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Ema and Jake, in the fall leaves

Ema – we don’t know her birth date, but she passed away Tuesday, November 9th, at approximately 2:10 pm.

My thanks to everyone who supported her. We did our best, and I know she knew she was loved.

19 replies
  1. Elle
    Elle says:

    I lost my beloved little to this very same thing. It just broke my heart to hear that Ema didn’t pull thought. You really are an angel.

  2. Jennifer
    Jennifer says:

    Oh nooo……how sad. Carol just know that the best days of her life were the ones she spent with you and Sean. I am so sorry.

    • The Cletus Residence
      The Cletus Residence says:

      Take some respite from your grief, that when she barks at St. Peter demanding her latte and complaining that her celestial blanket isn’t fluffy enough,and when she is sitting up on her guardian angel’s lap telling all the other little dog angels they can stay on the cloud, there’s only enough room for HER, you can know that you taught her that. She was somebody’s little Frenchie diva princess, if only for a little while…

  3. Julie R
    Julie R says:

    I’m so sorry to hear about Ema’s passing. It’s amazing that you did so much to try to get her health problems improved or resolved, and it’s heartening to know so many people did what they could to help out. I only wish we could have helped financially, but I’ve been following her story (and all of your posts) for the whole time, so it is so sad to hear that she didn’t make it through the surgery. Thank you for being you and for caring for animals as you do.

  4. Michy
    Michy says:

    Oh no! I’m so sorry for your loss. I was pulling for her, and hoping that the surgery would help her. I thank you for sharing all of this with us, the lovely story of Ema.

  5. Sarah
    Sarah says:

    oh. i’m so sad to hear this. I was really hoping things would turn out wonderful for her since she so obviously deserved it. ((hugs))

  6. JenniferJ
    JenniferJ says:

    ahh, so sorry.

    You gave her the very best quality of life and love for the time she was with you, and the best chance possible.

    That matters, it truly does.

  7. Dee
    Dee says:

    I’m so very sorry that Ema didn’t make it. 🙁 She really touched my heart & I so wanted her to have a happy ending.

    Bless you for all you did for her. She knew she was loved.

  8. crankbunny
    crankbunny says:

    you gave her a chance many wouldn’t have – and also you blessed her days with lots of love, treats, hugs and an amazing quality of life. loosing her is tragic & sad, but she went out on a high note. thank you and bless you for all you did, godspeed little ema!

  9. Donna
    Donna says:

    I’m only now able to post. I followed Ema’s story since the beginning of the blog and her story posts to FB. I held such high hopes that she would come through this, and I shed many tears when I read your post on FB informing all of us that she did not make it.
    Ema was known by few, yet through your blog and dedication to her, LOVED by MANY.

    I am a firm believer in a higher power, and a plan and purpose for each individual life, and that includes dogs. Especially dogs.
    Ema’s story touches each of us in our own individual way. But her story will hopefully live on to touch, and change others for the better. For the betterment of the breed and the betterment of human kind.

    Her soul is free from her broken body. She is now watching over those who loved her.

    Thank you Carol for loving her during her time here. And Ema, Thank You for the gifts that you have given all of us in your short time here.

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