Wednesday, 12 June 2019

"What's All This fuss about?"

George, Meg and William 
George died this morning
It was peaceful and calm and he was looking at me as if to say " what's all this stupid fuss about?" 

He had become very ill very quickly, it was something in his abdomen - a massive inflammatory reaction and what felt like a mass
The young vet was relieved when I agreed it was time for him to go.
I kissed George one too many times on the head and he moved away in typical Scotty style.
No fuss. No messing
Scotties hate it all.
It bothers them.

I asked if I could inject the anaesthetic so he could see me and the vet allowed me to although she still held the syringe and as he felt the oddness of the medication react, George let out a very faint " aroo!" 
Scotties aroo a great deal when puzzled.
A good AROO! can burst an eardrum

Always, last in the pecking order
Always last in the car
Always last on a walk
He never demanded a thing

I couldn't face going home after the vets, and so I went to Mostyn Gallery in Llandudno to look at the art......over coffee I recalled one single memory of this self contained little dog which was his obvious and oh so contagious joy at bedtimes when he alone was singled out from the others  and chased up the stairs by his Prof and master to bed.


205 comments:

  1. Oh John, you've had such a lot of sorrow this past year. I imagine the Prof will be sad too when you let him know. George had a lovely life with you both, and you made sure he had the best ending possible. That's a measure of your love and exceptionally kind heart. Bless you. I'm so glad you've got your fantastic new job to look forward to. x

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  2. Oh, so sorry to read this, I had a soft spot for George.
    He had a great life with you though, loved every inch of the way and when it was time for him to leave, his dad was still there with him.
    Rest easy now George, your job here is done. X

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  3. What a bloody shutty year for you. I have no words.

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  4. So sorry to read this.

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  5. Big hugs. Our fur babies bring us great joy and great heart ache. You are really having more than your fair share at the moment.xox

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  6. I think George chose his position and filled it to perfection... a sad good-bye to your little buddy ... but with certainty that his spirit has rejoined the pals who went before him ... they are romping together-
    very sad regards-
    barb

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  7. So sad to hear about George. He seemed such a stalwart little dog.

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  8. I am so sorry,John. My heart goes out to you. Rest easy, sweet George. ❤️

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  9. So very sorry for your loss, may you take consolation from knowing what a good life and tremendous amount of love and care you gave him. -Mary

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  10. John, so sad to hear about George. Words cannot really help. My heart goes out to you.

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  11. I'm SO SORRY and sad to hear that. I still cry about my Lab that I had put to sleep several months ago. I wish you peace.

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  12. i am SO sorry to hear this. i sit here sobbing. losing our pets is the worst. yesterday's news was so happy and now this. hugs john, i don't even know what else to say.

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  13. I'm sending you and George and the rest of the critters a hug today. Animals grace us with their love.

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  14. This week has been a roller coaster of highs and lows for you...I am so sorry that George has passed away. So sorry.

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  15. George has always been my favorite of your dogs and I'm so sad to know that he's gone. Rest in peace sweet boy.

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  16. Oh no. Now our dearest little G., bless him. Feeling so badly for your loss, JayGee. No matter how many times one goes through this it doesn't get any easier. Good that the little chap is beyond pain now. Trying hard to hold the tears back. Rough on you.

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  17. Sweet little George. You gave so much joy x

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  18. So sorry, your last paragraph brought me to tears.I'm glad the end went easy for him.A good journey George, from time into eternity.

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  19. Anonymous4:51 pm

    I am so sorry.
    KJ

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  20. Poor little George. They break our hearts. x

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  21. I've never met you or your dogs but you fill my heart with your lovely posts. I am watching each day waiting for things to improve for you.
    I am in tears for you here, bless little George and bless you John, you truly are a lovely little family.
    Briony
    x

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  22. Oh crap, crap, crap, crap.
    John dear, so dreadfully sorry to read this. Having recently been through it myself (and similarly, only a few days of poorly and a massive abdominal mass) I know just what a foul and horrid place it is. So many of your friends are thinking of you. xx

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  23. I am so very sorry John. We also just lost our dear Cairn Terrier 'Pip' yesterday through similar circumstances and with a quiet gentle ending as George. It too was her time but we're none of us ever quite ready are we? It's a heartbreak every time. Hugs to you. X

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  24. Dearest john, somehow the last post and this one show the immense grace with which you handle both highs and lows. It's all about love and you have it in heaps and bounds. I wish I could hug you now for a really long time. Love from Amsterdam

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  25. I read your post out to the man who also had a scottie, my voice cracking as you did the kindest thing for George. John Gray... a dog’s best friend.

