Abby's Rainbow Bridge Guest Book

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On: 2/10/18
From: Wendy Taylor
On: 10/24/17
To Abby, I read your entire story your mommy wrote about you. Looked at your beautiful pictures too. You were a very special little girl. When you get a minute stop and reach down with your paw and touch your mommy's heart. Let her know that you are whole again and that you may not be by her side but you are near. You are in her heart. Tell her to think that every time her heart beats, it's you telling her you are right here. And when the time is right, you will meet her at the bridge.
From: Megan
On: 6/4/17
Dear Alan and Joy: Offering empathy for you, with my witness and condolences as Abby died. Thank you for the opportunity to stop by Abby's memorial page! I loved reading about your life together- it was especially awesome to hear of the incredible ordeals you went through together with Abby's health and all those complications. Her beautiful smile and her expressive, loving presence as seen in her pictures must have really kept you going! I am sure you feel sad sometimes, and whether sad or happy memories come, Abby will be with you as long as you remember her! -Megan, Philadelphia PA (with Dexter "Big Essie" the Bernese mountain dog and Rinchen the Chow Chow)
From: Chester's Dad
On: 4/5/17
Dear Alan and Joy, My prayers are with you on the passing of your precious Abby. She was a beautiful Girl and obviously deeply loved. You gave her a wonderful life and It is not easy losing our loving companions. I completely understand the pain and grief that you are experiencing and you are not alone. Would like to share this poem read during Princess Diana's memorial. "Time is too slow for those who wait, too swift for those who fear, too long for those who grieve, too short for those who rejoice, but for those who love, time is eternity." (Henry Van Dyke) Hope that the many memories of Abby continually provide you with comfort, she will forever live in your hearts and memories. If you would like, please feel free to visit my Baby's memorial. Sending love and light, Nelson
From: pam
On: 3/31/17
Dear Alan and Joy, you have my sympathy on the loss of your dear Abby. God bless you.
From: Doreen
On: 3/28/17
Dear Joy I just went to visit with Abby. She was a beautiful girl. She looks so gentle and kind. I know how you must feel. Your Abby went a few weeks ahead of Benjamin. I'm sure Abby was there to greet Benjamin and now they are playing together until we are with them in heaven. Take care, Joy and Alan. Blessings, Doreen
From: Debbie
On: 3/24/17
I am so sorry for the loss of your furbaby, Abby. She was beautiful and I know she must have brought a lot of love and happiness to your lives. God's blessings be with you and know that your beloved Abby will always be alive in your heart. Please rest assured that your baby will be waiting for you by the Rainbow Bridge. Again, my deepest condolences on your loss, Debbie Deen
From: Kathy (Oreo,Ralph,Eva)
On: 3/22/17
Alan/Joy..Abby is a beautiful girl....a beautiful tribute for a great friend.It is never easy to lose a furry young or old and I have lost both.For whatever reason they are always taken from us too soon while leaving their forever pawprints within us and labs leave them like no other. She is now healthy and playing with Oreo,Ralph and Eva while waiting for us to join them on the Bridge, they are gone from our site but never forgotten. I can send you my babies site if you wish to visit..take care..
From: Ana - Colombo's mommy
On: 3/21/17
Hello there Abby, I am so glad that my Colombo had you in heaven to receive him along with all those angel furbabies, in reading your mommy's story and seeing those pictures, it looks like you were very much loved and very lucky!! God bless you in heaven, now you are playing without any worry, ache or pain, along with my baby, whom suffer so much as well. Blessings to your mommy, and mommy, you are not alone.
From: Llula- Mom of Angel Duran
On: 3/13/17
I am so sorry for the loss of your baby - Prayers for you and your family Our babies are always with us whether here on Earth or up in Heaven, always watching over us. Their uncondtional love for us does not stop just because their body does. No more pain or suffering for them - and their love for us is as strong as ever, just as our love for them is. Soon you will all be together again and going over the rainbow together, which is where your lives’ really begin
From: Maureen Moschetti
On: 3/13/17
Hi Abby, you are a beauty. My Lola arrived in heaven a couple of weeks after you. I hope you both become good friends. I can tell by your eyes you're a good soul and my Lola is too. I know how your Mommy feels,because we both had to say goodbye to the loves of our lives. Visit her often in her dreams as Lola does with me. It will make her feel better. Tell Lola momma loves her. Bye Abby! I'll leave you a gift.
