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R.I.P Kim

Discussion in 'Rainbow Bridge' started by RockRomantic, Jun 4, 2010.


  1. RockRomantic

    RockRomantic Gobsh!te

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    Kim was my Grandads dog a German Shep X as i lived with my Grandad and my nan when i was young i remember him buying Kim at around 6 weeks old fetching her home in a blanket she's was a scruffy looking thing that he paid a fiver for lol so tiny she died this morning my mum just texted me she was put to sleep by the vets. She was 16 years old.

    She was such a beauty so well trained she never needed her lead from being a couple months old up until the past year when she turned deaf, she's been through so much, she's had her chest ripped open years and years ago and no one thought she'd make it through all the surgery she had to have, but she did, our little fighter :) we all always joked she'd out live all of us as daft as it sounds we believed it lol

    my grandad is in bits he thought the world of her, especially since my nan died 4 years ago she turned into not only his companion but his best friend.

    She'll be missed by everyone that knew her :(

    r.i.p my special little girl we all love you much
     

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  2. GSDlover4ever

    GSDlover4ever PetForums VIP

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    R.I.P. Kim
     
  3. danniehowens

    danniehowens PetForums Junior

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    sweet dreams kim
     
  4. jill3

    jill3 PetForums VIP

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    My thoughts are with you and your Grandad. It's very up setting when your pet dies.
    I hope soon happy memories of Kim will soon make your Grandad smile again.
    R.I.P Kim and run free to rainbow bridge xx
     
  5. heath480

    heath480 PetForums Newbie

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    RIP Kim,run free at Rainbow Bridge.
     
  6. Sam1309

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    just read this, my heart goes out to you but especially your granda..........
     
  7. RockRomantic

    RockRomantic Gobsh!te

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    thanks hun he's taken it really badly and doesn't seem to be coping so well
     
  8. slbrown2108

    slbrown2108 PetForums Senior

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    awww hun im sorry for both u and ur grandad kim im sure had many wonderful happy years with u all and she and ur grandad will treasure this for a lifetime cause memories can never be taken away from you. It will b a terrible time for your grandad but time is also a great healer and ur grandad will begin to remember all the good times he spent with kim


    RIP Kim

    your well loved and sadly missed xx
     
  9. LadyRedLainey

    LadyRedLainey PetForums VIP

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    Very sorry to hear of the loose of Kim, What a beautiful dog she was.
    I hope your grandad will be OK
    Big hugs to all who knew and loved Kim x
     
  10. WENDY517

    WENDY517 PetForums Member

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    sorry to hear of kim
    memories will alway live through your hearts and kim will always be remembered as she walked in your life all them yrs
    r.i.p. dear kim
    memories are forever
    yours wendy
     
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