    Hugs

    LX

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  26. Sorry to hear about George. It is always tough saying goodbye, knowing when to do it, and having the courage to do it, but it is a small gift you can give them, to relieve their suffering, after all the years of joy and devotion they give you.
    Be kind to yourself John, and give your girls and Albert an extra cuddle tonight.

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  27. My heart goes out to you, John. I'm so very sorry for your loss. Sending love across the miles. xoxo

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  28. These animals steal your heart and never stay around long enough, But wouldn't life be empty without them. Many distant hugs x

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  29. Hugs John, I am so sorry bless his heart xx words don't always explain the feelings xx

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  30. George was most definitely a Good Boy and you will miss him. I will miss your posts about him and I grew to love him through those posts. It was his time to go, yes, but it's hard for us humans to accept that. My condolences John, for your losing one of your family pack.

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  31. More hugs John, for a totally different reason. So sorry about Geoege. 💗💗💗

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  32. Sarah Jones5:18 pm

    Oh John, how sad. Sweet, patient George. The last paragraph you wrote about him made me sad too. Sending love xxx

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  33. So sorry for your loss John 💔 condolences and virtual hugs x

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  34. So very sorry for the loss of quiet, undemanding George. Your very good news (the job with hospice) being followed so quickly with not a little heartbreak seems harsh, yet in a way, I wonder... did he hang in there until he knew his master would be okay? Cyber hug from CA's central coast.

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  35. A loss to all of us. I'm in tears.

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  36. I'm so glad to read you understand it was his time to go, we always share our home with cats and like you it's all about their quality of life. Twice I gave held a dearly lived cat for the final injection, so they are in loving arms as they pass. I'm in tears in the memory, I feel for you, sending hugs, you brave man.

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  37. Crying here! Such sad news after the joy of your new job. Sending hugs. I still miss my first dog who was put to sleep nearly 6 yrs ago.

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  38. So sorry for your loss. And sad as well.

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  39. I feel your loss. Three years on and I still miss our Bogart. Virtual hugs from the other side of the pond.

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  40. I'm so sorry John. I'm thankful he didn't suffer and that you were there with him.

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  41. "It never rains but it pours." Certainly true in your case. I'm so sorry.

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  42. Fuck. So sorry John x

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  43. Gosh John, I am so sorry to read this. This has made me cry. Beaming you massive hugs. George was always my favourite.

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  44. *hugs* I'm so sorry. George was a dear. I'm glad you were with him.

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  45. So very sorry....you're in my heart. Wish I was closer and could lend you my shoulder.

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  46. Dear, dear George. So very sorry. x

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  47. countrygal5:43 pm

    So sorry. You did the right thing, however, it must have been traumatic as it always is saying goodbye to a loved member of the pet family. Sweet George. A big hug to you.

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  48. Oh no, not want you needed after your more cheerful post yesterday. So sorry.

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  49. Ooh sweet George, you were loved beyond words...
    Godspeed little Scotty boy. you will be missed.
    Hugs to you dear John.
    ~Jo

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  50. Oh John. So very sorry.

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  51. So sorry to hear it, but it sounds as if he had a good death.

    While nothing ever consoles us for these losses, I'm glad that your life has taken a turn for the better; you've had a lot of losses in the last year, I hope there will now be some gains to outweigh them.

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  52. I'm sorry another of your furry friends has gone. Thank you for letting us enjoy him along with you

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  53. It may have been his time to go, but it's still a tough decision to have to make. I'm sincerely hoping that this is an end to the bad luck for you.

