Benji's Rainbow Bridge Guest Book

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From: Mary & Andy
On: 2/25/18
Hi Cecilia, just reading about your Benji, such a beautiful story and sucha beautiful puppy. The photo album is beautiful, too, you must be devastated at his loss. We had a cavalier, also a Benji and he has been gone 9 months, today. We were just wondering if there was any connection or similarities - just based on the name. I think I can see some personality likenesses, that cheeky demeanour especially. We will pray for you and your Benji, that peace will find you and in time, heal your pain. He was a beautiful and special babe. Warmest Rainbow hugs and lots of puppy smooches to you, your puppy is safe at the Rainbow Bridge. Regards, Mary & Andrew
From: Wendy Taylor
On: 11/27/17
To Benji, I know you are well settled there at the bridge now and I know you feel your mommy still thinking and missing you so much. Take a minute though and touch that sweet little paw of yours to her heart. Let her know that you are watching over her from the bridge and it's filled with green hills, meadows full of flowers and year round warm sunshine. Tell her although you can't be by her side anymore, you know you will never be forgotten. All the wonderful memories you shared together are tucked safe and treasured in her heart.
From: Carmen
On: 3/22/17
Recordando a tu Benji
From: pam
On: 7/12/15
Dear Cecilia, you have my sympathy on the loss of your sweet Benji. God bless you.
From: Carmen Blagg
On: 10/10/14
Cecilia, increible que ya ha pasado un ano. Tus emotivas palabras me hicieron llorar, me imagino lo dificil que fue para ti pero ya lo lograses y ahora a tirar para adelante teniendo en tu corazón los recuerdos de Benji. Carmen
From: gretchen
On: 6/23/14
so sorry to hear of your loss. i hope you feel better soon.
From: Diane
On: 6/23/14
Hello Cecilia, I am so sorry for the lost of your beautiful Benji. King Solomon wrote in Ecclesiastes: "To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under heaven…a time to weep and a time to laugh; a time to mourn and a time to dance…" The Zohar, the classic work of Kabbalah, describes the inner psyche of man as "crying being on one side of the heart and laughing on the other side of the heart." Yet, there is an even deeper understanding, we will learn to be joyous and broken hearted at the same time. Our fur babies where so beautiful and a gift of true joy & love, how can we not be happy when we reflect on their memory and begin to celebrate their life. One day we will be together again with our beautiful companions; I lost my Zander & Zianna & have attached their link if you care to visit. With Love & Sympathy Diane.
From: Bridget
On: 6/22/14
Dear Cecilia I'm sorry for the loss of your Benji. What a handsome guy. I lost my Finnbar December 2012.I understand how hard it is to say goodbye.When its time you'll be together again just as it should be.Until then Benji is waiting for you at the bridge happy and healthy.There are new places to explore so much space to run like the wind all the good treats and when he needs a break,meadows to lie in the sun.He's having a ball with his new friends all the while still keeping an eye on you.I hope he's met Finn by now.He's a friendly little cat but he's scrappy and he can catch. If you would care to visit my Finnbar
From: Susan Harrill
On: 6/22/14
I am so sorry to hear about your loss of Benji. Please find comfort in knowing that Benji 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 Benji and my babies have all become good friends. You can visit with Spooky at: Take Care, Susan
From: Sydney
On: 6/21/14
Cecilia, I am so sorry for the loss of your precious Benji. I know the pain is unbearable right now but slowly with time, the pain will lesson and the wonderful sweet memories will make you smile and remember all those good times. Know that Benji's so happy at Rainbow's Bridge. Please take comfort in knowing you are not alone and other people care. Please take care of yourself right now. You are in my thoughts.
From: Carmen Blagg
On: 6/21/14
Cecilia, Benji siempre va a estar en tu corazon. Carmen
From: Debbie, Ginger's mom
On: 6/21/14
I'm sorry for your loss.
From: Ann
On: 6/21/14
My heart goes out to you in the loss of your precious Benji, and I pray that your loving memories will soon lead you to peace in your grief.
From: sher
On: 6/21/14
hi I am so verysorry for yourloss myprayers are withyouGodBless you
From: toni
On: 6/21/14
Benji I am sorry for your loss. Cecilia loves and misses you very much. My Perseus went to Rainbow Bridge when he was 14. You are now as you were in your youth. No more worries or pain. No rain only sunshine. Running and playing all day with the other furbabies. One day we will be with them again for all eternity at Rainbow Bridge. Toni
From: Clare & Martha
On: 6/21/14
Dear Benji, what a cutie you are! Please go to the Bridge and send your precious love down the Rainbow straight into the heart of your mommy who misses you so much, and she will send her love right back to you on angels' wings. Dear Cecilia, your world has lost a very special furperson, family member and friend, and heaven has welcomed Home a very special soul. Benji is now your very own angel, watching over and for you, just as Tashi, Katy and BG are watching over us, until you meet again and cross the Bridge together. May his sweet love continually nuzzle your heart until then, and may you find comfort in knowing that the silver thread of love that binds you heart to heart with Benji will never be broken. Many blessings and much peace, Clare and Martha...Please visit our Tashi at

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