Say Goodbye To Our Family Pet.

As you may know, if you follow my Facebook and Instagram, Bonnie our family pet passed away a couple of weeks ago while we was on holiday.

I know some people may be wondering what happened to her as she was a healthy 2-year-old French Bulldog. To be honest, we don’t know exactly what happened to her. She was on holiday with us when she passed away. It was very sudden and unexpected. That’s all I’m going to say as it’s been driving myself and Daddy bear crazy going over and over what happened to her and how we could have changed it. We did the best for her. 


Bonnie was part of our family for 11 months and we had our ups and downs with her. We loved her and miss her so much but the time we did get with her wasn’t always sunshine and roses…Sometimes it was hard. But neither the less we wouldn’t have changed it. We gained a ‘daughter’ and Baby bear gained a best friend. 

Best friends
Best Friends 

Considering we didn’t have her very long she made a huge impact on our lives. So when she passed, we knew it wasn’t going to be easy for Baby Bear to understand but I knew imagined it to be this hard. We expected a lot of confusion around where she is and a few tears. I didn’t expect him to cry each night asking to kiss her or walk around calling her.

our gorgeous girl
Our gorgeous girl. 

We enjoyed having a family pet and if Daddy bear had his way we would be down the shelter adopting another dog. However, I’m not sure I’m ready to have another dog come into our family yet. I partly feel like we would be replacing her if we were to get another but I know there are so many dogs out there that need a loving family. It also comes down to finding the perfect dog for our family. I’ll keep you all updated on the pet front the boys might be able to convince me to go and look at some.

We love and miss you millions BonBon. Thank you for all the memories you gave us xxx

6 thoughts on “Say Goodbye To Our Family Pet.

  1. it is really hard when you loose a furbaby. it hit uncle pete and i like a ton of bricks when we lost biddy, and we both knew it was coming. we both worried about us getting another dog, especially so soon after loosing her. but then i thought, i had an eternity of love to give to biddy, but sadly she didnt have an eternity to receive it. so what better way to honour her than to share my love with another pupper in need of love, stability and affection. which is when we met snoop. he had an awful start in life, but we gave him a safe warm and loving home . i have and never will ever forget Biddy. i smile and pat her casket of ashes every single day too. if you do decide to look at rescuing another pupster i really do reccomend pupcakes in spalding. they treat their rescues likr their own furbabies. they live in the house with them and their own dogs. and they are all fully assessed. its where we found snoop, and liz & Ari who run thr rescue only have the dogs best intrests in mind. xx sending love from PADS XXX

    1. Its the worst feeling ever – we didn’t get long enough with her and it sucks and hurts to think about it. I never knew about them but I’ll have a look tonight as we defiantly want to rescue another when we do decide to get another puppy for our family, Lot of love xx

  2. It is always hard losing a family pet, as they are part of the family and leave a massive void. You will know when the time is right and when the right dog comes along, am so sorry you lost her suddenly x

  3. I’m so sorry 😔 we’ve been there and it’s still one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to deal with. We have since got another dog and I’ve very much fallen in love for her but in all honestly for my husband it’s been harder to bond. Sending you all lots of love and this hard time x

    1. Sorry to hear about your loss to, I think I’ll struggle more as Daddy bear is up to get another now but I’m not ready – thank you xx

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