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  54. I'm so sorry, my heart goes out to you. You've had a lot of loss lately, I'm glad you're looking at art and have a new job to look forward to.

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  55. Oh sweet George we all loved you.
    John I am so very sorry and sad.
    parsnip xx

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  56. I'm tearing up over a little dog I never knew. I am so sorry for the loss of one of your family. I hope he took comfort in having you there at the end. -Jenn

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  57. So sorry that George has gone. Sweet little dog. X Deb

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  58. So sad, so very sorry.

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  59. Hugs for you all x

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  60. Sending you hugs John x

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  61. So sorry to hear this John, my heart goes out to you ♥️

    'Always, last in the pecking order
    Always last in the car
    Always last on a walk
    He never demanded a thing'
    .... because he knew he had your hearts, and sometimes that's all a little dog needs.

    Love to you and the Prof, you must both be hurting so much. Xxx

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  62. Bugger! I'm so very sorry to read this. Rest in peace sweet George. Hoping some happiness comes your way very soon, John. X

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  63. I am so very sorry for your loss. I am here in NY, crying for a wee dog I never met, because you so generously and beautifully shared him with all of us.

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  64. I am so sorry, so sad. Take time and take care,

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  65. I am so sorry John. You have the memories and he was well loved but will leave a hole. He had a lovely life with you and your clan. Sending you a hug.

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  66. I am sorry that George's reign is over. Farewell old boy.

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  67. We are so sorry John. What a special Scottie he was.

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  68. May he live always in your heart. I am so sorry , John. This has been a difficult year for you.

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  69. I'll drink a toast, to George a loving and much loved dog.

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  70. Sending love and thoughts. They break our hearts every time but the love they give and inspire is immeasurable.

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  71. Oh, damn! I'm so, so sorry. I'm bawling my eyes out as I look at my two furbabies. We love them, then they go and we hurt. We keep the fond memories, the hurt eases little by little. We then find a new one to love and the cycle begins again. The unconditional love given is so worth the heartbreak in the end. Hugs.

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  72. I can't put into words how this makes me feel - my deepest sympathies, John. Life is full of losses and the pain of them, but the loss of a faithful innocent little friend who devotes its life to YOU is one of the hardest to bear. I'm sorry for George's pals as well - they must be missing him so much. Sending love and condolences.

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  73. Sweet George, sending my love xx

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  74. George was a good example to all of us, content with his place in the world and confident in the value of it. If only we could all have the same certainty. A good life well lived I would say.

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  75. Ah, John ... I'm so sorry. He had a very good life with you, and you stayed with him until the curtain fell. My sympathy; been there, done that, it's hard. xx

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  76. Sorry for your loss , words cannot describe

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  77. So sorry John xx

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  78. awwww, wee georgie. you did the right thing, john, but it still hurts to let them go.

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  79. So sorry...know how you feel. You love them so much but they leave us too soon.

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  80. Sending some more cyber hugs your way. You gave him love and a wonderful life. A very fortunate George. Wishing you sweet memories.

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  81. He was a lucky boy to have a loving home. Bless you for giving him that. xo

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  82. Cathy Olliffe-Webster7:30 pm

    Oh John, I am so very, very sorry to hear about George. What a little trouper this charming fellow was.

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  83. So very sorry for your loss

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  84. Sorry...Just so sorry. We lost our Angus last fall. They're almost not doggies, but tiny little humans in a fur suit. They love their people. Thank you for being there for him

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  85. Having been in this position more times than I want, I send my heartfelt sympathies to you. Lots of love xxx

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  86. condolences - they will always be part of your heart. love sandy

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  87. Poor old George. I'm glad he went peacefully with you by his side. My condolences on this sad development, John.

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  88. Oh John what sad news, sending you virtual hugs dear heart 💔

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  89. Oh John. No way to help other than sending love to you from across the pond.

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  90. So many posts like this one have been written over these years. And no doubt many more will be written before I am through

    Thank you all for your kind words
    As deaths go, George's wasn't a bad one

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  91. Barbara Anne7:55 pm

    Oh, sweet little George who was so often under the kitchen table and that's where you'll still almost seem him. I'm glad you were able to be with him and assure him of your forever love. What a wonderful last gift to such a faithful friend.

