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From: Dana (IddyBears Mom)
On: 3/18/18
 
Brenda and Gary, Your memories of Max and Cinders are shared so beautifully. I'm so sorry for your loss. Treasure the memories and know the Bridge-kids are there with your angels... God Bless
From: pam
On: 3/10/18
 
Dear Brenda and Gary, you have my sympathy on the loss of your sweet Max. God bless you.
From: Carol (Murphy's Mom)
On: 2/25/18
 
Brenda and Gary, I am sorry for the loss of Max. To lose one loving furry family member is hard enough, but to lose two. They are most likely having fun running and playing with all the other spirit angels. Both are happy and fully healed. They long for the day when you are all together again. Until then, both will surely visit you in their new spirit form because the bond you share is strong and cannot be broken. ♥
From: Debbie, Ginger's mom
On: 2/15/18
 
I'm sorry for your loss.
From: Minks Mom
On: 2/12/18
 
Dearest Brenda and Gary, I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved Max. I wish I had the words to ease the pain and heartache of your loss. I will keep you in prayer.
From: Carmen's & Gigi's mom - alicia
On: 2/11/18
 
Dear Brenda and Gary, The love between an owner and a their dog can only be described by one word, unconditional. Reading your words, it’s so obvious the two of you and Max and Cinders had such a wonderful mutual friendship. Just like you said in Max's memorial, it’s never really “Goodbye”, just “Until we’re together again”. You have my sincerest condolences
From: Ann
On: 2/11/18
 
May the special memories of your much loved fur angel, Max, be of comfort in your grief. Such a precious fur baby!
From: Wendy Taylor
On: 2/11/18
 
Brenda and Gary, I just found your Max this morning. I had to go back and look at Cinder as I remember visiting a Cinder just yesterday. I am so sorry to know that you have lost 2 fur babies so close together. I can only imagine how hard this must be for the both of you. Max and Cinder, Your mommy and daddy are very heartbroken. Please send them a sign from time to time to let them know that you are both watching over them and waiting for them at the bridge when the time is right. They love and miss you both so much. Always loved, forever missed and never forgotten.
From: Dianna
On: 2/11/18
 
Just a note to tell you that I do share in your sadness in the loss of Max. I have two beautiful fur friends. I have been a dog lover/owner for most of my life and I guess what we miss most is the unconditional love and loyalty they give us on a daily basis. Mu two are a full dachshund amd a mixed lab. Both were rescued for different reasons. I hope Cinders is willing to have another companion and I hope you will consider a rescued because so many are needing loving and safe homes like yours. Blessings.
From: Susan Harrill
On: 2/11/18
 
I am so sorry to hear about your loss of Max. Please find comfort in knowing that Max 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. On 1/3/18 my little cat Zoe passed away. I am sure that Max 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: sher
On: 2/11/18
 
hi i amso truly sorry for yourloss myprayers and healing hugs are with youGodBlessyou
From: Pammie Halpin
On: 2/11/18
 
Dear Gary and Brenda: Your story about Max touched my heart. I will never forget him or the love you have for him. I too lost a furbaby. On August 28th I had to help my beloved Bob Barker across the Rainbow Bridge. He was only 14, but he had Cushing’s disease, was blind and deaf and had debilitating seizures that were causing brain damage…and the pain is still very real, so I truly understand your pain and loss. Bob Barker is a very special part of my family and leaves a place in my heart that feels empty. My pups and I are sending you very – very special loving thoughts, prayers, positive energy, and petitioning the Universe to ease your heart pain and give you peace in the knowledge that you will see your sweet Max again one day and that for now your he is but a dream away…. You can visit Bob Barker’s memorial at: https://www.rainbowsbridge.com/residents/BOBBA002/Resident.htm Kindest Regards, Pammie, Vienna & Little Max
From: Toni
On: 2/11/18
 
Max I am sorry for your loss. 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: 2/9/18
 
I am so sorry for your loss of Max. 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 Max that will always be a part of you. I pray that my sweet little girl, Bailey, found Max and they have become friends. May the precious love you shared with Max 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: Clare and Martha
On: 2/5/18
 
Dear Max, you are so truly cherished. We know that you and Cinders are watching over your family with all the love in your hearts and that you send many tail wags of love to your mommy and daddy. Dear Brenda and Gary, we are certain that Max and Cinders are watching over you and that they will be at the Bridge one day to take you Home with them forever. May their sweet presence fill your hearts and home with love, peace and comfort until that day dawns, and you're together again, and may your precious memories bring you healing. Many blessings and much peace, Clare and Martha
From: Rosalind Kotlar
On: 2/5/18
 
For Brenda & Gary, I just visited both your Cinders and now your Max's Rainbows Bridge residencies. My heart goes out to you both having lost two precious fur angels so close together. Sending you both a huge Rainbow hug, God Bless, Rosalind (Pedro's Mom).
From: Andrell
On: 2/5/18
 
Brenda and Gary: Rainbow Bridge is for the loving souls we have come to know and love, who have enhanced our lives for an eternity and will never be forgotten. Imagine, if you will, Max and Cinders running effortlessly throughout the vast meadows where the gentle breezes ruffles their fur. They are waiting patiently for their humans to return home. This eternal connection will never be broken and I have left a gift of a pull rope to stay connected to the two loves of your life-never let go! With my heartfelt sympathy.
From: ROBERT PAUL
On: 2/4/18
 
BRENDA AND GARY AS WITH CINDERS I SO SORRY ABOUT YOUR LOSS OF MAX.WE HAD TO LET 3 OF OUR FURBABIE GO OVER THE LAST 43 YEARS I UNDERSTAND THE HURT YOU FEEL.
From: Pressy's Family
On: 2/4/18
 
Hello, handsome Max. We're sorry we've not visited sooner...we didn't know about you. Our Pressy is the little old gray lady kitty who helped you welcome Cinders to Paradise meadow. Pressy asked her family to visit you. She told us she plays in golden sunbeams and chases bright rainbows and colorful butterflies with you. She said she gives you special kitty love headbumps and taught you to send love signs on the wind so Mommy and Daddy feel your loving presence with them and kisses in gentle breezes. Pressy said you sent a love sign to tell them Cinders arrived in Paradise meadow and is watching over them waiting with you until they come to cross Rainbow Bridge together forever. Play meadow games with furangels in beautiful Paradise but stop often to smile at Mommy and Daddy so they feel the warmth of your love surround them and know you miss them and are with them. Soar among clouds on silvery angel wings to watch over Mommy and Daddy always, beloved sweet little guy. Pressy's Grandpa

 
 
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