Six Months...

 
 

 Flashback ~ Wolfie ~ May 2021

Six months ago tomorrow, the fourth, I lost my beautiful baby boy at almost 14 years of age. Yes, he was a senior, but he was also my baby, and the baby of my FiveSibes pack. Even though he and his siblings, Bandit and Chloe, were littermates and same age, and he had the strong nickname Wolf, he was just a big, fluffy, baby! I miss his "talking" and him lying next to me the most. I loved reaching over and feeling his fluffy white fur during the night, or early in the morning. I can still feel how warm and content I felt knowing he was right next to me. I honestly can say I no longer sleep as soundly as I did when he was with me. Whenever I was sick, Wolf was there by me. This is the first time I have something major coming up that he won't be here for to give me calm--I am having a total hip replacement surgery. Once I would look forward to his being by my side, and just a mere reach down to feel his fur made me feel better. So this is my solo journey. And while I heal...I will think of him, pictured as he is above so happy, bright-eyed, and beautiful. My baby boy. I will place my hand down alongside me, and imagine that I feel his soothing fur, and hear his soft woos. 💚




I saw this online (if you know whose it is, please let me know for credit) and it is so true, except for me, it was "him" of late, and overall "them," for I miss all of my beloved FiveSibes.

 

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Comments

  1. Aww sweet Wolfie!! I understand what you mean about how our beloved angel pets give us comfort in our most stressful times. He's such a handsome boy! Wishing you well on your upcoming surgery and speedy recovery!

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  2. They do comfort us indeed. He's in your heart forever. We lost our baby 2015 and I still cry. They are so precious.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥

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  3. Healing thoughts for your upcoming surgery! My mom had a total hip replacement. Although the surgery and recovery were rough, it was well worth it in the end. I'm sorry you won't have your sweet Wolfie next to you to help you heal, at least not physically. I hope his memory brings you happiness and comfort while you are healing.

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  4. Awwwww, it's so hard, we totally understand how you feel. Sending oodles of hugs and purrs ❤️

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  5. I'm so sorry you have to go through hip surgery without Wolfie. He will be there in spirit. I still talk to all my spirit animals, especially when times are really tough. At night, when I'm laying in bed and fretting or worse, I swear I can feel two of them snuggle up next to me. It always brings me comfort. I hope you will experience the same thing with your Wolf after your surgery. I'll be thinking of you and wishing you a speedy recovery with spirit Wolf by your side.

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  6. I cannot believe it has been 6 months, I am so sorry he will not be with you when you go through your surgery but he will be with you in spirit. Praying your surgery goes well, sending you a big hug with a woof from Layla

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  7. They always remain babies don't they, regardless of how much they grow or age. Same with my babies.

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  8. I'm glad you have so many wonderful photos of your dogs to help you remember their love. I hope your surgery goes well! My husband had his hip replaced ten years ago and it was one of the best things he's done.

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  9. Good luck with your surgery. I am just glad you have your photos and memories of Wolfie. What an amazing dog eh? Bright as only the best can be. I hope all goes well.

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  10. I will be praying that you heal completely and quickly from your surgery. It's so hard not to have your best buddy by your side. I feel that way about my Cinco. He used to sleep between my legs every night and it took a long time (it has been 6 years) to accept that he wouldn't be there anymore. Grief is a strange thing. Big hugs from me and the kitties!

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  11. Sadly I know all too well of what you've endured these past six months. Please know I'm sending loads of healing energy as you prepare for your hip replacement surgery and will continue to channel hugs and tail wags your way. 💜

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