Cooper
2/19/2013 - 4/27/2016Last Wednesday and Thursday had been the most difficult days yet when suddenly Cooper went into multiple seizures. I knew by now it was time to let go and I was devastated. He was tired but still loyal to my emotions. I left work early Thursday so I could say my goodbyes and when I walked in the door before Lap of Love arrived I was crying. Cooper walked up to me and kissed me as to say it's okay mom you can let go. As many can relate you have a special bond with your pet and they sense your emotions. He was worn out and tired after starting with the seizures the night before. He had a total of 8 by the time Dr. Aimee arrived (this had been going on since June of 2015 and were progressively getting worse). I waved him in from the yard as he was sunning and he laid next to me until the end. The emotions were overwhelming, however Dr. Aimee was very kind and compassionate. Respectful of our time and our needs. That night there was no bed buddy and there was no greeting at the door with his favorite toy. I am empty without him near but take comfort in knowing he is not suffering. He will be forever missed. I rescued him as a puppy and rescued him in the end to spare anymore suffering. I miss you everyday and your companionship was beyond words.Diane TrimbleTampa, FloridaMay 1, 2016
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We don't know each other, but I read through Cooper's memorial and it touched me. I am in a similar place with my Lily and seizures. I feel we are near the end for her young life as well. I am very sorry the loss of your furbaby.

Sincerely,
Stella
Stella Fisher - May 2, 2016
I miss you Coopie!Robert Timble - May 2, 2016

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