    The photo of The Terriers of Trelawnyd has always been a favorite of mine. Lucky you, to have lived with and loved the three of them.

    Big hugs to you who will remember George always. We will, too.

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  92. I'm so sorry John,(I'm actually in tears). He couldn't have had a daddy more devoted than you. Big hugs xxx❤

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  93. George had THE LIFE to live and you, John, guided him through it to the end. What more could he have asked for?

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    1. I've guided them all.......right to the end.......every one

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  94. I had a feeling it was close when you told us he was poorly. I am so sorry. RIP George.

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  95. Oh dear- how sad- I didn't think he would go- we had scotty dogs and they were just like George- no nonsense, straight down the line.Our Angus wouldn't talk to us for two weeks after we had put him in boarding kennels when we went away. No wonder we hardly went away on holiday!Wishing you strength on your bumpy road.

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  96. RIP George. Glad the vet let you help George on his way John - I'm sure that helped you too. xx

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  97. Our animals steal our heart and break them when they die. Sounds like a peaceful end for George, the way he'd want it could he choose I suppose. Sending hugs to you, he'll be missed. xx

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  98. I'm so sorry. George was a good dog.

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  99. John, thoughts and love coming your way.

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  100. Anonymous8:53 pm

    So very sorry.
    Xoxo
    Barbara

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  101. So sorry, John. Sending love x

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  102. So sorry for your loss. I've no words that would help, just know that you are in my thoughts. x

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  103. I am so glad that you could do the kindest thing for George. And so very sad for you.
    Heartfelt hugs.

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  104. Sweet George. My heart is full of sorrow, not because I really knew George but because I know how much he meant to you and the herd, and now the world has one less good dog in it. He was a rare Scottie.

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  105. a lovely wee dog, sad to see him go.

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  106. Anonymous9:42 pm

    Darling boy, so sorry he has gone but glad you were with him at the end.
    You know how importaant that is.
    What a bleedin' life it is.
    Although, l know that things are turning around for the better for you dear friend,(never met!)
    Tess xx

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  107. OMG tears this morning John, so sorry you have lost a faithful companion. At least you were able to help him in this way. Now he is in the happy hunting ground in the sky - run free George.

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  108. Damn, John.
    You made me tear up a little.
    I’m sending you a big bear hug.

    XoXo

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  109. My heart goes out to you John. No words can help you now but you know all of us are thinking of you and darling George. Test in peace dear boy.

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  110. Lori Wong9:58 pm

    How sad. Life is made up of meetings and partings. I am sorry you had another parting. Thank you for sharing him with us.

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  111. So sorry to hear this. My mum lost her wee dog today as well. Run free puppies xxx

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  112. Run Free Handsome George! You lived a life and loved and were loved.

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  113. Oh,John.
    I'm sitting here weeping and thinking how they never stay long enough!
    I,m so sorry, he was such a good boy.
    My sympathy for your loss , which I feel will be everyone's loss,that looked forward to hearing about sweet George .

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  114. Thinking of you. x

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  115. Oh no! I'm sorry, John

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  116. So sorry to hear that.

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  117. Just caught up with your blog. So happy you are working at the hospice. SO sad George has gone. Big hugs John. Bev x

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  118. My dogs are loved like I love my children ..so sorry for your loss xxx

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  119. My dogs are loved like I love my children ..so sorry for your loss xxx

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  120. I'm so sorry! These sweet ones do break our hearts. George was a blessing for you and equally you were a blessing for him.

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  121. So sorry for your loss. xxx

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  122. Jeezus John, so sorry for your loss. Okay enough of this. Onward and upward.

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  123. George was my favourite of your doggies and I was so sad to read this today.
    Huge hugs to you.

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  124. Sorry that you've had more sadness. The biggest of hugs to you John.

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  125. Oh John, what a rollercoaster ride your emotions have been on the past few months. I hope things level out for you soon. RIP George.

