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Posted by: Anna Farrow Posts: 2 - Joined: Mon Oct 15th, 2012 01:01 am

#353 - by Anna Farrow >> Mon Oct 15th, 2012 01:15 am

I have been looking around the site and came across the books section and found the book titled Bill at Rainbow Bridge.
I lost my 4 year old cat Vic last Thursday, he had been involved in a car accident on the Wednesday and sadly lost his battle. Since then there have been 2 occasions where we have had rainbows in the sky. We have buried Vic in our Garden and today there was a rainbow and it seemed that the end of the rainbow was in the garden at the spot where he was buried. He was a cheeky little chappie into everything and really inquisitive as well as vocal, if he wanted something he let you know and didn't stop till he got his own way. Since finding the book on the site and reading that it is a mythical place where pets go I fell that Vic is once again telling me that although he may be gone he loved me and is waiting at Rainbow Bridge. I cry for him every day and I also have another cat called Forty (his brother) and he comes and comforts me. I am going to get the book and I know that I will cry from the first page to last. Vic was my angel who gave me sandpaper kisses XXX
Posted by: Anna Farrow Posts: 2 - Joined: Mon Oct 15th, 2012 01:01 am

#354 - by Anna Farrow >> Mon Oct 15th, 2012 01:43 am

I had never heard of Rainbow Bridge before tonight when I was looking on the internet to see if my feelings of devastation are normal and came across references to this mythical place. I feel that Vic is trying to tell me that he is ok and has gone to Rainbow Bridge, Am I imagining things I don't thinks so, somehow finding out about this place and seeing the rainbows today (They stayed there for ages) has made me feel a little better. I believe that white feathers are angels giving us messages I also believe that Vic is waiting at the end of the Rainbow. XX
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#355 - by Admin >> Tue Oct 16th, 2012 02:19 pm

From Facebook page:

"Sarah Sorrell-Ashford: My little girl moo left us for the rainbow bridge on Saturday, we buried her in the garden and there it was in all it's glory! A rainbow! Reaching far into the clouds, if I wasn't sure before, I'm absolutely certain now that the bridge awaits them all. Moo died of old age, she is now with my boy puffy who died far too young 6 months ago. I truly believe that now xx

Marie Reade: I was told told my dog had an incurable ear tumour and to take her home enjoy her for a few weeks then bring her bacl to be pts i couldnt decide when to take day i took her out and rainbow appeared and she seemed to walk through it i knew the time had come i took her to the vets that day and i lay on the floor with her looking into her eyes and thanked her for being such a special dog she slipped away so peacefully i was so relieved she didnt look stressed at all. I too believe in rainbowsx"
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