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In Memory Tributes and Memorials to Budgies which have moved on to the Rainbow Bridge

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Old 02-12-2012, 06:23 PM
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Grrrr. How can someone be so cruel as to tell someone who is grieving that the one they have lost wasn't that important? If you love something, there is no "just" an anything. He was Dink. He was your friend. He made a home in your heart. He was loved. He IS loved, and he always will be. As we who have taken the time to know these delicate, flighty little characters as individuals know how unique he was, how much he shared with you, and how much you will miss him.

I'm sorry Dink left you so suddenly. Sometimes there is no knowing why. But the time you did share was special. He received the best of care and much love and companionship from you, and that is a wonderful gift to a little bird, who could easily have fallen into the hands who would have regarded him as "just a bird." He had a good life and loved you in return. We understand the emptiness in your heart this evening, and the quiet where his chirping should be. But he will stay in your heart forever. I'm sorry he's gone.

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Old 02-12-2012, 09:44 PM
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thanks everyone, its makes me feel a little better knowing that other people understand. I still can't believe he's gone. I wish I knew what happened, I can't help but think maybe if I had payed more attention or checked on them more often maybe there was something I could have done. I know probably not but still... I've been constantly checking on my 4 other budgies all day and have cleaned out their cage and scrubbed all their food and water dishes several times. And every time I do a head count to make sure their all there it makes me want to cry that I'm counting to four instead of five.
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Not that it will help, but, I am soo sorry for your pain and the suffering you are going through. You are grieving the loss of a love. It matters not who that love is, it is still the loss of a loved one. There will probably always be some who have no idea, but you will find that here in this forum, it is very well understood.
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Oh I am so sad for your loss. My budgie's death was one of the saddest deaths I've ever known in my life, and I've even lost many family members over the years. We do Totally understand and appreciate the depth of your grief over such a precious little being - they grab our hearts, take over, and leave a big gap when they go. There is something completely special about them, which very few people comprehend, if they've never shared their life with a budgie. May Dink rest in peace, and may you find comfort in your happy memories of that cute little guy
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RIP little Dink x
I can understand what you are going through as I lost my little Bart a fortnight ago. Hes the fifth little friend Ive lost in about 12 years and it doesnt get any easier. Each little bird has their own character and Ive loved them all to bits

Im sure Dink is flying high over rainbow bridge playing with his favourite toys and meeting with all the budgies that have passed before him. Hopefully he has met up with my Charlie, Bart, Salt, Pepper and Jimmy xxx
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