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  126. The heartbreak of having them in your life, but so worth it. I will miss seeing his little face xx

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  127. A terrier AROO is a grand sound. Farewell, good dog.

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  128. Joan (Devon)11:20 pm

    Oh John, my heart goes out to you, I'm so sorry. He sounds like a lovely little chap.

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  129. RIP lovely old George... as with all things on your blog, I feel like I knew him. Hugs to you John x

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  130. I am so sorry, John.

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  131. Having gone through this so many times myself, i know how hard it is. But the last face he saw was yours, and the last kiss he got was from you and that's a peaceful loving way to go.
    RIP George.

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  132. Oh John, i’m So sorry, I dread the day when I have to say goodbye to Inca for the last time, they are only with us for a small period of time but leave a big hole in our hearts. Big hugs xx

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  133. I'm so sorry for the loss of your lovely George. :(

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  134. So so sorry what a turmoil of events my heart goes out to you John I don't cry easily but can't hold back as I cry for George and all my past dogs just entered the picture so much joy they have given us, I have always
    loved the photo of George, Meg and William a lovely way to remember them.

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  135. Anonymous12:22 am

    We are so sorry to hear your sad news John. Having read your blog for many many years we know how much you loved him. Hope that Winnie & Mary are giving you lots of sloppy kisses.
    Wendy (Wales)

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  136. Sorry John. By your character description I think George will inherit the Earth.

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  137. Bless you for staying with him to the end. I can’t understand when people don’t. I hope happiness is heading your way very soon.

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  138. Sad news, John. (George was always a favorite). Good to know his passing was easy. Think of you and yours often. Hugs

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  139. So sorry for your loss. Scotties are the best.

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  140. My deepest sympathies and love

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  141. John, So sorry for your loss, a tear jerker for sure. I have had many dogs, but my heart was broken when I lost my Austrailian shepard, Jennie. She was the most loving, intuitive animal companion I have ever had the honor to grace my life. May they all be remember and rest in peace.

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  142. I’m so sorry at your loss of dear George. I agree it is a comfort to them when we stay till the end. They’ve always been there for us. May Mary and Winnie continue to bring you love and smiles for a long time to come.

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  143. I'm so sorry for the loss of your dear little friend George. Our pets just don't live long enough. I'm thankful we, with our vets, are able to ease their way in the end.

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  144. Poor little George. So sorry to hear this news, John. I hope you find something nice and Scotty-like to plant for him, like you did for William.

    That's such a fantastic photo of the gang with the Good Stick.

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  145. Oh damn you made me cry. What a good fellow.

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  146. So sorry to hear about George.
    Barb

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  147. There is no sorrow like this
    I am glad to see you are surrounded by Love here.

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  148. Oh John, so sad to read about George. They are self-contained little dogs, aren't they? Thrilled to read that you got the hospice job you wanted. I would be happy to learn you were going to help me on my final journey. Another furry soul waiting for you on the other side. Hugs, my firend.

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  149. So very sorry to hear about darling George, the bit where he Aroo'd gave me a huge lump in my throat.. poor sweet boy. RIP George. Virtual hugs to you John. Condolences to the Prof too.

    Jo in Auckland

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  150. What a sad day. Even though I know you've been anticipating one like this for some time. I'm so sorry for your loss.

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  151. Anonymous4:32 am

    So so sorry.
    Liz corte

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  152. My sincerest condolences John. It's an awful moment, and I know it'll take you ages to accept that he's no longer there. Put your favourite photo of him on the mantelpiece, and continue to talk to him. x

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  153. Condolences. It's always difficult, but it's part of the bargain.

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  154. I'm so sorry to hear about George's passing. I love the photo of the three dogs happily off on their adventure. Now they are together for more adventures! Hugs.

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  155. Anonymous5:49 am

    John I’m so sorry, Jo xx

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  156. And I am shedding tears, here across the ocean, for a wonderful little dog I've never met and a great man I've never met either. Luv to you John...I have no other words. Only tears.

