Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Frosty's Journey

Sad news for our cousin Frosty. He went over the rainbow bridge yesterday. We am saying many prayers for his family acoz they are going to miss him so much. He was a meezer and you know how much they talk and his house am going to be furry silent now.

His family sent this to us:

For Frosty
Today we saw our friend to Heaven.
He was here for so long and then no more.
Life took its toll and he was burdened
By a body scant and a mouth so sore.
Today we saw a kitty fly to Heaven.
From a room of tranquil peace and calm
Arms opened wide to quickly lead him,
To take him up, to bring him home.
Today we saw our pet to Heaven.
As we celebrate his life, his love,
And all he taught us,
Happy now he frolics from above.

Frosty Driscoll
March 7, 1990 ~ April 16, 2007


18 comments:

  1. Rest in Peace, Frosty...You will be missed...

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  2. We are very sorry about Frosty. Sending purrs and hugs.

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  3. oh we is so sorry about Frosty. We is sending lots of purrrrrrrrrrsssssssssss. Say hi to our Trixie and Norton and Ralphie at the Bridge.

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  4. I'm sorry to hear that. RIP Frosty...

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  5. We are so sorry, that was a lovely tribute.
    Purrs and Prayers,
    Parker

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  6. We're so sorry about Frosty. :-(

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  7. We are furry sorry to hear about Frosty. We is sending our comforts ~poiland Tribe

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  8. That's a byootiful pome for Frosty. He is happy and helthy at the Bridge now, and he watches over you until you meet agane.

    Hugs & purrs,
    Finny & Buddy

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  9. I am sorry to hear this news about Frosty. That was a very nice poem, and it made my eyes leak.

    Goodbye sweet Frosty.

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  10. Memories

    Not the least hard thing to bear when
    they go from us, these quiet friends,
    is that they carry away with them so
    many years of our lives. Yet, if they
    find warmth therein, who would
    begrudge them those years that they
    have so guarded?
    And whatever they take,
    be sure they have deserved.
    ~ John Galsworthy

    Purrs for Frosty
    Abby

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  11. Our hearts go out to Frosty's people. We lost a little one this week too.

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  12. We are furry sorry to hear about Frosty. We know our Tiffy will be keeping him company at The Bridge.

    ~Bombay & Bangles

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  13. Frosty had a good, long life and we know he was well loved.

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  14. He was a handsome Meezer. Sending lots of purrs...

    Luf, Us

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  15. I am so very sorry about Frosty. A suddenly silent house is very hard to live with, I know. My heart is with you, along with my thoughts and prayers.

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  16. Thank you all for your very kind comments and sympathy.

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  17. We're sorry about Frosty. Their house will be empty and silent without him, especially after seventeen years.

    {{huggss}} and purrss from all of us to all of them.

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