Thank you so much, from the bottom of my heart, for all your thoughtful and kind words on the passing of our Kane.
Each message made me cry and I felt such love from everyone.
I appreciate your comforting words.
It seems that most have been through the sadness of losing a dog and understood all too well the void that is now in our life.
I hope in time the sadness lessens because right now it is truly awful.
He was a ball dog through & through.
And he loved to make us laugh.
Today I looked over to see my mother's violet in full bloom.
I had not noticed it for days and the first thought I had was that mom wanted me to know that she was sending her love at this sad time.
It felt comforting because, well, it doesn't matter how old you are, your mother's love is always a comfort and I felt her presence today. When she was young and growing up on the farm her companion dog was a collie named Jollie. She loved her so much and I know she would have loved our Kane.
I hope they have met now in heaven and will go on a long walk to get to know each other.
Kane was buried on our property today along with his chewed-up ball and a family photo.
I couldn't have it any other way.
I will always feel he is home where he belongs.
Until we meet again, my Kane.