Hello to all my Pommy Mommies!
As I was opening up all of my exciting messages that you send me every week on the Pommy Mommy Facebook page, I came across a message from a fellow Pommy Mommy named Sheila.
As I was reading her message it brought tears to my eyes. She wrote to me that her beautiful Chloe had just recently passed away. When our beloved Pomeranians go to heaven, there can be so much sorrow in our hearts. As I was reading her story I thought about all of the great memories that I had with my Pommies who are waiting for me at the “Rainbow Bridge.” This story touched me so much I asked her if I could share her story with all of my lovely readers. 🙂 So why am I sharing a sad story you ask?!?! Because it’s raw, truthful and powerful… and it has a very happy ending. Read and see!
Dear Pommy Mommy,
I am so sad to report my beloved Pommy Chloe, passed away very suddenly and unexpected from congestive heart failure. It came on so fast, I had no clue. I rushed her to the pet ER that is about 6 minutes from my house at 2AM on Tues May 7. They tried everything to save her. I am still devastated and shocked by the whole thing as I took such good care of her. She had the best of care and was fed the best food … she left me way too soon.
On June, 2, 2013 Chloe would have been 8 years old. My heart aches every day for her, she was and will always be my precious baby girl. It’s so hard living without her as this furry baby was my best friend.
Needless to say, they say things happen in the strangest ways, I swore I couldn’t get another one. She was my first Pomeranian. I previously had a Shitzu/Poodle mix and Chihuahua that also broke my heart yrs ago. These Pomeranians, steal your heart like I cannot explain. A dear friend of mine took me out very shortly after Chloe passed, as I was in bed sobbing. We did not go out looking for puppies at all, as I was still
crying and upset. Would you believe, we came across a pet store near our home, actually this lady is a private breeder, only goes on word of mouth. I went in with my friend, having no idea, there was a white and cream pom staring right at me, yelping at me. I burst into
tears, and let’s just say she came home with me. I felt guilty with regret. I could have taken her back but she was so wonderful. I named her Maggie May.
I’m still struggling with my broken heart but little Maggie May has won me over. It’s funny how we are already in sync… I get up to take her potty and she already knows how to let me know she needs to go out. It seems like she actually talks back to me when I talk to her, we are becoming good buddies.
Maggie, me and my husband are adjusting, I still have my hard times, but I think Chloe sent me to this little girl. It’s so strange, but I really feel she sent me right to Maggie. I love your website and your pictures on Facebook. I couldn’t look at them for a while but I want to send you 2 pictures of Chloe in her memory(she’s the brindle beauty, first 2, 1 with trimmed hair and 2nd with her full coat) and I’ll send 2 of my new friend Maggie May, she’s the white one. No one could ever take my Chloe’s
place in my heart, but Maggie is trying her best to heal my heart.
If you’d like to leave some kind words for Sheila, please do so by leaving a comment below.
“In Memory of Chloe”