6 thoughts on “Viggo.

  1. Thank you Rachel – we’re all in bits today, but we’ll be OK in time. He was a wonderful, wonderful dog and leaves a huge void. Seems wrong somehow to grieve for a dog when so many others have suffered so much worse in the past year, but he was one of the family for over 11 years and we love him so deeply. Thank you from all of us for your kind wishes. N.

      • Thank you, Rachel; that’s so kind; friendship and empathy like yours has been wonderful, and really important. Thursday and Friday weren’t pretty, but I’m a lot better today. Still miss the lad, of course, but now mostly feeling grateful and lucky for having had him in our lives. Hoping to write something more cheerful soon! N.

  2. Thank you, John. I had no idea losing a dog could leave me feeling so emptied-out and hurting like this. I think because we love our animals unconditionally, and they us, the grief at our parting is similarly pure, raw and honest. There seems so much to get used to, and it will take time, but we’ll get there. My very best wishes as always. N.

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