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GoodBye Our Beloved....

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a sad first thread to post here, but trying to keep it together

been nearly 2 weeks since our Yorkie, Tinkie, hasn't been eating

going on 15yrs, it was told that the old age does tend to not let them want to eat too much, but this was unexpected

started getting weak in her legs so got some stuff from vet like a tonic and some anti-biotics for incase

today sadness struck, even though to us she has been getting more 'aware' after the stuff from vet, she still didn't start eating

took her to vet to see if she will need a drip, but....

according to vet she has been suffering for a while (according to xrays her heart was f'd) :cry:

they could give stuff to prolong her life, but it would have been cruel to make her suffer more with no promise of getting better

had to be put out 😭

as cruel as this may sound, but I haven't felt this sad even when my grandfathers passed

so today we had a part of our hearts cut out and it will take a while to get fixed

sad to say, but no more pets from here on out

RIP TINKIE...
WE WILL FOREVER MISS YOU.
FOR THOSE TOUGH DAYS WHEN COMING HOME YOU SIT AND WAIT FOR US, JUST TO MAKE SURE WE ARE OK.
FOR THOSE SNEAKY FARTS (thanx @Presler) THAT ONLY REALLY BOTHERED US WHEN IT WAS RIGHT IN OUR FACES.
FOR MAKING US FEEL SOMETHING WHEN THE WHOLE WORLD GOES TO CRAP.
THE JOYFUL, THE ANNOYING, THE SAD.

WE WILL KEEP YOU IN OUR HEARTS FOREVER.

 

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We live in a world that we we're not raised for. We have to adapt ourselves, our SO's, our children, how we live, eat, even how we breathe. Inevitably, this will change more and more I guess.

We need a constant, something that when all goes for a ball of shit, that one thing that remains our hook to sanity. And that my dear friend, is our doggos. They don't care about the world out there, you are their world.

2012 I went down a similar route with our 19yo Maltese/Foxie. Doggo had a heart of gold, lived 19 years and 7 days, most loved white ball of fur I can ever remember. And now, our two yorkies have taken the same stance in our house. Both will nearly die when you get home, 2 hours or 8 makes no difference, their tails wag so hard their asses can't keep up. The polony shaped one literally smiles at you, the little one will leak oil almost every single time from happiness, so much so that I always let him out the door first before greeting so he don't wizz on the house floor.

How can one live without such undivided love? I cannot think about that inevitable day, so I feel for you brother. Remember all the good times, and cry. Don't hold back. Cry unashamedly because you've lost a part of your life, in essence, you've lost a child.
 
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