Bristol's Rainbow Bridge Guest Book

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From: Jessie
On: 12/29/19
What a lovely memorial. You have truly kept your fur baby’s memories alive. As I am about to lose mine, your entries made me smile. He would be so proud of how far you’ve come, and that you still update him on your life. I hope I get to be as fortunate as you when my son leaves in the coming week. Thank you for being such a great fur parent.
From: Monica M.
On: 6/12/19
Deborah, my heart goes out to you as you mourn your little Bristol. Time may move on, but they never leave our hearts our our thoughts. Such a pity that our pets' lives are so much shorter than our own. I just wanted to post a note here, as I see his 2nd anniversary is tomorrow. He was a gorgeous little guy, and what a beautiful backyard he had!
On: 6/12/18
From: Priscilla
On: 3/24/18
I had to visit Bristol’s page. What a sweet boy from what I read. He is so adorable in his pictures. Your entries are exactly how I feel, and what I will always feel regarding Kobe. I loved him so much. My world revolved around him. I literally do not know how I’m going to go forward without ever thinking of him. Pris.
From: Wendy Taylor
On: 10/17/17
Deborah, I am so sorry to know about you dear sweet Bristol. I read you entire journal about you, Bristol, Stella. I just lost my everything myself and to read that you are just going through the motions in life, trying to be happy, trying to to love the surviving animal, all of those, I am going through. I am waiting for the time when I can say I have "bad days" rather than "bad moments". Please know you are not alone and so many other people feel just like you do, just like I do. We have to believe that it will get easier. Many paw prints on your heart from your Bristol.
From: Megan
On: 10/16/17
Dear Deborah- your memorial page for your friend Bristol is awesome! Thank you for the chance to learn about your life together. I know it can be so sad and lonely when our pets die. I hope that the happy times will keep your friend close by to you until you meet again. -Megan, with Dexter "Big Essie" and Rinchen in Philadelphia
From: Kathy (Oreo,Ralph,Eva)
On: 7/7/17
Deborah..Bristol is a beautiful boy,...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. He 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: Rose (Paisley's mom)
On: 7/4/17
Deborah, my condolences on Bristol's passing. The love and friendship shared will never be forgotten. Bristol is now happy and healthy at RB. I hope my little Paisley has welcomed him and they are having fun sunning under the warm rays of RB. Blessings, Rose
From: Carol (Murphy's Mom)
On: 6/27/17
Deborah, I am sorry for the loss of your sweet angel Bristol. Such a cutie! Know that Bristol has nothing but love and gratitude for the wonderful life and home you gave him. I hope he meets up with my Murphy who also gave me so much love and joy.
From: Susan Harrill
On: 6/20/17
I am so sorry to hear about your loss of Bristol. Please find comfort in knowing that Bristol 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. On March 20, 2017 my sweet little calico Gabbi crossed over Rainbow's Bridge. I adopted her about a month after Spooky passed away and Gabbi also lived to be almost 16 years old. I am sure that Bristol and my babies have all become good friends. You can visit with Spooky at: Take Care, Susan
From: Donna Becker
On: 6/20/17
Deborah..... I am so very sorry for the loss of your best friend and fur child. You are in my thoughts and close to my heart while your own heart begins to slowly heal. Godspeed precious Bristol.. what a GOOD boy you are!
From: Diana
On: 6/20/17
Bristol was a lucky fellow to have such a great mom, from what you wrote he was surrounded with lots of love and lots of furry friends - what a wonderful life. I am so sorry for your loss, and though we are strangers I wish you peace from the bottom of my heart.
From: Debbie, Ginger's mom
On: 6/20/17
I'm sorry for your loss.
From: Pammie Halpin
On: 6/19/17
Dear Deborah, I too have suffered the loss of a beloved companion, so I understand how much Bristol means to you. You were so lucky to have so many wonderful years together. Now sweet Bristol waits for you to sleep at night and dream of him. His love continues to cross the Rainbow bridge and come to you all the time. Just remember that it is never really “Goodbye”, just “Until we’re together again”! And I pray that this thought will give your heart comfort and peace in the days to come when you think of your sweet Bristol …. My pups and I are sending you lots and lots of extra special loving thoughts, prayers and positive energy for strength, courage and patience until you are all together again. We wish you all the wonderful things that life has to offer. Kindest Regards, Pammie, Bob Barker, Vienna & Little Max
From: Lula- Mom of Angel Duran
On: 6/19/17
Bristol- Thinking of you today at Rainbow Bridge Deborah - So sorry for the loss, of your baby, 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 babies, 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. Also take advantage of the services offered on this site they really help ease the pain God Bless you
From: Andrell
On: 6/19/17
Deborah- There is no better way of cherishing Bristol who enriched your life and taught you the meaning of love, compassion, forgiveness and resilience than on his memorial page. His love for you was larger than life and in a league all his own. May tender thoughts help you through the journey to mend your soul and preserve the wonderful memories gone by. I am so deeply sorry for your loss and know the energy of love cannot be broken. Ever. The pull rope I have left at his resting place is to keep your connection-never let go!
From: Lito Ortiz
On: 6/19/17
Deborah, I’m sorry for your loss. Know that you are not alone. I, too, have lost a beloved pet; everyone in this website have. We feel the pain that you feel; we’ve suffered the loneliness that you suffer, at not having our beloved pet by our side anymore. But we all feel the same relief---that where our beloved pets are now, they’re safe, and happy, and content, whatever afflicted them in this life is gone. And we all share the same hope---one day, we will be together again with our beloved ones. My baby, a female Beagle named River, left for Rainbow Bridge on March 21, 2017; here she is now---
From: sher
On: 6/19/17
h I I am so very sorry foryourlossmyprayers are with youGodBlessyou
From: pam
On: 6/19/17
Dear Deborah, you have my sympathy on the loss of your precious Bristol. God bless you.
From: Toni
On: 6/19/17
Bristol I am sorry for your loss. Deborah loves you and misses you very much. My Perseus went to Rainbow Bridge when he was 14. There are no more aches or pains. No rain only sunshine. Running and playing all day with the other furbabies. One day we will join them for all eternity at Rainbow Bridge.

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