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Memories of Doc Boesch
Before Doc got sick, he was a 22lb teddy bear who converted even the most reluctant cat lover into a Doc lover. He was funny, rotten, kind and always looked like he was up to something. When I would cry, he would lay on the bed next to me and hold me like a human would. Arms around my back. It was unreal. Losing him is probably the hardest thing I've ever had to do. He went peacefully but it was too soon. I thought we had a few more years together, but I think Doc knew otherwise. He loved laying under the Christmas tree and he LOVED his twin sister Sammy Jo who will miss him until they are reunited on the Rainbow Bridge. I know that he's being taken good care of by his cousins, Ricky, Lucy and Chester and I know that someday, I'll enter the bridge myself and see those HUGE beautiful green eyes heading my way. I'd give anything to bury my head in his soft white chest just one more time. He was truly a one of a kind. No one can ever replace Doc. He was my best friend through marriage, divorce, heartache, job loss, job gain, my father's stroke, the loss of my Grandparents...everything. I'm not sure how I'll go on without him, but I know he'd want me to. He cared more about me than I think any human could. He was just a big guy full of love. I miss you sweet Papy Doc, but Mommy will see you again. Aunt Judie/Mom aches for you too. You were our heart and forever will be. Rest in Peace my love and never feel sick again.

Always your Mommies,
Renee and Judie



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