On October 7th my little Kayla gave birth to her babies. She had five, 2 girls and 3 boys. She is a very good mom. All of my little Silky Yorkies are perfect. They are growing and playing and enjoying their little lives very much. I am now in the process of finding their forever homes. That will take awhile because I will only allow their new home to be with only loving and caring parents.
After so much heartache and feeling of loss from my little Mico's death, I bought another little silky and named her Kayla. She and my little yorkie Kippy just had a litter of five beautiful puppies. I am so proud to say that everything went very smooth with no complications so far and the puppies as well as the mother are thriving wonderfully. My heart is filled with so much joy and I just wanted to share the news with my friends here.
I have been away for awhile and I noticed that there have been members wanting to joined the Loss of a Pet site. I truly apologize for not being available at that time but I am back now and I welcome all of you who would like to share your loss with us to feel free to do so. Love you all.
This poem brought me a lot of comfort when I read it and I wanted to share it with all of you.
Enough. please, I'm ready to go. You've done all you can possibly do, and it's okay to let me go now. You've always had my well-being foremost in your mind, and I've known that. You've always tended to my safety, and I've know that. I thank you for all that you have done. You've sacrificed sleep and rest for me. You've sacrificed your personal life for me. You've sacrificed your fianancial comfort for me. How could I ever doubt your love for me? I couldn't and I don't. I never have before, and I don't now. And, now I thank you for what you are about to do, You are going to let me go lovingly and unselfishly-Neither of us are the same as we were before we adopted each other. We've become part of the tapestry of each other's life. Now wrap me lovingly in your love and hold me gently. I will be part of your life's tapestryy forever.
-Betty J. Carmack