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  157. Sending you virtual hugs from across the miles at this sad time. Lesley x

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  158. So sorry. They are part of our lives for such a short time. Remember the good times. He will remain in your heart always. God bless John. Xx

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  159. SO, SO sorry for your loss. What a wonderful life you have given them all (and continue to do). Can't stop the tears here in Cheshire. Sending you lots of love and wishing you many, many, many happy memories.

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  160. I echo the beautiful words of 1st man...tears here and much love John.

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  161. So so sorry John , Please look after yourself you have had so much to bear for such a long time , My heart goes out to you Love Joan XX

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  162. So sorry about George. Hugs!
    Peter

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  163. So sorry for your loss. Hugs to you and your furry family. Brighter days ARE around the corner!

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  164. Im so very,very sorry John for your loss.Sat here with tears coming down my face It is horrible when this happens.Love to you all and remember he will always live on in your heart,xxx

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  165. I am so sorry John.

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  166. Oh, I'm so sorry to hear about George. That's a terrific picture.

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  167. There is nothing so constant as change, some good, some s..t

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  168. Your words say it all about your relationship with George and he will be missed so much. Take care, hugs xx

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  169. He was a special boy and you taught me a lot about Scottie behaviour when you spoke of sweet George. So sorry he's gone but glad you were with him until the end - and I'm sure he was also. May he run free in another lovely place along with his old friends from your village home.

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  170. Oh John, I am so sorry to hear of George's death. Please know we are all grieving with you. I pray you get through this very difficult time. You need some good news. Hugs

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  171. Heartbreaking losing a dear pet. So sorry.x Carol

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  172. I am so very sorry. I wish you peace and comfort at this very sad time.

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  173. Sweet George, sleep softly.

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  174. Oh the sadness that comes with the loss of a pet, but with the sadness there is also happiness knowing you loved them well and they knew it. So sorry.
    Fly high George, fly high.

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  175. Farewell, George. x

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  176. You have given him the most loving, best send-off possible. Bless your tender heart.

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  177. …Grieve not,
    nor speak of me with tears,
    But laugh and talk of me
    as if I were beside you
    I loved you so...
    'twas Heaven here with you.

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  178. شركة تنظيف منازل بالجبيل افضل شركة خدمات منزلية بالجبيل نظافة شاملة مع التعقيم والتلميع وابادة الحشرات شركة تنظيف بالجبيل شركة المثالية هي افضل شركة نظافة بالجبيل والمنطقة الشرقية تقدم لعملائها افضل جودة وارخص الاسعار بالاضافة الي تقديم الخدمات من خلال عمالة مدربة وذات خبرة كبيرة بمجالات التنظيف ومكافحة الحشرات , فلا تتردد في الاتصال بشركة تنظيف بالجبيل للحصول علي كل ما هو مميز ولضمان الحصول علي منزل امن نظيف راقي خالي من المواد الضارة والميكروبات

    شركة تنظيف منازل بالجبيل
    شركة تنظيف بالجبيل

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  179. I am so sorry. Please accept my deepest condolences♥

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  180. So very sorry.

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  181. Please add my condolences and sympathy for your loss.

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  182. A much loved boy to the end of his sweet life- who could wish for more x

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  183. I am so sorry for your loss. They leave such a big hole. I hope Winnie and Mary give you many cuddles. Maybe he knew that you had turned a corner so knew it was his time to go? Or maybe I am talking utter rubbish!!!!! Sending a huge hug. xxxx

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  184. So sorry John. Letting a pet go is the hardest decision to make. But you know they won’t get better, they will only have more pain. So you make it as easy as possible. But it’s so difficult. Love to you and your pets.

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  185. Oh John, I’m so sorry George is gone, but I’m also so grateful for your courage to truly do the best for him and in such a loving way.

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  186. Thinking of you and wishing an end to all the heartache you've endured in recent months x

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  187. I will add my good thoughts to everyone else's regarding George. Sometimes the quietest take up the most room in our hearts. He will be missed. I also send congratulations on your new position. That is wonderful, wonderful news; you will be such an asset in a place like that.

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  188. Many xxx to you, John.

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