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    RIP Razz

    Today I lost my best friend and constant companion.

    He was almost 15 years old. This morning he couldn't stand without falling. I took him to the vet and there was nothing they could do for him. Age had taken its toll. I was holding him as he took his last breath.

    He has been failing over the last year or so and I know he is in a peaceful place.

    God has never created a more loving, protective, and loyal companion. I'm going to miss him very much.

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    so sorry to hear that. bob
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    That's a hard thing to do Bob...

    I know how much these furry friends can work their way into your heart...

    So sorry for your loss...
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    Sorry to hear this. My condolences. My guy is getting up in years, 13 I think, and I know our time is running out. It won't be easy.
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    sorry to hear of this bob, but you will need to get a new one to help fill the void. they never replace but do help us get threw.
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    sorry to hear the sad news.

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    Sorry Bob. We do get attached to them.

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    Such a beautiful and friendly face!! Sorry to hear of your loss. It never gets easier. May the shamrocks fall softly. Jim.
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    Sorry to hear that Bob.
    Our thoughts are with you.
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    been there done that, not fun thinking about you my friend. Only thing I can say is after 4 years, the memories are still good

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