Today 8 years ago I said good bye to the wonderful Labrador who started my love of Labs. In her short life she taught me dogs and humans can have a bond that equals nothing else.
The tears are still there some days, but most tears have been oveer taken by the memories.
JL was beside us as we fought bone cancer of the jaw and without the support from caring people it would have made the fight so much more difficult. I also think the prayers helped her beat the odds and we had a wonderful 10 months more than vets gave her.
Kassa had a spark in her eye, and cheeky smile the camera couldn't capture. She was my soul mate and companion, could be the most obedient dog a person could wish for, but also get up to mischief that had me tearing my hair out. She loved everyone and could not understand why some non dog people didn't feel the same. Her tail wagged so much she would fall over.
In my heart forever my funny gorgeous girl.
Waiting for me to come home. My slippers would be at the door or by a chair she thought I should sit in with her on my knee.
the last pics taken of her a few weeks before I said see you again one day.
Last edited by kassabella; 02-09-2013 at 10:04 PM.
So sorry. Memories are always so bittersweet and worrying about a loved one is pain you can't seem to do anything about.
I am so sorry, Chris. I hope that you can remember the good times and the wonderful bond you had with Kasa. Sending hugs to you.
Maxx & Emma Jean
Ozzy - 10/16/02 - 06/28/11 - Always in my heart.
Sometimes the hardest part isn't letting go - but learning to start over.
The pain of the loss and the worry over the ones we have are well worth the love and Joy they give us.