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Home Page Forums RAINBOW BRIDGE The passing of Ansel RE: The passing of Ansel


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I’m am so sorry for your loss. It is incredibly difficult to wrap one’s mind around these kinds of situations and the grief that follows, but, know that it wasn’t your fault and Ansel was clearly well-loved and cared for while he was here. Just as the vet said, this was an accident. One that you and the professionals couldn’t have expected to know how to handle especially with it being such a rare injury. Your Dalai Lama quote is inspiring and so true–don’t punish yourself. Ansel is free from any suffering. The fact that you took the time to feed him, hold him, and stay up all night to keep him company is a testament of your dedication. All of that affection will have followed him on this journey.

You’re right, he is with love, thanks to all that you gave him.