Re: Please Pray

From: jenny (
Sun Feb 4 12:42:45 2001

Hi Jenny, I really know how you feel about your pup! I bred from my dog 6 years ago. She had 5 apparently healthy pups, but 2 slowly died. She too rejected the pups just before they died, although she was a really good mum to the others. I felt real guilt, although the vet assured me that there was nothing else we could have done. My husband and myself had taken it in turn to try to syringe feed the pups, and keep them warm. We were lucky enough to have 3 others which helped to compensate for the loss and we kept one of them.She continues to bring a lot of pleasure. You did nothing wrong - the pup was not meant to live and nature took its course. I know that that is little comfort, but maybe in the long run it is better. At least the wee soul does not have to cope with a life of pain if there was something internally wrong. Thinking of you and positive thoughts to all of the other adhesion sufferers. love Jenny L (Scotland)

At Sun, 04 Feb 2001, jenny low wrote: >
>Thank you for your prayers. They have really worked. My daughters told me
>that singing a song that we sing in church made them feel better. i told
>them to keep it up. I think they are handling it pretty well. I cried
>yesterday every time I thought about him. But I know it wasn't my fault. one
>day we will be able to understand, I hope.
>Love and hugs,
>>To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS
>>Subject: Re: Please Pray
>>Date: Sat, 3 Feb 2001 10:56:52 -0600
>>Oh Jennny <<<<<<<sending hugs to the family>>>>>>>
>>Remember, it's not your fault. Everything happens for a reason. I know
>>that's probably not what you want to hear right now - sorry. I was so
>>with your email and found myself attached to the baby puppy too. What a
>>crushing end with heartache.....I'm sending you love and prayers that you
>>your families heart heals.
>>Love and Hugs,


jenny L (Scotland)

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