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Home Page Forums RAINBOW BRIDGE Fern died, then Thistle died. RE: Fern died, then Thistle died.


Moonlight_Wolf
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Thanks so much. I will always remember all the good times that we all spent together. All the tricks I taught Fern. How Thistle would always grunt is you petted him while he was eating. I will always remember them both fondly. I still can’t quite fathom that I lost both of them within a week. But I can imagine that losing Fern was like Thistle losing his world. She was the only creature he liked, since he wasn’t too fond of humans or the dogs or the cat. Seeing how sad and lost he was after she died made it feel even worse. So I can’t even fathom how he was feeling if he externally appeared so sad.