From: Shelley Waddell
On: 3/13/17
Prayers still going up for Joy and Alan! Love y'all!
From: Gina
On: 3/13/17
Abby is beautiful. My Oakley was never without a tennis ball in her mouth. She and Abby are having a great time. And they are waiting for us. My husband passed away in 200I. He is watching out for Abby and Oakley. Love Gina
From: Tessa
On: 3/13/17
Alan & Joy, I was deeply moved by your story of dear Abby - with you for a decade of happiness - and a full life regardless of her surgical problems. She must have enjoyed swimming so much: like running in water! I am sorry for her passing which must have been indescribably painful for you: tearing your soul apart - meaning the breaking of your heart! Only those of us who have held our beloved fur/feather-children in our arms - and said goodbye - can understand this level of pain! It is the awful price of love we pay for all the years of unconditional love so freely lavished on us by a pure and devoted heart: who loves beyond human love - accepting us as we are (not as they think we ought to be!). Such love is a rare gift of God which a few of us are privileged to experience in our life-time. It is the beginning of a friendship that spans this life and the next - where Abby will be waiting to continue the relationship in Heaven with her parents - where there is no pain - or parting.
From: Doreen
On: 3/12/17
Dear Alan & Joy, I'm so sorry to read about your sweet Abby. I lost my Benjamin on February 25 2017, so I know how you are feeling and the loss and the pain of missing her you feel. I am truly sorry. I pray that peace will bring comfort and know that you will see Abby again. Blessings, Doreen
From: Rose (Paisley's mom)
On: 3/12/17
Dear Alan & Joy, my heartfelt condolences on Abby's passing. What a lovely tribute to a dear and beloved family member. I know the heartache you feel is hard to bear at times, so I pray that in time you will begin healing. May it comfort you that Abby was blessed to have you as her human parents, you loved her with all your hearts. She was a beautiful baby. Sending thoughts of peace and comfort to you during this difficult time. Blessings, Rose
From: Debbie, Ginger's mom
On: 3/12/17
I'm sorry for your loss.
From: David and Jennifer
On: 3/12/17
Alan and Joy, My heart aches for your beautiful Abby. I am so sorry. My prayer is that our babies will greet us one day in Heaven and we will finally feel the comfort of their presence again.
From: Susan Harrill
On: 3/11/17
I am so sorry to hear about your loss of Abby. Please find comfort in knowing that Abby is now at Rainbows Bridge and making lots of friends. Saying goodbye is never easy. I also lost my precious cat Spooky July 30th 2001 after 16 wonderful years with her. On January 11, 2013, I lost my faithful friend Hannah who was a beautiful blue tick hound dog. On August 2, 2013 another one of my beautiful cats, Sammi, a black and white tabby, went to Rainbows Bridge. April 9, 2014, Maci, my English Bulldog passed over to Rainbows Bridge. Maci and Hannah were best friends. I am sure that Abby and my babies have all become good friends. You can visit with Spooky at: Take Care, Susan
From: Delsey Sparrow
On: 3/11/17
I'm so sorry for your loss. What a beautiful tribute. Abby was so special. These babies are our world and there is nothing we wouldn't do to comfort them. I wish nothing for the best for you guys and that Abby's memories are a comfort to you during this painful process. My boy Jax whom we recently lost and my baby Pinky whom still warms our hearts like to go for rides in our side by side so I giggled when I read that part because all we say is you wanna ride and they would light up and shoot for the door. No human babies for us either so yes they are my world and they know it. I hope Abby and Jax have met and now are playing until we meet the again in the next Dance. God Bless. Huggs

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