Dickens's Rainbow Bridge Guest Book

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On: 9/16/17
From: Kathy (Oreo,Ralph,Eva)
On: 11/14/16
Linda/Vern..Dickens is a beautiful boy 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. He is now healthy and playing with Oreo,Ralph and Eva while waiting for us to join them on the Bridge.I can send you my babies site if you wish to visit..take care..
From: pam
On: 10/21/16
Dear Linda and Vern, you have my sympathy on the loss of your sweet Dickens. God bless you.
From: Dianna
On: 10/18/16
Just wanted you to know my heart is sad with yours in the loss of Dickens. Having rescued two very special fur babies in my lifetime, it's so awesome to see them blossom in a home where they are loved and accepted. I hope your heart heals soon.
From: Pressy's Family
On: 10/17/16
Hello, handsome Dickens, welcome to the meadow by Rainbow Bridge. Mommy and Daddy love and miss you so...they made you a beautiful place and wrote loving words. We asked our Pressy to welcome you and be a playmate to chase colorful rainbows and give you special kitty love headbumps. She'll show you wonders of Paradise meadow and teach you to send love signs on the wind so Mommy and Daddy feel your loving presence with them and sweet kisses in gentle breezes. You're now a guardian star shining brightly until they come to cross the Bridge together for all time. We ask they not be so sad but treasure your memory and remember you're nestled beside your pawprints deep in their hearts forever. Play meadow games with furangels but stop often to smile at Mommy and Daddy so they feel the warmth of your love surround them and know you miss them too and are with them. Soar among clouds on silvery new angel wings to watch over Mommy and Daddy always, beloved sweet Dickens. Pressy's Grandpa
From: Carol - carshion's mom
On: 10/16/16
Dear Linda & Vern, i'm so sorry for your loss. Our pets are our loyal companions to the very end. Your precious Dickens is at peace and is now an angel in heaven. I recently loss my beloved Carshion and I understand emptiness and grieve of losing our beloved best friends. Dickens & Carshion are our fur-angels in rainbow meodows busy making new furry friends and waiting for us at the Rainbow Bridge. For Beautiful Dickens, Rest in peace, your family created a beautiful & loving memorial for you here at Rainbow Bridge and they miss you very much. Let them know that your love, bond & memory lives on for eternity. Take sweet care until we all meet beyond the clouds. I left you a ham bone to enjoy in doggie heaven. From Carshion's mom. Feel free to visit my beloved Carshion's memorial at http://RainbowsBridge.com/residents/CARSH001/Resident.htm
From: Debbie
On: 10/12/16
I know no words can really sooth the loss of your beloved Dickens. My prayers go out to you. He was a beautiful boy and I know he must have brought a lot of joy to your lives. He will be waiting for you by the Rainbow Bridge. My condolences, Debbie
From: Kathy (Oreo,Ralph,Eva)
On: 10/9/16
Linda/Vern..Dickens 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.I can send you my babies site if you wish to visit..take care..
From: Rose (Paisley's mom)
On: 10/9/16
Dear Linda & Vern, my condolences on Dickens' passing. I know how much you must be missing your little buddy. May his wonderful memories always bring smiles to your hearts. I left him a little birthday cupcake for him to enjoy. Blessings, Rose
From: Debbie, Ginger's mom
On: 10/9/16
I'm sorry for your loss.
From: Tessa
On: 10/6/16
Linda & Vern, I am so sorry to learn of the passing of your very handsome Dickens - with you for 12 years from a pup. Thank you for giving him such a wonderful life and for caring for him to the end. You say `he died with dignity` and that he is your `hero gone too soon`. It appears from what you say that you spared him a painful end even though it meant `saying goodbye`. It is the hardest thing we have to do as parents - but our responsibility to them - at their passing as well as in life. You did your best for your brave little boy and paid the price of love when you lost him in this life. He is your `dear friend` who is waiting for you in the Land of Light and Love. If you could see him now you would be so happy for him. He is running around playing with other animals - and God`s angels who are in charge of him whilst he awaits his owners to re-claim him. What a day of rejoicing that will be! In that wonderful place which God has prepared for us there will be no more `goodbyes`.
From: Susan Harrill
On: 10/6/16
I am so sorry to hear about your loss of Dickens. Please find comfort in knowing that Dickens 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 Dickens 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: Andrell
On: 10/6/16
Linda and Vern- Such a lovely tribute to your best friend and companion, Dickens, who filled your lives with love, loyalty, laughter and tears. Your memory-enriched routine may have come to an end and the silence must be so painful-- allow it to bring comfort in your time of need. I am so deeply sorry for your loss and added a brick to the paw-lined path to Rainbow Bridge, where all those we have loved are waiting oh so patiently to be reunited once again.
From: sher
On: 10/6/16
hii am so very sorry foryourlossmyprayersa rewith youGodBlessyou
From: Ann
On: 10/6/16
May the special memories of your beloved fur-angel, Dickens, be of comfort in your grief. Such a handsome, precious boy!
From: Josephine
On: 10/6/16
I'm sorry to hear of Dickens passing. I know how hard this loss is. May he rest in peace
From: Toni
On: 10/6/16
Dickens I am sorry for your loss. Linda & Vern love you and miss 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.
From: Regina - Bailey's Mom
On: 10/4/16
I am so sorry for your loss of Dickens. 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 Dickens that will always be a part of you. I pray that my sweet little girl, Bailey, found Dickens and they have become friends. May the precious love you shared with Dickens 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 this world December 5th, 2013 and we miss her so. Please visit my Bailey at http://RainbowsBridge.com/residents/BAILE364/Resident.htm
From: Chester's Dad
On: 10/4/16
Dear Linda and Vern, My prayers are with you on the recent passing of your precious Dickens. 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 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 Dickens 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
On: 10/4/16

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