Bindy's Rainbow Bridge Guest Book

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On: 12/29/17
From: pam
On: 1/31/17
Dear Melissa, you have my deep sympathy on the loss of your sweet Bindy. God bless you.
From: Kathy (Oreo,Ralph,Eva)
On: 1/15/17
Melissa..Bindy is a beautiful with great eyes.....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.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: Momo
On: 1/13/17
Bindy, I know I was always super mean to you, but I feel like you and I had a love hate relationship. Thank you for bringing so much light into my best friends life. You were so loved by her and everyone. I will never forget the time that we would just throw you off of Melissa's bed and you just took it. You put up with a lot girly! I'm so sorry that you were in so much pain, but we all know you feel better now. We're always thinking about you whenever we eat and are going crazy. Can you do me a HUGE favor and say hi to Lucy for me. I know you guys must be having fun up there! Love you so much Bindy I'm always thinking about you.
From: Melissa
On: 1/9/17
Hi, Melissa! Thank you for the honor of getting to know your friend Bindy, who died. Your memorial is so touching- it is easy to imagine Bindy having a great, expressive and loving presence in your life for so long. The life we share with our pets is never long enough, and the happy memories can be slow to return to us while we're grieving. But I hope that your love for Bindy will keep her close to you, and that it continues to give you comfort and peace to think of her as being free of suffering in a better place. With empathy, Megan, Philadelphia PA with Dexter "Big Essie," Bernese mountain dog
From: Debbie, Ginger's mom
On: 1/8/17
I'm sorry for your loss.
From: Debbie
On: 1/8/17
I know no words can really sooth the loss of your beloved Bindy. My prayers go out to you. She was a beautiful girl and I know she must have brought a lot of joy to your life. She will be waiting for you by the Rainbow Bridge. My deepest condolences, Debbie
From: Rose (Paisley's mom)
On: 1/7/17
Dear Melissa, my heartfelt condolences on Bindy's passing. I know how difficult it is to lose a beloved pet even when we are prepared for the inevitable. Bindy, was a precious baby and I loved those big, sweet loving eyes of hers. May her fond memories always bring a smile to your heart. I've placed a soft pink pillow for her to snuggle on. Blessings, Rose
From: Lula-Mom of Angel Duran
On: 1/6/17
So sorry for the loss, of your furbaby, it is always hard to lose a good friend. May your days of pain and adjustment be short, and your memories of your baby bring you peace and love. No more pain or suffering for our furbabies, only sunshine and lots of new friends. Soon you will all be together again and going over the rainbow together, which is where your lives’ really begin
From: Carol (Murphy's Mom)
On: 1/5/17
Melissa, I am so sorry for the loss of your sweet Bindy. I can see how much she meant to you judging by the kind words you wrote about your memories. Know that Bindy is still with you, just in different form. The love and bond you have will always remain.
From: Chester's Dad
On: 1/4/17
Dear Melissa, My prayers are with you on the passing of your precious Bindy. 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 Bindy 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: Tessa
On: 1/4/17
Melissa, I was deeply touched as I read through all the loving tributes to Bindy - written by her family and friends. This means she is a very special fur-person - so missed by you all! Saying goodbye after 10 years is a very traumatic process - more so for you, her parent, than for her - who will have had the comfort of passing peacefully in your arms. Now you pay the price for all the years of unconditional love she has showered upon you - all the fun and companionship you shared. The love of each fur-child is unique and irreplaceable - because of the space she occupies in your heart - forever. When you felt her leave for Heaven it hurt because she took a part of you with her - a hole that no one else can fill. In time - as with an `amputation` you will adjust to your loss - and the pain will become less: until tears run dry and you are able to find her spirit near you - comforting you. Then it will be a day for thanksgiving for your lives together - continuing one day in Heaven.
From: Nikki
On: 1/4/17
We will miss you Bindy!
From: Juliet
On: 1/4/17
Bin Bin, I'm so thankful that I got the pleasure of knowing you and loving you for so long. I remember all the nights we spent chasing you around the neighborhood because you escaped and just wanted to explore and play. I remember you always being so happy laying there with us, cuddling us, and sleeping under the blankets while we watched movies. I could always count on you to be under the table when I accidentally dropped my food scraps. But most of all I'm so thankful for how happy you made Melissa and her family. Your memories will always be with us. You were and are so loved. Rest in peace sweet girl
From: Dianna
On: 1/4/17
You made such a nice memorial tribute to your Bindy and just wanted you to know as a fellow pet owner/lover for all my life, I share in your sadness in this loss. What you said about their unconditional love, and I add their unconditional loyalty, is what we miss most. Blessings.
From: Susan Harrill
On: 1/3/17
I am so sorry to hear about your loss of Bindy. Please find comfort in knowing that Bindy 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 Bindy and my babies have all become good friends. You can visit with Spooky at: Take Care, Susan
From: Shannon
On: 1/3/17
Oh Bindy, where do I start? I remember the day your loving family brought you home. Scott, Melissa and I sat in the front yard in a circle and you hobbled around on your little puppy paws to each of us. From then on you were undoubtably a member of the family. Auntie Sharon brought you everywhere! You picked us up from carpool, after school activities and sometimes even attended those activities :) I will never forget having to constantly chase you down the street at least once a week because you sneaked out of the house and decided to run as fast as you can through the neighborhood (sometimes giving your family a heart attack because we thought you were lost). Whenever I was at your house (which was kind of 24/7), you were always up to something; whether it was eating food off the table or getting into the halloween candy. From your howls to your indestructible digestive tract, you will never be forgotten <3 rip Bindy Sue Tuttle
From: Nikki
On: 1/3/17
We will miss you Bindy!
From: Seany boy
On: 1/3/17
First off, I LOVE pugs, and you are a puggle - so by default you held a special place in my heart. I always enjoyed seeing you whenever I came over. The essence of you calm nature was something I admired. Cuddling in whoever's lap it may have been, you looked as comfortable and happy as any dog possibly could. I remember one time on father's day, Scott and I were playing video games upstairs. I turned my head for one second and you devoured my whole chicken breast in two huge bites - bone and all. I was a little upset, but more impressed at your food eating abilities than anything, so it was OK. I am also so grateful that you provided my dog Stella with a best friend (even though Stella annoyed you from time to time! Haha) Bindy, you may have left this earth, but you will surely never leave any of our hearts. I know you'll be waiting for us at the end of Rainbow Bridge. Rest in peace Bindy.
From: Ann
On: 1/3/17
May the special memories of your beloved fur-angel, Bindy, be of comfort in your grief. Such a beautiful, precious furbaby!

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