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    The warmth behind my knees is gone

    As some of you know, we lost Tippy to snakebite. This is my tribute to him

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    Funny, inspirational, memory jogging sad..all at the same time.

    Remember the good times and funny things that Tippy did, and remember to smile to yourself at times when you recall something special
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    that is really lovely Takira.
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    Pets are certainly members of the family, I am sorry for your loss.

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    That is a lovely tribute to Tippy - very evocative and familiar to many who have had a special dog as part of their life. Condolences on the loss of your Tippy. (((hugs)))

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    Kind of pulls on the heartstrings. Dogs really become part of the family. My Welsh Corgi, Reilly is 14 now, and I already think about missing him. I know how you feel.

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    Thanks for your thoughts everyone.
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    That's a lovely tribute, Di..so sorry for your loss!
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    Wow, beautiful.. I also know what it is like to lose a pet too soon.. Take care
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    i feel for your loss, have to go and hug my hounds
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    Vale, little Tippy. Di & Wayne, he will be waiting at the Rainbow Bridge for you.
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    Very nicely done.
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    I totally agree Rossco- everyone go hug your loved ones (furred, feathered, finned, and skinned), right now- tomorrow is not promised to anyone.

    Odille- I know you know how much he meant to us, but I will never forget the resect in his eyes for you when you put him in his place when you visited. I couldn't believe how they then followed you around behaving better than they ever had (it is a nice memory)

    Thankyou to you all.
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