I can’t thank you enough for your kindness to Mr. Ziggy and us. I’m so grateful that you would come to our house and make my beloved cat’s last minutes with us calm, gentle and comfortable. Your ability to navigate such situations with such grace and understanding is a gift. Thank you
A note to say thank you for your kindness, compassion, care and respect as we said goodbye to our beloved Harley. We are so grateful you could come to our house and he could be surrounded with comfort and love as he went to sleep. Although we miss him terribly we know it was the right time and he didn’t have to suffer. Again, we thank you very much.
We would love to extend our gratitude to you for bringing such kindness and compassion to our family at Ruby’s last hour with us. You truly have found your calling in life. How fortunate are all that you touch.
I was so afraid that whoever was coming to our house might not be ‘gentle enough’ or ‘kind enough’ or anything ‘enough” for our sweet girl. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for making the worst situation manageable – and with compassion and love. You were perfect. For all of us. When you first arrived I said to you, ‘I don’t know how you do your job.’ I know I don’t have the strength to do your job, like you do – but now I see it a little differently. I have all the love and respect in the world for you. I would bet some days are harder than others for you – so if you’re having one of those days, remember that Josie and her family love you, thank you and appreciate you beyond words.
I am writing to say thank you for your kindness and gentle approach to not only my dog Moses but me as well when it was time to say goodbye to my companion of 11.5 years. I can only imagine what it must be like for you to step in at such an emotional time not knowing Moses or myself but I am truly grateful to you. Compassion is an understatement. You were all that and then some.
Knowing the time has come to say goodbye is a heart-wrenching moment. Having Lindsay by our side was a true blessing. She came to our home and with tremendous love, grace and compassion helped our beloved dog, Beet, go gently into the night.