Online Memorials



December 12, 2009
Missed By: Robert

Goodbye my Girl

Natasha crossed the Rainbow Bridge this morning.....She gave me a sign she was ready and went very peacefully. Her way of telling me it was OK. Even at the end of my life she comforted me. The vet told me if he ever came back as a dog he would want me as an owner. He also said that we walked into his office 3 years ago and he diagnosed Natasha having 2 months to live. I was with her every step of the way at the end. I had a few minutes with her at Final Gift Pet Memorial Center in Cranston RI, I was very touching and beautiful. I am picking her ashes and Urn up in a few hours, it is the one with the name plate and picture. I know she will be right back here with me in a different form. The house is so eeirely quiet right now but I swear I can hear her. I will never have another pet, Natasha was my girl. She will never be replaced. I want to thank Dr. Bruzzi for giving Natasha and myself a few more years together, When he did the bone biopsy she never limped again from the Osteosarcoma, there was some magic done....Dr. Hunley her Oncologist for all his expertise and support. Dr. Pugh for her guidance in Natasha last few days after her seizure. Leon at Final Gift for your sympathy and having the drive to have a business that will touch so many lives. But most of all I want to thank Natasha, for giving me her undivided love and attention, and for being the best pet anyone could ever ask for. She was Born on Christmas Eve, she had a magic about her. Daddy loves you Natasha, keep well my girl I will see you at the Rainbow Bridge someday as you run to daddy with that smile on your face every time you saw me....