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From: ROBERT PAUL
On: 1/3/18
 
TAMMY TOMORROW 01-04 THE 1ST ANNIVERSARY OF YOUR COCO PUFF PASSING I SEND EACH MY CONDOLENCES
From: Wendy Taylor
On: 12/10/17
 
Hi Tammy, I just found your sweet CoCo PUFF's memorial residency. I just started coming to this website because of my own loss. I had to help my Baby Bee to the bridge in Oct. I know it's been a little while since CoCo PUFF has been gone and I am just hoping you are making it through the days a little easier. Your stories are so much like mine with my Bee. She too had a stroller the last 2 years we were together, she was my support dog as well. We went everywhere together and when she could no longer travel, I stopped. I do understand how hard it is to go on without your other half. I am not the same person anymore. I really don't think we are suppose to be. Anyway, just know your not alone and I know truly how hard the days are.
From: pam
On: 2/16/17
 
Dear Tammy, you have my sympathy on the passing of your sweet CoCo Puff. God bless you.
From: Debbie
On: 1/25/17
 
I know no words can really sooth the loss of your beloved Coco Puff. My prayers go out to you. He was a beautiful boy and I know he must have brought a lot of joy to your life. He will be waiting for you by the Rainbow Bridge. My deepest condolences, Debbie
From: Ann
On: 1/25/17
 
May the special memories of your beloved fur-angel, CoCo PUFF be of comfort in your grief. Such a beautiful, precious furbaby!
From: Kathy (Oreo,Ralph,Eva)
On: 1/25/17
 
Tommy..CoCo is a beautiful girl with a great smile.....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: Candace Bare
On: 1/23/17
 
I am so sorry for the loss of your sweet baby CoCo PUFF. Nothing can ease the pain and heartbreak of losing your sweet little fur baby.
From: Tessa
On: 1/23/17
 
Tammy, I feel for you at the passing of your beloved CoCo PUFF - the love of your heart and your life. Such a close relationship is rare and beautiful. I know! Of course you are `torn` after having to make the hardest decision of all - to say goodbye in this life. There is no `right time`. God has given us full responsibility for our precious fur-children in life - and at their passing - to make sure they go at the optimum time for them - not always for us - who suffer pangs not only of grief but also of guilt: the cruellest emotion which accompanies grief even when there is no need to blame ourselves. This is `responsibility guilt` which I too have been through so I understand! I know from what you write that you are assured of your special love continuing with him in Heaven. It also continues here through knowing him on a spiritual level. His passing has meant `the breaking of your heart - he has torn your soul apart`. I promise you it gets better and God`s healing will come to you.
From: Dianna
On: 1/22/17
 
Just a note to let you know I share in your sadness in the loss of CoCo Puff. I know your heart is grieving and I hope that the sweet memories you have of your sweet baby will help your heart to heal. Blessings.
From: Regina - Bailey's Mom
On: 1/22/17
 
I am so sorry for your loss of CoCo Puff. My heart goes out to you as I know you are struggling so with the loss of your precious baby. Your world has lost a very special baby, family member and friend, but the heavens have welcomed home a very special soul. Earth’s loss is heaven’s gain. I know you had a special relationship with CoCo Puff that will always be a part of you. I pray that my sweet little girl, Bailey, found CoCo Puff and they have become friends. May the precious love you shared with CoCo Puff continue to warm your heart and I hope you find peace and comfort knowing that your love will bind you together forever. Peace and blessings to you. My precious Bailey left our world December 5th, 2013 and we miss her so. Please visit my Bailey at http://RainbowsBridge.com/residents/BAILE364/Resident.htm
From: Rose (Paisley's mom)
On: 1/21/17
 
Dear Tammy, my condolences on Coco Puff's passing. What a handsome little guy, I can see how he stole your heart. Sending prayers to you that in time your heart will heal. Coco Puff will always be with you in heart and spirit. Blessings, Rose
From: Carol (Murphy's Mom)
On: 1/21/17
 
Tammy, I am so sorry for the loss of your sweet Coco Puff. The story you shared about all the happy memories you had together are precious and will remain in your heart. I lost my Murphy on 2/7/16 and not a day goes by that I don't think about him or a situation we shared together. Even though Coco has transitioned over, he is with you now in a different form because the bond you two have cannot be broken. I hope Coco meets my Murphy so they can relax in the warm sunshine together.
From: Susan Harrill
On: 1/20/17
 
I am so sorry to hear about your loss of CoCo PUFF. Please find comfort in knowing that CoCo PUFF 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 CoCo PUFF and my babies have all become good friends. You can visit with Spooky at: http://www.rainbowsbridge.com/residents/Spook002/resident.HTM Take Care, Susan
From: Chester's Dad
On: 1/20/17
 
Dear Tammy, My prayers are with you on the passing of your precious Coco PUFF. He was a beautiful boy and obviously deeply loved. You gave him a wonderful life and It is not easy losing our loving companions. I completely understand the pain and grief that you are experienced 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 CoCo PUFF will continually provide you with comfort, he will forever live in your hearts and memories. If you would like, please feel free to visit my Baby's memorial. http://rainbowsbridge.com/residents/CHEST037/Resident.htm. Sending love and light, Nelson
From: Debbie, Ginger's mom
On: 1/20/17
 
I'm sorry for your loss.
From: Lula- Mom of Angel Duran
On: 1/20/17
 
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: Andrell
On: 1/20/17
 
Tammy- It was evident in your beautiful tribute to Coco Puff how special your relationship was and will always be. Now, his teeny-tiny footprint is etched on your heart for an eternity. In your time of need, may memories bring you solace and time bring you peace. Please accept my deepest sympathy and a cozy bed I have placed at Rainbow Bridge--snuggle in peace, Coco Puff.
From: sher
On: 1/20/17
 
hi i am so verysorry foryourlossmyprayersare with youGodBlessyou
From: Donna Becker
On: 1/20/17
 
Tammy... I am so very sorry for the loss of your sweet baby. Thank you for sharing him with us...that was such a beautiful tribute. You must miss him terribly and I am keeping you close to my heart as yours continues to heal. Godspeed sweet CoCo Puff...I know you are never far from your mommy..you are such a GOOD boy!
From: Joyce(Joshua's Mom)
On: 1/20/17
 
They will not go quietly, the pets who've shared our lives. In subtle ways they let us know their spirit still survives. Old habits still can make us think we hear them at the door Or step back when we drop a tasty morsel on the floor. Our feet still go around the place the food dish use to be, And, sometimes, coming home at night, we miss them terribly. And although time may bring new friends and a new food dish to fill, That one place in our hearts belongs to them.... and always will. - Author unknown. I am so sorry for your loss but I do hope that this poem offers you some comfort. Blessings………………….. Joyce

 
 
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