sleep sometimes on my partner's pillow, draped around her head like a halo! Sometimes, in the night, she would also nibble our hair! And then, when morning arrived, she would pace around and yowl non-stop until her food bowl was filled and the door was opened for her to go out and inspect the neighbourhood!

It would be good to hear more about Molly, when you feel ready.
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