Simon Christopher Joseph Fraser, Lord Lovat's Rainbow Bridge Guest Book

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From: pam
On: 12/26/15
Dear Iain, you have my sympathy on the loss of your sweet Simon Christopher Joseph Fraser, Lord Lovat. God bless you.
From: Diane
On: 7/26/15
Hello Iain As you reflect on the memory of your beautiful Simon Christopher Joseph Fraser, Lord Lovat. King Solomon wrote in Ecclesiastes: "To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under heaven…a time to weep and a time to laugh; a time to mourn and a time to dance…" The Zohar, the classic work of Kabbalah, describes the inner psyche of man as "crying being on one side of the heart and laughing on the other side of the heart." Yet, there is an even deeper understanding, we will learn to be joyous and broken hearted at the same time. Our fur babies where so beautiful and a gift of true joy & love, how can we not be happy when we reflect on their memory and begin to celebrate their life. One day we will be together again with our beautiful companions; I lost my Zander & Zianna & have attached their link if you care to visit. With Love & Sympathy Diane.
From: Susan Harrill
On: 7/4/15
I am so sorry to hear about your loss of Shimi. Please find comfort in knowing that Shimi 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 Shimi and my babies have all become good friends. You can visit with Spooky at: Take Care, Susan
From: Debbie, Ginger's mom
On: 7/4/15
I'm sorry for your loss.
From: Pressy's Family
On: 7/3/15
Hello, handsome Brigadier Simon Christopher Joseph Fraser, DSO, MC, Lord Lovat, welcome to the meadow by Rainbow Bridge. Dad loves and misses you so...he made you a beautiful place and wrote loving words. We asked our Pressy to welcome you and be a playmate to chase butterflies and trade kitty love headbumps. She'll show you Paradise meadow and teach you to send love signs on the wind so Dad hears your sweet purrs and feels a soft touch of your kitty paw in gentle breezes. You're now another guardian star shining brightly until he comes to cross the Bridge together for all time. We ask he not be so sad but treasure memories of you and remember you're curled up beside your pawprints deep in his heart forever. Play meadow games with other furangels but stop often to smile at Dad so he feels the warmth of your love surround him and knows you miss him too and are with him. Soar among clouds on silvery new angel wings to watch over Dad always, beloved Shimi Lovat. Pressy's Grandpa
From: Bridget
On: 7/3/15
Hello Simon Christopher Joseph Fraser, Lord Lovat, What a handsome guy you are. I know that you are doing well and feeling great. I hope you found my Finnbar at Rainbowsbridge. He's not Scots, but he is Irish, and named after my favorite Irish singer, Finnbar Furey. I'm sure you guys can find something to talk about. Send Iain kisses on the summer breeze. He misses you so much. And if you run into a little cat with big ears named Finnbar please give him a kiss for me.
From: Ann
On: 7/3/15
My heart goes out to you in the loss of your beautiful, precious well as in the recent loss of your other furbabies. I thank you for the lovely quote by Lord Byron, and I pray that your wonderful memories will comfort you in your grief.
From: sher
On: 7/3/15
hii am sov erysorry for yourlossmyprayers are with youGodBless you
From: Ron
On: 7/3/15
I am very sorry for your loss. May all the Good memories and the joy shared together give you comfort.
From: Toni
On: 7/3/15
Simon Christopher Joseph Fraser, Lord Lovat I am sorry for your loss. Lain 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. Toni
From: Clare and Martha
On: 7/3/15
Dear Simon Christopher Joseph Fraser, Lord Lovat, how purrfectly handsome you are. Please go to the Bridge and purr your precious love down the Rainbow straight into the heart of your dad who misses you so much, and he will send his love right back to you on angels' wings. Dear Iain, your world has lost a very special furpurrson, family member and friend, and heaven has welcomed Home a very special soul. Shimi is now your very own angel, watching over and for you, just as Tashi, Katy and BG are watching over us, until you meet again and cross the Bridge together. May his sweet love continually nuzzle your heart until then, and may you find comfort in knowing that the silver thread of love that binds you heart to heart with Shimi will never be broken. Many blessings and much peace, Clare and Martha
From: Rosalind Kotlar
On: 7/3/15
For sweet Simon Christopher Joseph Fraser,Lord Lovat, I know that during your lifetime you gave Iain much joy. Now I am wishing for you lots and lots of happiness in the meadows beyond the Rainbow Bridge. From looking at your photo and reading what Iain wrote for and about you it is obvious that you came from a very warm and loving home. Shimi I have a wonderful playmate for you. His name is Pedro and although he is a little dog he is adorable just like you. I know you two will be very good friends. For Iain, I just visited Shimi's Rainbows Bridge residency and wanted to express my deepest sympathy for the loss of your precious furangel. I am sure if asked, Shimi would have said that every day spent with you was a blessing. Having lost my little boy Pedro I can understand how you must be feeling and how much you must miss Shimi. Wishing you all the very best always, Rosalind (Pedro's Mom)

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