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Last Post 24-06-2013 6:49 AM by  J & S
Fly Free Appollo x
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22-06-2013 8:27 AM
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    As some of you know, we were praying for a miracle last night for a little guy who was in the vets, fighting with all his might , and fight he bloomin well did against the odds, but sadly, we had to say farewell this morning to little Appollo, whom many knew and loved. The vets were able to keep him comfortable till this morning so i could be there with him, and it was almost like he just held on long enough to get one last kiss and cuddle and then he decided it was time to go,as he started to fade and was put to sleep. He will be missed by many, and many many tears have been and will be shed for this little guy. 

    The picture here, was taken on Tuesday morning and he was in the vets by teatime Tuesday evening and this demonstrates for us all yet again, what masters of deception our fids are at hiding symptoms when they are ill as from his xrays he had clearly been masking illness for a long time. 

    Fly free little Appollo, you were not in my life for long but still burrowed ur way into a big chunk of my heart and the hearts of all who met you no matter how briefly. Say hello to my Charlie and Candi for me and I know they will take care of you x x

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    22-06-2013 12:28 PM
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    23-06-2013 4:10 AM
    Fly free and happy little one. You were with us only for a short time, but you took a big chunk of everyones hearts who met you. Night night baby x
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    23-06-2013 11:58 AM
    fly free little man you were a great little guy you will be mist very much xxx
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    24-06-2013 6:49 AM
    Fly free wee one over the rainbow bridge

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