RIP Naila

Posted by Claudia Moser on 10:05 PM in
While away, Naila went away ... so sad ...
I will always remember you, love you Naila



Oh Claudia I am so sorry. I know how much you loved Nalia and Nalia knew how much you loved her as well. Just remember all the good times I know there were lots just from the Nalia posts. Sending you lost of hugs and kisses.

`Poor Naila
and poor you
thinking of you both

Gentle hugs xx

Oh no, I'm so sorry to hear this. Thinking of you xx

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Oh, Claudia...I am SO sorry to hear about Naila. She is so beautiful and sweet looking in the picture. I am one of those people who love my dogs like they are my children. They're definitely a huge part of my life. Take care, and let yourself grieve. Hugs, Becky

Hi,I'm very sorry that Naila pasta away,I was in love watching ts photo,it has so sweet eyes...God bless you, your beautiful dog and your family.

I was so sorry to hear about poor Naila my friend. I hope that she didn't suffer and that it was peaceful at the end. You and Peter will miss her greatly, I'm sure of that. Not good that you're away at the moment :(. it will be really strange when you get back home and Naila won't be there. Sending hugs your way .

Anonymous says:

Hi, Claudia. So sorry for your loss.

Dearest Claudia,
OMG, so sorry fr your loss; your Naila look really lovely!!!
Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

I am so sorry for your loss. What a cute doggie, I am sure she was special to you!

Thank you all for your kind words, I appreciate your warm thoughts. For both of us the pain is still there, but we cheerish the moments we had with her. Naila was a blessing!

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