Sadly today is about the most horrible day in my life.....earlier today i had to take my cat to the vet and......let's just say she didn't come home.She's lived for a good 17 years,but it seems today like it was merely an instant.But it goes to show you that life is full of fun,but no matter how much fun it is it comes to an end someday.It shows that life can leave you at any moment,and that you should live it while you can,and live strong.It's very painful to lose such a close friend.....but i feel happy for her.I am christian,and i of course blieve in heaven,and i believe that one day i'll hopefully see her there again,in the prime of her life.
I only wished she hadn't gone through so much pain in these past few days,but i'm happy that she can now rest.I know this is a simple little thread,and it may be the wrong place for something this serious,but i know there are a lot of good people on here,and i know you can all understand.I just felt like sharing it with those who know me on here,because i just......i feel i can trust you guys with knowing this.
Thank you for reading everyone,and i'll miss my cat until the day i die and i can see her again.
7th December 2003
I know how you feel, my dogs also didn't survive their last visit to the vet.
L-L-Look at you, ha-cker
9th October 2005
Cats die, it's what they do. Slam on the console of your choice, it'll help you forget the pain. It worked for me when Twiga and Sparky died.
For the Emperor! Knights of Caliban!
16th March 2004
I feel for ya man
[color=#000000][size=2][b][i]Heralds of the coming doom, Like the cry of the Raven, we are drawn, This oath of war and vengeance, On a blade of exalted iron sworn, With blood anointed swords
I'm too cool to Post
17th July 2003
A while back I had to take my two dogs of 14 and 15 years old to vet and have them put to sleep while I held them and scratched their ears.
It was hard at the time but I also knew it was best for them.
Daisy May Ruth was a Lhasa Apso who used to love to chase tennis balls. She had a stroke and couldnt eat any longer due to a tumor in her stomach.
Then Buddy, my German Shepard who was 14 years old was going blind and deaf and finally started having heart problems.
Yep......death happens.It's just so hard to let go sometimes......but even though it's hard,if you really care for your pet you'll know when it's time for the shot and let them have their well deserved rest,even if it'll be hard going without them.
Addicted to GF
2nd December 2005
Wow, Well this past 4th of July My dog (Royal0 a chochate la got hit by a drunk driver. As of right now he just got out of surguery, He had a broken Pelvis, and internal bleeding. From what i just heard he'llbe alright in about month or two, but it gave me a big scare, i mean I'm 17 and my dog is 9 so i've had him since i was 8, and that's a big blow for a old dog like that to take. So i'm just thankful I can write a post saying my dog will be alright.
Sorry for the others who wernt so fortunate.
Here & There
4th June 2004
I used to have a cat named Magic. She showed up on my parents' dorrstep as a little kitten before I was born, so I had known her all my life. She died when she was at least 19 years old. I was 14. I cried alot that week. You'd think that its just a pet, but that really made me sad. A year and a half later, we got another kitten. Her name is Smokey. She, too, is a very special cat. Writing it down is a good way to feel better about it. Sorry for your loss.
It's ok.But when pet really learns and almost knows how to communicate with you (not with words,but with their actions) and show you love,you start to feel for it as a member of a family,sometimes even as much as a son,daughter,brother,or sister.And when that animal goes,it's almost as painful as if you had lost your own child.
Addicted to GF
2nd December 2005
Cloud rulez!It's ok.But when pet really learns and almost knows how to communicate with you (not with words,but with their actions) and show you love,you start to feel for it as a member of a family,sometimes even as much as a son,daughter,brother,or sister.And when that animal goes,it's almost as painful as if you had lost your own child.
I was thinking about that on my to drop my dog off at surguery. It didnt take me long to cry after seeing, my dog, who is like my brother sit in the passenger seat in pain. It was one of the worst feelings in my life.
Also makes me want to shoot the drunk bastard who did it.