If you search around this blog you might find several mentions of our friend Edgar. I only met him recently as I’m still a newcomer around here. But no matter how long I knew him, I knew he was a kind and loving Scottie.
He passed. Passed over the rainbow bridge to a place with no cancer, no pain and no sadness.
We’re the ones left with sadness. I’ll miss you Edgar. My Peepstress says you were special.
And I believe her.
About The Scottie Chronicles
Winston welcomes you to The Scottie Chronicles - a blog that began in 2009 as a voice for Stuart, a more than memorable black, brindle and white Scottish Terrier who captured hearts around the world. Stuart passed suddenly in December 2015 from cardiac hemangiosarcoma, a nasty cancer that took him far too early. If you love Scotties, please follow along. Arroooo!
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Edgar has been missing for a while Sugar Billy (Sweet William the Scot) informed me about Edgar and we’re bot sad. That makes three of us with you added.
We have known Edgar…or about Edgar…. for several years. Such a sad time for his peeps. You are so right that it’s the ones left behind who are sad.
Edgar passed in the night on his bed next to his beloved Katie where he always slept. Katie was so worried about how to know when it was time but in the end Edgar made the decision so she did not have to. His family is missing him terribly. We will miss Edgar so very much.
Lee & Wills
We only knew of Edgar through this blog. Our hearts are sad for his family. He is now free and running with all of our departed. Rest easy, Edgar.
I didn’t know Edgar, but this news is still just as sad as if I did. Rest In peace, sweet Edgar.
Rest in Peace Edgar.
Oh. Oh, oh…how kind of you. I just decided to pop over, I’ve found that checking in on old friends’ blogs eases my sadness and today…well…what an unexpected kindness. I’m finding myself so impatient with grief, I want to stop feeling sad, but to stop feeling sad I’d have to stop thinking of Edgar and I don’t want to do that. Can’t do that. Thank you so much for thinking of us.
You’re always in our thoughts. Take your time to grieve. We’re with you.