I was lucky enough to have my sweet baby for a little over 13yrs. And when I knew the time had come to let her cross the rainbow bridge I called Tammy and all the wonderful people at Angel's Paws. You see my sister had been told by her vet about Angel's Paws and called them when it was time for her fur baby to cross the rainbow bridge. I can't begin to explain the caring and compassion that these people show for your baby's. They came to my home and were so loving and caring not only for Abby but me as well. But with the help of Dr. Kate and Hellen Abby crossed the rainbow bridge in peace and with dignity. It's never an easy thing to say goodbye but with the love and compassion of everyone at Angel's Paws saying goodbye is just a little bit easier.
While our tears have not yet dried and our emotions still raw, we want to express our gratitude for Angel Paws and the services provided by a caring and compassionate team. Spice and her sister Sugar were litter mates rescued from our barn who became city kitties 12 years ago. These two calicos have been a part of our family for 16-17 years and Spice will be greatly missed. The care and attention provided by Angel Paws and in particular, Alisa was well beyond our expectation. We will be forever grateful that Spice could end her earthly journey at home in our arms.
When our sweet kitty was approaching 20 years of age with kidney disease already for 6 years, I knew that every day was a gift. From the time I called Angels Paws to inquire about hospice for my sweet girl, to the night the Angels came and so lovingly helped her in her final hour, we were in good hands. The last five months of Driddle's life were spent making memories instead of worrying when she would pass. We knew the Angels would come at any hour of the day or night, and that permitted us to really enjoy our time with our beloved friend. The passing of other pets before Driddle had always been so clinical, and to know that this service was available was truly a Godsend for our family. We found Driddle when she was about 10 weeks old in a snow storm and were so lucky to have her all those years! Her passing was beautiful and done with such dignity and caring. Thank you, Angels Paws, for all the little details that made a very difficult thing, a lot easier. I know Driddle felt very safe and loved, and that meant the world to us all! 84
We are in the middle of our journey with Angel's Paws and I am so impressed! We thought a week ago we had to say goodbye to our 11 year old lab until a vet at MedVet shared with us that now that chase was stable we could take him home, keep him comfortable and maybe get a few more days with him. We did just that and to date we have gotten a week we never thought we would have. Our fingers are crossed that he might make it till our son comes home from college to say goodbye . As we move through this journey we do so knowing we have capable and caring people at our sides and when the time comes for Chase to move on, his life will end with respect and dignity any of us would want. We know we are very lucky.
To the Dear Angels who came into our home Jan 26 and assisted my sweet baby girl to cross over the bridge. Tammy and the other angel, sorry I forgot your name that night was a blur. I recall your soft, gentle voices giving me reassurance that my decision was a merciful one and I was not "killing my dog".
I don't think Sophie even woke from her sleep when you gave her the first shot. I felt her entire body relax in my arms, something I had not felt in years. She looked so peaceful as she lie there listening to her father and I sing her praises for all the good she had accomplished in her 17 yrs of life. As a therapy dog she often made patients laugh wearing silly hats and doing silly tricks. She interrupted time for many who were sick or injured.
I was amazed how Angel's Paws handled her passing. She came into this world as an abused pup, locked in a cement crate outside and used to make babies however, she left this world treated like a true queen. Tammy swaddled her in a soft blanket and tucked her in with all the love she could give. Then they placed a soft wool blanket over her and she looked just like she was sleeping. We kissed her and cried, everybody cried.
I just don't know how to say thank you, there isn't a work to express how grateful I am that I found you, how grateful I am that both of you Angels were with our family and took our Sophie into your competent hands .
My husband and I talked about how gentle and caring you were to us and Sophie. Tammy, I saw you kiss her on the stretcher. How beautiful her death was, we should treat humans this good. I can never thank you enough. You have all of our love and respect for the work you do. I miss her deeply, I still cry a lot and see her everywhere. I still see and feel the love of that night
Sandy and Barry Rubin