Kyo
12/18/2014 - 5/25/2014You were a huge part of my heart, Kyo. You were always there for me through tough tough times and now that you're gone, I feel a big piece of me has gone with you. You were so brave the last year when things got so confusing for you from the Vestibular Disease and Cognitive Dysfunction. I know it was scary for you. I believe you are happy again, and at peace, watching over your brother and me. You will always be in my thoughts and in my heart. I love you and miss you like crazy.Jennifer RobbinsSt. Louis, MissouriJune 1, 2014
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Dear Jennifer,
I am so sad for your loss. Your words conveyed your deep love of Kyo and I know your heart is breaking.Words are inadequate to describe the pain of losing our four legged children but please know I will hold you in my thought and will pray that your beautiful memories surround and sustain you through your grief.
I have had furry kids my entire adult life but when my heart, Kaboodle, was struck with Vestibular disease suddenly one horrible Sunday evening in 2011, I was completely blindsided and that night changed my life forever. I have never known another victim of this insidious disease and I know firsthand how devastating it is for a pet parent to watch their beloved companion fall victim to it. Friday 6-6 will be two years she has been gone and I miss her every day.
I hope you are surrounded by loved ones who will help you through your grief, but if you need an ear or shoulder feel free to contact me. I will be holding good thoughts for you and have asked Kaboodle and her brother Kitan (I lost him 3-2013) to watch out for Kyo at the bridge , show him the ropes and share their bones
Best Wishes
Debbie
Debbie Abrams - June 4, 2014
I lost my girl yesterday, so feel your pain. It is a great testament to how much you loved him. Peace to you.Tracy Turner-Bumberry - June 2, 2014

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